January 6, 2022

Post Rosa: Letters Against Barbarism

Post Rosa: Letters Against Barbarism is a collection of letter exchanges in conversation with Rosa Luxemburg, in the year of her 150th anniversary. Twenty “Luxemburgians” from across the globe engage in vivid correspondence, with reference to and reflections about Luxemburg and the times we live in, as understood through their own bodies and geopolitical locations, and informed by an epistemology of both head and heart.

Conceived in the midst of a barbarous(ly handled) pandemic, this life-affirming book aims to be a source of affective-intellectual inspiration and encouragement to commit our words and lives to the struggle against barbarism and for socialism.

Reviews of Post Rosa:
“Rosa Luxemburg and the International of Letters,” Tribune Magazine
Marx & Philosophy Review of Books

“Post Rosa: Letters Against Barbarism – book review,” Counterfire

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Post Rosa: Letters Against Barbarism

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction: Tidalecting Left Loneliness – Luxemburg, Letter-Writing and Us. Hjalmar Jorge Joffre-Eichhorn (ed.)

1: Paul Le Blanc & Helen C. Scott
2: Michael Löwy & Małgorzata Kulbaczewska-Figat
3: Rebecca Selberg & Maureen (Mo) Kasuku
4: Sevgi Doğan & Paul Mason
5: alejandra ciriza & Haydeé García Bravo
6: Jane Anna Gordon & Xiong Min
7: Julia Killet & Nguyen Hong Duc
8: Peter Hudis & Hjalmar Jorge Joffre-Eichhorn
9: Asma Abbas & Jigisha Bhattacharya
Annex: Letters from Rosa Rosa Gomes
Authors’ Biographies
Editors’ Biographies