Bounds, Philip; Berry, David; eds. British Marxism and Cultural Studies: Essays on a Living Tradition. London; New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
Notes on Contributors
Introduction: Notes on a Living Tradition, (Philip Bounds)
1. Science, Art and Dissent: Jack Lindsay and the Communist Theory of Culture, (Philip Bounds)
2. The New Left and the Emergence of Cultural Studies, (Alan OConnor)
3. Dialectics and the Fate of the Creative Individual: C.L.R. James, (David Berry)
4. From Folk to Jazz: Eric Hobsbawm, British Communism and Cultural Studies, (Philip Bounds)
5. The Gramscian Turn in British Cultural Studies: From the Birmingham School to Cultural Populism, (Steven Jones)
6. Blind Spots: Re-reading Althusser and Lacan in Cultural Studies, (Jason Barker)
7. Profit and Power: British Marxists on the Political Economy of the Media, (Enda Brophy and Vincent Mosco)
8. Them and Us in Contemporary Cultural Studies: Julian Stallabrass, Mike Wayne, Ben Watson, (David Renton)
Caesar, Adrian. Dividing Lines: Poetry, Class, and Ideology in the 1930s. Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991.
Clark, John et al, eds. Culture and Crisis in Britain in the Thirties. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1979.
|James Klugmann||Introduction: The Crisis in the Thirties: A View from the Left||13|
|Iain Wright||F. R. Leavis, the Scrutiny Movement and the Crisis||37|
|David Margolies||Left Review and Left Literary Theory||67|
|Arnold Kettle||W. H. Auden: Poetry and Politics in the Thirties||83|
|Margot Heinemann||Louis MacNeice, John Cornford and Clive Branson: Three Left-Wing Poets||103|
|Peter Widdowson||Between the Acts? English Fiction in the Thirties||133|
|Carole Snee||Working-Class Literature or Proletarian Writing?||165|
|Betty Reid||The Left Book Club in the Thirties||193|
|André van Gyseghem||British Theatre in the Thirties: An Autobiographical Record||209|
|Jon Clark||Agitprop and Unity Theatre: Socialist Theatre in the Thirties||219|
|Ralph Bond||Cinema in the Thirties: Documentary Film and the Labour Movement||241|
|Bert Hogenkamp||‘Making Films with a Purpose’: Film-making and the Working Class||257|
|Notes on Contributors||271|
|Name and title index||273|
Croft, Andy, ed. A Weapon in the Struggle: The Cultural History of the Communist Party in Britain. London; Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, 1998.
1. James Barke: A Great-hearted Writer, a Hater of Oppression, a True Scot / H. Gustav Klaus
2. To Disable the Enemy: the Graphic Art of the Three Jameses / Robert Radford
3. Heirs to the Pageant: Mass Spectacle and the Popular Front / Mick Wallis
4. Notes From the Left: Communism and British Classical Music / Richard Hanlon and Mike Waite
5. Sylvia Townsend Warner in the 1930s / Maroula Joannou
6. An Intellectual Irrelevance? Marxist Literary Criticism in the 1930s / Hanna Behrend
7. King Street Blues: Jazz and the Left in Britain in the 1930s-1940s / Kevin Morgan
8. The Boys Round the Corner: the Story of Fore Publications / Andy Croft
9. The Edinburgh Peoples Festival, 1951-54 / Hamish Henderson
10. The Worlds Ill-Divided: the Communist Party and Progressive Song / Gerald Porter
11. The Sunshine of Socialism: the CPGB and Film in the 1950s / Bert Hogenkamp
Afterword / Paul Hogarth
Dworkin, Dennis. Cultural Marxism in Postwar Britain: History, the New Left, and the Origins of Cultural Studies. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1997.
Kaye, Harvey J. The British Marxist Historians: An Introductory Analysis. New York: Polity Press, 1984.
Macintyre, Stuart. A Proletarian Science: Marxism in Britain 1917-1933. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980.
Pierson, Stanley. Marxism and the Origins of British Socialism: The Struggle for a New Consciousness. Ithaca; London: Cornell University Press, 1973.
Rée, Jonathan. Proletarian Philosophers: Problems in Socialist Culture in Britain, 1900-1940. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984.
Roberts, Edwin A. The Anglo-Marxists: A Study in Ideology and Culture. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1997.
Note Postscript: Christopher Caudwell, Ghost of Marxisms Future, pp. 95-96, 101-102.
Rose, Jonathan. The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2001, 2003.
Sheehan, Helena. Marxism and the Philosophy of Science: A Critical History. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1985.
Introduction to 2nd edition (1993). pdf
New ed., with a new afterword by the author: London: Verso, 2018. (Radical Thinkers)
Thompson, Willie, ed. Historiography and the British Marxist Historians. London; East Haven, CT: Pluto Press, 1995.
Werskey, Gary. The Visible College: The Collective Biography of British Scientific Socialists of the 1930’s. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1979.
Osborne, Peter. On the Jackson Trail [Review of Proletarian Philosophers: Problems in Socialist Culture in Britain, 1900-1940 by Jonathan Ree], Radical Philosophy, no. 44, Autumn 1986, pp. 30-32.
Rée, Jonathan. Proletarian Philosophy: A Version of Pastoral?, Radical Philosophy, no. 44, Autumn 1986, pp. 3-7.
Casey, Fred. Method in Thinking: A Series of Popular Lectures. Manchester: South-East Lancashire Labour College, 1933.
Casey, Fred. Thinking: An Introduction to Its History and Science. London: The Labour Publishing Company Ltd., 1922.
Jackson, T. A. (Thomas Alfred). Dialectics: The Logic of Marxism. London, Lawrence and Wishart Ltd., 1936. Contents. Prologue.
See also Werskey.
Brown, Andrew. J. D. Bernal: The Sage of Science. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.
Clark, Ronald. J. B. S.: The Life and Work of J. B. S. Haldane. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1968.
Goldsmith, Maurice. Joseph Needham: 20th-century Renaissance Man. Paris: UNESCO, 1995.
Goldsmith, Maurice. Sage: A Life of J. D. Bernal. London: Hutchinson, 1980.
Guest, David. David Guest, a Scientist Fights for Freedom (1911-1938): A Memoir, edited by Carmel Haden Guest. London: Lawrence & Wishart Ltd., 1939.
Hogben, Lancelot. Lancelot Hogben, Scientific Humanist: An Unauthorised Autobiography, edited by Adrian and Anne Hogben. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Merlin Press, 1998.
Swann, Brenda; Aprahamian, Francis; eds. J. D. Bernal: A Life in Science and Politics. London: Verso, 1999.
Winchester, Simon. The Man Who Loved China: The Fantastic Story of the Eccentric Scientist Who Unlocked the Mysteries of the Middle Kingdom. New York: Harper, 2008.
Filner, Robert E. Science and Marxism in England, 1930-1945, Science and Nature, no. 3, 1980, pp. 60-69.
Newman, Michael. John Strachey. Manchester, UK; New York: Manchester University Press; New York: Distributed by St. Martins Press, 1989.
Thomas, Hugh. John Strachey. London: Eyre Methuen; New York: Harper & Row, 1973.
Thompson, Noel. John Strachey: An Intellectual Biography. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1993.
Cornforth, Maurice, ed. Rebels and Their Causes: Essays in Honour of A. L. Morton. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1978.
Cornforth, Maurice. A. L. Morton—Portrait of a Marxist Historian, pp. 7-19.
Lindsay, Jack. Ebenezer Jones, 1820-1860 — An English Symbolist, pp. 151-175.
Kettle, Arnold. Bernard Shaw and the New Spirit, pp. 209-220.
Lewis, John. Marxism and Modern Idealism. New York: International Publishers, 1945.
Lewis, John. Marxism and the Irrationalists. London: Lawrence & Wishart Ltd., 1955.
I Idealism and Materialism, What are they? 1 II Why Berkeley was wrong 10 III The Refutation of Mechanistic Materialism 28 IV What is Matter? 40 V The Rational Order of Nature 46 VI The Roots of Sanity 53 VII The Nature of the Supernatural 61 VIII Witchcraft and the Professors 72 IX The Death and Resurrection of Idealism 84 X Science and the System of Nature 98 XI Fact or Fiction 110 XII Marxism and the Changing World 124 XIII Man and Nature 132
Lewis, John. Marxism and the Open Mind. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 1957.
Strachey, John. Literature and Dialectical Materialism. New York: Covici, Friede, 1934.
Thomson, George. The First Philosophers: Studies in Ancient Greek Society. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1972. (First published 1955, 2nd ed. 1961, reprinted with corrections, 1972.)
Why E.P. Thompson is My Hero (E.P. Thompsons Universe of Knowledge) by R. Dumain
E.P. Thompson on William Blake & Intellectual Traditions
Raymond Williams on Henrik Ibsens The Wild Duck (1952)
The bourgeois living room drama: from Naturalism to Expressionism (1988) by Raymond Williams
Ideology by Raymond Williams
Christopher Caudwell: Selected Bibliography
A Checklist of Jack Lindsays Books by John Arnold, with additions by R. Dumain
Intellectual Life in Society, Conventional and Unconventional: A Bibliography in Progress
Marx and Marxism Web Guide
Second International Marxism, German Social Democracy, Austro-Marxism: Selected Secondary Bibliography
Philosophy and the Division of Labor: Selected Bibliography
Salvaging Soviet Philosophy (1)
Wittgenstein, Marxism, Sociology, Politics: An Annotated Bibliography
Communist Party Historians Group
CPGB Bibliography (Communist Party of Great Britain) by Dave Cope (2008)
Our History Digital Archive (Socialist History Society). Some articles:
Tom Mann 1890-92 by Dona Torr & E. P. Thompson (#26/27)
Shakespeare's Idea of History by A. L. Morton (#33)
Leveller Democracy- Fact or Myth? by A. L. Morton (#51)
T. A. Jackson - Revolutionary and Working Class Intellectual: Centenary Appreciation 1879-1979 by Vivien Morton & Stuart Macintyre (#73)
Graham Stevenson - Books, pamphlets, articles and speeches
The Unz Review: An Alternative Media Selection
Marxism Today, October 1957 to November 1998
The Anglo-Soviet Journal, January 1940 to May 1974
Prof Kevin Morgan
The same mould or different moulds? Reflections on a prosopography of the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) by K. Morgan, Bruno Groppo, Berthold Unfried; Editors
Communism and an International Language by Mark Starr
Note: This bibliography so far focuses on those figures associated at some point with the Communist Party of Great Britain. The proletarian autodidactic tradition prior to the emergence and dominance of the CPGB is included. The Australian Jack Lindsay is included, as he migrated to Britain and was a party member. British Trotskyists and others outside of the CPGB orbit, as well as others from the Commonwealth who lived in Britain, such as C.L.R. James (who was associated with the Trotskyist movement in the 1930s and 1940s), are not included.
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