Notes on Contributors

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Omar Acha

holds a PhD in History from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris) and the University of Buenos Aires. He is a researcher at the National Council of Scientific Research (CONICET) and the Philosophical Research Center. He is a senior lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires. Among his latest books are La Argentina peronista. Una historia desde abajo, 1945–1955 (2019), La soledad de Marx. Estudios filosóficos sobre los Grundrisse (with Mariano N. Campos, Facundo N. Martín and Lucas M. Villasenin; 2019), Encrucijadas de psicoanálisis y marxismo. Ensayos sobre la abstracción social (2018) and Cambiar de ideas. Cuatro tentativas sobre Oscar Terán (2017). []

Fabio Bruschi

is a visiting lecturer at the Catholic University of Louvain. His research is concerned with Marxism and political philosophy, in particular Althusserianism and its contemporary heritages. His book Le matérialisme politique de Louis Althusser will be published in 2020 by Mimesis Editions. []

Carlos García Mac Gaw

is professor of Classical Ancient History at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP), Argentina. He is the director of the Centro de Estudios sobre las Sociedades Precapitalistas, attached to the Instituto de Investigaciones en Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales (IdIHCS-UNLP), director of the e-journal Sociedades Precapitalistas (<>), and co-director of the PEFSCEA (<>). He is the author of Le problème du baptême dans le schisme donatiste (Ausonius, 2008), and co-editor (with Marcelo Campagno and Julián Gallego) of Capital, deuda y desigualdad. Distribuciones de la riqueza en el Mediterráneo antiguo (Miño y Dávila, 2017), Regímenes políticos en el Mediterráneo antiguo (Miño y Dávila, 2016), Rapports de subordination personnelle et pouvoir politique dans le Méditerranée Antique et au-delà (Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2013) and El Estado en el Mediterráneo Antiguo: Egipto, Grecia, Roma (Miño y Dávila, 2011). []

Elena Louisa Lange

PhD, is senior research fellow and lecturer at the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, University of Zurich. Her research focuses on Marx’s Critique of Political Economy and its relevance for the critique of capitalism today. Aside from publications on value theory, fetishism, political economy, and digitalisation, she has co-edited two books on modern Japanese philosophy (Concepts of Philosophy in Asia and the Islamic World, Brill). Her monograph, Value without Fetish: Uno Kōzō’s Critique of ‘Pure Capitalism’ in Light of Marx’s Critique of Political Economy, will be published in the Historical Materialism Book Series in late 2020. []

Geoffrey McCormack

is a Research Fellow and Associate Professor of Political Economy at the Center for Canadian Studies at the Guangdong University for Foreign Studies. He is the co-author, with Thom Workman, of The Servant State: Overseeing Capital Accumulation in Canada (Fernwood, 2015). []

Filippo Menozzi

is lecturer in postcolonial and world literature at Liverpool John Moores University. His current research interests are in Critical Theory and world literature. He is the author of Postcolonial Custodianship: Cultural and Literary Inheritance (New York: Routledge, 2014) and guest-editor of a special issue of the journal New Formations on Rosa Luxemburg. His work has appeared in College Literature, Interventions, Wasafiri, ARIEL and the Journal of Postcolonial Writing. He is section editor of Postcolonial Text and Exchange Associate at Tate Liverpool. []

Jeffery R. Webber

is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics at York University, Toronto. He is author most recently of The Last Day of Oppression, and the First Day of the Same: The Politics and Economics of the New Latin American Left. He is working on a new book for Verso, The Latin American Crucible: Politics and Power in the New Era. []

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