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David Camfield

is an Associate Professor of Labour Studies and Sociology at the University of Manitoba. He is the author of Canadian Labour in Crisis: Reinventing the Workers’ Movement (Fernwood, 2011) and is currently writing an introduction to anti-racist queer feminist historical materialism, about which he recently published an article in Critical Sociology. [David.Camfield@umanitoba.ca]

Paul Cammack

is an honorary professorial research fellow at the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester. He is the author of Capitalism and Development in the Third World (Cassell/University of Leicester, 1997), and is currently completing a sequel, The Politics of Global Competitiveness. He reviews a book a month at What’s Worth Reading (http://whatsworthreading.weebly.com). [pcammack01@gmail.com]

Jackqueline Frost

is a PhD candidate in Romance Studies (French) at Cornell University and a visiting researcher in Philosophy at Université Paris 8. She is currently completing her dissertation, ‘The Past of Future Life: Anti-colonialism, Antifascism and the Poetics of Historical Time’, which explores how militant writers such as Aimé Césaire, René Depestre, Michel Leiris, René Char and Frantz Fanon produced new political philosophies of time through literary-theoretical interventions in the era of fascist aggression and national liberation. Jackqueline has published on the tricontinentalism of francophone and anglophone intellectuals present at the Havana Cultural Congress of 1968, and the conjugation of sexual politics and anticolonialism in the work of Jean Genet and Daniel Guérin. [jnf49@cornell.edu]

Jorge E. Lefevre Tavárez

is professor at the Universidad de Puerto Rico in Arecibo and Río Piedras. He is a frequent collaborator of En Rojo, the cultural supplement of the weekly revue Claridad, and founding editor of the magazine The Puerto Rico Review. His main academic interests include nineteenth-century Caribbean literature, in particular that of the Spanish-speaking Antilles, and the works of Eugenio María de Hostos. He is a member of the political organisation Democracia Socialista. [jorge.lefevre@upr.edu]

Alexander V. Reznik

is Associate Professor in the Department of History at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg campus, Russia, where he teaches Russian and Global history. He is the author of Trotsky and Comrades: Left Opposition and Political Culture in the Russian Communist Party (in Russian, 2017) and editor of an anthology titled L.D. Trotsky: pro et contra (in Russian, 2018). Reznik’s current research project is devoted to the political culture of the Russian Civil War in general and the political cult of Lev Trotskii in particular. [areznik@hse.ru]

Kohei Saito

is Associate Professor of Political Economy in the Graduate School of Economics at Osaka City University. His book, which is entitled Karl Marx’s Ecosocialism (Monthly Review Press, 2017), won the Deutscher Memorial Prize in 2018. [koheisaito@gmail.com]

Matt Vidal

is Reader in Sociology and Political Economy in the Institute for International Management, Loughborough University London. His work has been published in Contexts, Critical Sociology, Human Relations, Industrial Relations, International Socialism, New Political Economy, Organization Studies, Research in the Sociology of Work, Socio-Economic Review, Sociology Compass, Socius, and Work, Employment & Society. He is author of Organizing Prosperity (with David Kusnet; EPI) and editor of The Oxford Handbook of Karl Marx (with Paul Prew, Tomás Rotta and Tony Smith) and Comparative Political Economy of Work (with Marco Hauptmeier; Palgrave). Matt currently has a research monograph under contract with Oxford University Press: Management Divided: Contradictions of Labor Management in American Capitalism. He is founder of Work in Progress (<https://workinprogress.oowsection.org/>) and the Marxist Sociology Blog (<https://marxistsociology.org/>), both public sociology blogs of the American Sociological Association. [m.vidal@lboro.ac.uk]

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