1–Capital and the History of Class Struggle , by Ingo Schmidt
2–Capital and the First International, by William Pelz
3–Capital and Soviet Communism , by Anej Korsika
4–Capital and The Labour Theory of Value, by Prabhat Patnaik
5–Capital and Gender, by Silvia Federici
6–Capital and its “Laws of Motion”, by Peter Gose and Justin Paulson
7–Capital and the Labour Process, by Paul Thompson and Chris Smith
8–Capital and Organized Labour, by Carlo Fanelli and Jeff Noonan
9–Capital and Ecology, by Hannah Holleman
10–Imagining Society Beyond Capital, by Peter Hudis
About the Authors
Carlo Fanelli is a visiting professor at the Department of Politics and Public Administration at Ryerson University.
Ingo Schmidt is academic coordinator of the Labour Studies Program at Athabasca University, Canada. His research focuses on international political economy and labour movements. His recent books include Rosa Luxemburg’s Accumulation of Capital (VSAVerlag, 2013) and The Three Worlds of Social Democracy (Pluto Press, 2015).