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• Bernhard H. Bayerlein, Kasper Braskén, and Uwe Sonnenberg (eds.): Globale Räume für radikale transnationale Solidarität. Beiträge zum Ersten Internationalen Willi-Münzenberg-Kongress 2015 in Berlin / Global Spaces for Radical Transnational Solidarity. Contributions to the First International Willi Münzenberg Congress 2015 in Berlin, Berlin, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Münzenbergforum Berlin, 2018. 583 pp. – ISBN 978-3-00-059381-9.
• Michael Taber and John Riddell (eds.): The Communist Movement at a Crossroads. Plenums of the Communist International’s Executive Committee, 1922–1923, Leiden e.a., Brill, 2018. XII, 796 pp. (Historical Materialism Book Series. 160). – ISBN 978-90-04-36678-7. [Paperback edition: Chicago, Haymarket Books, 2019. – ISBN 978-1-6425-9012-8].
• John Sexton (ed.): Alliance of Adversaries: The Congress of the Toilers of the Far East. Leiden e.a.: Brill, 2019. XIV, 369 pp. (Historical Materialism Book Series. 173). – ISBN 978-90-04-28066-3.
• Kasper Braskén, Nigel Copsey, and Johan A. Lundin (eds.): Anti-Fascism in the Nordic Countries: New Perspectives, Comparisons and Transnational Connections. London: Routledge, 2019. 290 pp. (Routledge Studies in Fascism and the Far Right). – ISBN 978-1-1380-4694-8.
• David Brandenberger and Mikhail V. Zelenov (eds.): Stalin’s Master Narrative. A Critical Edition of the History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks): Short Course, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2019. 744 pp. (Annals of Communism). – ISBN 978-0-300-15536-5.
• Frank Wolff: Die Mauergesellschaft. Kalter Krieg, Menschenrechte und die deutsch-deutsche Migration 1961–1989 [Society Shaped by the Wall. Cold War, Human Rights, and East-West-German Migration, 1961–1989], Berlin, Suhrkamp, 2019. 1026 pp. – ISBN 978-3-518-29897-8.
• Brendan McGeever: Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2019. 258 pp. – ISBN 978-1-107-19599-8.
• Jonathan Waterlow: It’s Only a Joke, Comrade! Humour, Trust and Everyday Life Under Stalin, Oxford, CreateSpace, 2018. XXI, 285 pp. – ISBN 978-1-985635-82-1.
• Christian Koller and Matthias Marschik (eds.): Die ungarische Räterepublik 1919. Innenansichten – Außenperspektiven – Folgewirkungen [The Hungarian Soviet Republic of 1919. Insights – Outside Perspectives – Effects], Wien, Promedia, 2018. 280 pp. – ISBN 978-3-85371-446-1.
• Lucas Federer, Gleb J. Albert, and Monika Dommann (eds.): Archive des Aktivismus. Schweizer Trotzkist*innen im Kalten Krieg [Archives of Activism. Swiss Trotskyists in the Cold War Era], Zürich, intercom Verlag, 2018. (Æther. 2). – ISBN 978-3-9524954-1-4.
• Werner Röhr: Der gelbe Nebel. Drei Studien zur jüngeren marxistischen Stalinismus-Kritik [The Green Fog. Three Essays on Recent Marxist Critique of Stalinism], Berlin, Verlag am Park, 2018. 228 pp. – ISBN 978-3-947094-35-6.
• Manfred Mugrauer (ed.): Partei in Bewegung. 100 Jahre KPÖ in Bildern [A Party in Motion. A Centenary of the Communist Party of Austria in Pictures], Wien, Globus-Verlag, 2018. 448 pp. – ISBN 978-3-9504548-2-6.
• Jörn Schütrumpf (ed.): ‘Spartakusaufstand’. Der unterschlagene Bericht des Untersuchungsausschusses der verfassunggebenden Preußischen Landes- versammlung über die Januar-Unruhen 1919 in Berlin [‘Spartacus Uprising’. The Concealed Report by the Fact-Finding Committee of the Prussian Constitutional Assembly About the January Riots of 1919 in Berlin], Berlin, Dietz, 2018. 639 pp. – ISBN 978-3-320-02357-7.
• Matilde Eiroa San Francisco: Españoles tras el Telón de Acero. El exilio republicano y comunista en la Europa socialista [Spaniards Behind the Iron Curtain. The Republican and Communist Exile in Socialist Europe], Madrid, Marcial Pons Historia, 2018. 255 pp. – ISBN 978-84-16662-28-9.
• Rosa Luxemburg: Gesammelte Werke [Collected Works]. VII: 1907 bis 1918. 2 vols. Edited by Annelies Laschitza and Eckhard Müller, Berlin, Karl Dietz Verlag, 2017. 1233 pp. – ISBN 978-3-320-02332-4.
• James D. White: Red Hamlet. The Life and Ideas of Alexander Bogdanov, Leiden e.a., Brill, 2018. XIV, 494 pp. (Historical Materialism Book Series. 172). – ISBN 978-90-04-26891-3. [Paperback edition: Chicago, Haymarket Books, 2019. – ISBN 978-1-6425-9048-7].
• Avgust Lešnik: Rdeča mavrica. Delavska socialistična gibanja na razpotjih 1848–1918–1948. Historično-sociološki traktati [Red Rainbow: The Labour Socialist Movements at the Crossroads, 1848–1918–1948. Historical-Sociological Treatises], Ljubljana, Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete, 2018. 544 pp. – ISBN 978-961-06-0119-7.
• Barbara C. Allen (ed.): Leaflets of the Russian Revolution. Socialist Organizing in 1917, Chicago, Haymarket Books, 2018. 168 pp. – ISBN 978-1-6084-6970-3.
• Lara Douds: Inside Lenin’s Government. Ideology, Power and Practice in the Early Soviet State, London, Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. 240 pp. – ISBN 978-1-4742-8670-1.
• Florian Wilde: Revolution als Realpolitik. Ernst Meyer (1887–1930). Biographie eines KPD-Vorsitzenden, Konstanz, UVK Verlagsgesellschaft, 2018. 452 pp. – ISBN 978-3-86764-773-1.

Published
2020-02-26
Section
New Publications – Reports, Presentations and Reviews