Rosa Luxemburg: Periphery and Perception

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Title

Rosa Luxemburg: Periphery and Perception

Subject

Rosa Luxemburg; revolutionary movements; political left; Global South; revolutionary processes; revolution; International Rosa Luxemburg Conference

Description

Rosa Luxemburg was a critical thinker and author of many political and social reflections which to readers of today seem quite up to date. Particularly in the Global South, there seems to exist a stronger interest in Luxemburg’s work today, which is not surprising at all, considering that many problems she thought about are still existent – especially there.
The participants of the International Rosa Luxemburg Conference in Bodø, Norway, in March 2023, discussed her role in the 21st century in quite some detail. The present anthology contains the conference’s extended proceedings and particularly focuses on two important elements in regard to Luxemburg: Her role for and within the global ›periphery‹ and her ›perception‹ in relation to other intellectuals, social democracy or the political left in a broader sense of the spectrum.

Creator

Jacob, Frank

Publisher

Büchner-Verlag

Date

2024

Rights

CC BY-SA 4.0

Format

pdf

Language

en

Type

Edited Book

Identifier

ISBN Print: 978-3-96317-387-5
ISBN PDF: 978-3-96317-949-5
DOI: 10.14631/978-3-96317-949-5

Book

Title

Rosa Luxemburg: Periphery and Perception

Author/Editor

Jacob, Frank

Publisher

Büchner-Verlag

Year Published

2024

Blurb

Rosa Luxemburg was a critical thinker and author of many political and social reflections which to readers of today seem quite up to date. Particularly in the Global South, there seems to exist a stronger interest in Luxemburg’s work today, which is not surprising at all, considering that many problems she thought about are still existent – especially there.
The participants of the International Rosa Luxemburg Conference in Bodø, Norway, in March 2023, discussed her role in the 21st century in quite some detail. The present anthology contains the conference’s extended proceedings and particularly focuses on two important elements in regard to Luxemburg: Her role for and within the global ›periphery‹ and her ›perception‹ in relation to other intellectuals, social democracy or the political left in a broader sense of the spectrum.

Keywords

Rosa Luxemburg; revolutionary movements; political left; Global South; revolutionary processes; revolution; International Rosa Luxemburg Conference

ISBN Print

978-3-96317-387-5

ISBN PDF

978-3-96317-949-5

DOI

10.14631/978-3-96317-949-5

Rights

CC BY-SA 4.0

Language

en

Type

Edited Book

Format

pdf

Citation

Jacob, Frank, “Rosa Luxemburg: Periphery and Perception,” Büchner-Verlag Repositorium, accessed July 20, 2024, http://omeka.buechner-verlag.de/items/show/35.