Europe in the Brave New World: Das transform! Jahrbuch 2020

Das diesjährige transform! Jahrbuch wird im April 2020 veröffentlicht.

Das Jahrbuch 2020 von transform! europe nimmt die Zukunft Europas in einer zunehmend multipolaren Welt unter die Lupe. Welche Auswirkungen hat die globale Hegemoniekrise? Was steht für die Demokratie und die Arbeitswelt auf dem Spiel und welche Möglichkeiten ergeben sich für politische und soziale Akteur_innen im Zeitalter des digitalen Kapitalismus? Können die Kunst und die Geschichte noch immer Antworten geben?

Um einen Wandel dieser „brave new world" zu erreichen, müssen wir nachhaltig für die Hegemonie linker, emanzipatorischer Ideen kämpfen, was ohne eine konkrete Analyse der aktuellen Situation unmöglich ist. Zu diesem Ziel möchte transform! europe im Jahr 2020 beitragen.

Bestellinformation

Europe in the Brave New World. transform! 2020
Edited by Walter Baier, Eric Canepa and Haris Golemis
Merlin Press Ltd.
www.merlinpress.co.uk
ISBN 978-0-85036-760-7
Paperback
to be published: April 2020
Price: £ 20.00

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface, Walter Baier, Eric Canepa, Haris Golemis


The Crisis of Global Hegemony: Europe in the Brave Multipolar World
David Harvey: The Political Economy of the Struggle for World Hegemony – A Clash of Imperialisms?
Interviewed by Haris Golemis
Walter Baier: Shadows in the Dusk of Neoliberalism
Göran Therborn: Challenges for the Left – A Door of Opportunity
Eric Canepa, Abstract Historical Memory and Neoliberalism
Carlo Spagnolo: Europe’s Divided Memories After 1945: Notes on the Crisis of European Integration
and Memory
Erhard Crome: European Security at Risk
Joachim Bischoff: The Downturn of the Global Economic Cycle
Dagmar Švendová: European Union Space Policy
Ulrich Brand, Kristina Dietz, and Miriam Lang: End of the ‘Progressive Cycle’ and Protests against the
Rightward Turn – New Challenges for Emancipatory Forces in Latin America

Democracy and Labour: Political and Social Subjects in the Era of Digital Capitalism
Julia Rone: Democracy in the Era of Social Media: Why the deus ex machina will Not Work This Time
Jörn Boewe and Johannes Schulten: Who Defines the Principles of 21st-century Digital Capitalism? The
Case of Amazon
Ilaria Lani: Organising Digital Platform Workers in Italy
Philipp Lorig: Crowdwork in Handiwork Services – Traditionalisation Within Innovation
Sarah Bormann: Crowdworking from a Trade-Union Perspective
Yifat Solel: ‘It’s the Democracy, Stupid!’ – Fake News, Sharing Economy, and the Cooperative Alternative
  Appendix: A Case Study of Cooperative Initiatives – Israeli Cooperatives after the 2011 Protest     Experience

Aspects of the Modern Witch-Hunt: Gender and the Anti-capitalist Movement
Silvia Federici: Anti-capitalist Feminism. Interviewed by Eirini Avramopoulou
Agnieszka Mrozik, Valeriya Utkina, Nora García, Catia Gregoratti, Selin Çağatay: Feminist Activists
Roundtable — coordinated by Heidemarie Ambrosch and Barbara Steiner

Art, Resistance, Utopia
Kimon Markatos: The Brave Old World: Utopia, Dystopia, Science Fiction, and the Project of the Left
Stefan Amzoll: ‘I’m Singing Now!’ – Nineteen Sequences to Describe Hanns Eisler

Country Reports
Yiannos Katsourides: Governing on the Left: a Sisyphean Task
Yann Le Lann: The Outer Bypass: What the Relation of the Yellow Vests to the Trade Unions Says About
Collective Bargaining
Piotr Ikonowicz: Challenges for the Polish Left

Anniversaries and In Memoriam
Loudovicos Kotsonopoulos: State, Socialism and Utopia – On Erik Olin Wright’s Emancipatory Social
Science
Werner Michael Schwarz, Georg Spitaler, and Elke Wikidal: Red Vienna, 1919-2019
Wladislaw Hedeler: The World Party from Moscow – New Research on the Founding of the Comintern
Veronika Sušová-Salminen: Revolution or Restoration? 1989: The End of the Revolutionary Cycle and
the Rise of Neoliberalism in Central and Eastern Europe

The Marxist-Christian Dialogue
José Manuel Pureza: From Anathema to the Search for Convergence – The Dialogue Between Christians
and Marxists in Our Time