‘Catching History on the Wing: Race, Culture and Globalisation’ is part of Pluto’s 21st birthday series ‘Get Political’, which brings essential political writing by Marx, Lenin, Fanon et al to a new audience.
‘Catching History on the Wing: Race, Culture and Globalisation’ by the IRR’s director and editor of Race & Class contains three sections:
The personal and the political
- The liberation of the black intellectual
- The hokum of New Times
- La trahison des clercs
State racism and resistance
- Race, class and the state: the political economy of immigration
- From resistance to rebellion: Asian and Afro-Caribbean struggles in Britain
- RAT and the degradation of black struggle
- Race, terror and civil society
Globalisation and displacement
- Imperialism and disorganic development in the silicon age
- New circuits of imperialism
- A Black perspective on the Gulf war
- Poverty is the new black
Also includes a foreword by Colin Prescod and a bibliography of writings by A. Sivanandan.
Catching History on the Wing: Race, Culture and Globalisation, can be ordered at the link above.
Celebrating 50 years of the IRR: Catching History on the Wing