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Updated: 2017-08-19T10:57:42.151-07:00

 



Vol 9, No 1 (2016) - Special Theme Issue: Alienation

2016-12-22T06:24:55.461-08:00

Vol 9, No 1 (2016) Special Theme Issue: Alienation Table of Contents Introduction Old Philosophical Themes: Marx, Value, and Alienation Scott Timcke PDF 5-7 Special Theme Articles Value and exploitation Geoff Mann PDF 8-14 Walter Benjamin, Franz Borkenau, and the (image)



Vol 8, No 2 (2016)

2016-07-15T20:13:18.568-07:00

Vol 8, No 2 (2016) Table of Contents Introduction Introduction: Navigating the Academic Workplace Charles R. Menzies PDF 5-6 Student Showcase Patching up False Dichotomies in the Birth Subculture Jessie K. Tougas PDF 7-21 Articles The Gnostic Tourist: Gambling, (image)



Vol 7, No 2 (2015)

2015-04-06T19:52:39.508-07:00

Table of Contents Introduction Navigating the way toward social justice Charles R. Menzies PDF 5-6 Special Theme Reflections and Comments Scholars and Activism: Can Progressive Scholarship Advance a Left Politics Steve Striffler (image)



Navigating the way toward social justice

2015-04-04T10:44:54.169-07:00

On the cover of the March 2015 issue of the journal New Proposals is a photo taken in the wheelhouse of a coastal British Columbia fishboat. It is dark out, the image is not in sharp focus, the man on the wheel is staring up at an electronic map display, and we can’t see forward through the vessel’s windows. For those familiar with navigational electronics you will know that the green display (image)



Old Philosophical Themes: Marx, Justice, and Alienation

2014-09-21T09:13:15.882-07:00

In spite of its clear and distinguished pedigree in European political philosophy and theology, the concept of alienation is now associated, almost exclusively, with Marxian critical theory and analysis. Yet, even within the orbit of Marxian thought the meaning and function of the concept of alienation has not always had a comfortable or stable position. Pointing to polysemic and intermittent (image)



New Issue Published: Vol 7, #1 (2014)

2014-09-21T09:05:52.389-07:00

Vol 7, No 1 (2014) Table of Contents Introduction IntroductionPDF Charles R. Menzies5 Feature Article The Left, Labour, and the Future of U.S. Radicalism: The Struggle for Immigrant RightsPDF Steve Striffler6-15 Special Theme Reflections and Comments The capitalist mode of conservation, neoliberalism and the ecology of valuePDF Noel Castree, George Henderson16-37 Comments and(image)



Volume 6 (1/2), 2013 - Now Published!

2014-02-11T11:36:01.239-08:00

Vol 6, No 1-2 (2013) Table of Contents Introduction Introduction PDF Charles R. Menzies 5 Comments and Arguments Fanon, The Arab Spring and the Myth of Liberation PDF Aisha Birani 6-14 Special Theme Articles Introducing Nature on the(image)



Call for Papers: Education and Political Struggles!

2012-06-29T16:19:05.060-07:00

In the face of the growing attack on working peoples we are issuing a special call for submissions on the theme of education and political struggle. From students in Quebec to teachers in British Columbia and across the globe education is a critical site of class struggle -pun intended;). We are looking for full length articles, short commentaries, photo essays - you name it we'll consider (image)



New Member of the Editorial Collective!

2012-06-09T17:18:16.612-07:00

We are pleased to announce that Steve Striffler, University of New Orleans, has joined our editorial collective.  Steve's work focuses upon the agro-industry, workers' issues, and Latin America.  Great to have you onboard Steve!(image)



Vol 5, No 2 (2012)

2012-05-14T19:02:43.527-07:00

Table of Contents Introduction Introduction: Reflections on the process of production PDF Charles R. Menzies 5-7 Articles AIDS Rumours, Vulnerability, and the Banana Wars—A View From Dominica PDF Deidre Rose 8-19 Market Socialism as a (image)



Vol 5, No 1 (2011)

2011-12-18T19:32:01.910-08:00

Capitalism and Indigenous Peoples Introduction New Liberation Movements PDF Charles R. Menzies 5 Special Theme Articles Introduction : Indigenous Peoples, Marxism and Late Capitalism PDF Scott Simon 6-9 Turning Land into Capital, Turning People into Labor: Primitive (image)



Vol 4, No 2 (2011)

2011-07-03T14:44:50.864-07:00

Table of Contents Introduction Introduction: Situating Neoliberalism, Colonial Land Appropriation, and Feminist Marxism PDF Sharon R. Roseman 5 Feature Article Gender, Production, and the ‘the Transition to Capitalism’: Assessing the Historical Basis for a Unitary Materialist Theory PDF(image)



New issue out!

2010-11-30T06:02:03.938-08:00

Vol 4, No 1 (2010) Table of Contents Introduction Retrospection and Hope in a Democratic Socialist Alternative PDF Charles R. Menzies 5-6 Feature Article Social Movements and Counter-Hegemony: Lessons from the Field PDF William K. Carroll, R. S. (image)



New Issue! Indigenous Nations and Marxism

2010-06-26T07:26:34.619-07:00

Vol 3, No 3 (2010) Table of Contents Introduction Indigenous Nations and Marxism: Notes on an Ambivalent Relationship. PDF Charles R. Menzies 5-6 Special Theme Articles Can the Sled Dog Sleep? Postcolonialism, Cultural Transformation and the Consumption of Inuit Culture PDF(image)



Call for Papers for a Special Theme Issue on Feminism and Marxism: Reassessments and Reports

2010-03-26T08:39:33.055-07:00

New Proposals calls for submissions for a special issue that will be dedicated to taking stock of intersections between feminism and marxism. A valuable series of publications on this debate appeared in the 1970s and 1980s.We are interested in full-length articles (normally 3,500 to 10,000 words) as well as shorter comments and arguments (up to 3,500 words) that reengage with these earlier (image)



NEW ISSUE! Universities, Corporatization and Resistance

2010-02-07T12:17:58.926-08:00

Vol 3, No 2 (2010) Table of Contents Introduction Introduction: New Perspectives on the Business University PDF Sharon Roseman 5-8 Comments and Arguments An analytical proposal for the understanding of the Higher Education European Space. A view from the University of Barcelona PDF(image)



Volume Three!!! On the newsstands now: October 2009

2009-09-30T17:29:57.444-07:00

Vol 3, No 1 (2009) Table of Contents Introduction Crisis: The One Certainty Under Capitalism PDF Charles R. Menzies 5-6 Articles 'Your Papers or Your Life': The Significance of Documents in the Life Experiences of African Refugees in Israel PDF Hadas (image)



Vol 2, No 2 (2009) Now Published!

2009-05-16T14:07:50.561-07:00

Practice What You Teach: Table of Contents Introduction Making the Case for Progressive Engagement Abstract PDF Charles R. Menzies 5 Introduction to Practice What You Teach: Activist Anthropology at the Sites of Cross-Talk and Cross-Fire Abstract PDF(image)



Our third issue is out! Volume 2(1), 2008

2008-11-19T23:35:42.806-08:00

Table of Contents Introduction Introduction Abstract PDF Charles R. Menzies 5-6 Comments and Arguments 'Cubanalismo': The Cuban Alternative to Neoliberalism Abstract PDF Carlo Fanelli 7-16 THE INVISIBLE BEHEMOTH: THE MORAL LEGACY OF THE COLD WAR Abstract PDF Dennis Alan Bartels 17-22 (image)



Call for Papers - Volume 3!

2008-05-19T20:37:01.502-07:00

The Editorial Collective invites submissions for Volume 3 of New Proposals. We encourage the submission of papers that take a politically engaged stance. We are interested in full length articles (3,000 to 5,000 words) as well as shorter commentaries (up to 2,500 words).Papers should be no more than 3,000 - 5,000 words. References and citations are to be kept to the minimum required to advance (image)



Issue Number Two Hits the Stands!

2008-03-02T19:55:16.456-08:00

Vol 1, No 2 (2008) Table of Contents Introduction New Hope Abstract PDF Charles Menzies 1 Comments and Arguments The Language of Forgetting and the Academic Abstract PDF Gary Tedman 2-4 Political Sociology and Anthropology in Education Abstract PDF Michael Joseph Francisconi 5-8 (image)



Call For Papers, Volume 2, Issue 2 (Fall 2008)

2008-04-11T06:39:44.114-07:00

Universities and Corporatization Submission Deadline: August 1, 2008What is the role of the university and the meaning of education at the beginning of the twenty first century? How are corporate money, influence and ideology shaping the face of the university? How do crushing debt loads constrain student choices and shape the kind of education they seek and receive?Over the past few decades, (image)



We're Up and Running!

2007-05-16T08:05:42.679-07:00

Vol 1, No 1 (2007)Table of Contents Introduction Renewing the Vision: Marxism and Anthropology in the 21st Century Abstract PDF Charles R. Menzies, A. Allen Marcus 1-5 Renouveler la Vision : Nouvelles Propositions pour le 21ème Siècle Abstract PDF Charles R. Menzies, A Marcus 6-11 Comments and Arguments Remaking Marxist Anthropology Abstract PDF Gerald M Sider (image)



New Proposals -What's with the Name?

2007-04-26T08:14:27.659-07:00

We join with fellow workers the world over in celebrating May 1st, the International Workers’ Day, with the launching of our inaugural issue of New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry. We do so in honour of all those who have passed before us clearing the way for progressive intellectuals, community activist, and, of course, proletarian militants and intellectuals of every(image)



Call for Papers

2007-04-09T09:11:45.117-07:00

Call for Papers for Volume 1, Issue 2. New Proposals is an online peer reviewed journal that seeks to create a space for activist, Marxist, and progressive scholars. This journal represents an attempt to explore issues, ideas, and problems that lie at the intersection between the academic disciplines of social science and the body of thought and political practice that has constituted Marxism (image)