Volume Two, Number Two, Spring 1999
"The High Within and the Low Without:
The Social Production of Aesthetic Space
in the National Gallery of Scotland, 1859-70"
"Saint Jacques and the Ghost of Marxism"
"The Labor of Fire:
On Time and Labor in the Grundrisse"
"Jameson's 'Arrested Dialectic':
From Structuralism to Postmodernism"
"When Postmodernism Came to Russia"
B. Ricardo Brown
"Marx and the Foundations of the Critical Theory of Morality and Ethics"
"The Theory and Practice of Constructing Hope:
The Detroit Teachers' Wildcat Strike 1999"
"The Last Generalist:
An Interview with Richard Powers"
Richard Powers' GAIN
Reviewed by Jeffrey Williams
"Songs of Irish Labour"
Reviewed by Conor Kostick
Perry Anderson's THE ORIGINS OF POSTMODERNITY &
Ellen Meiksins Wood and John Bellamy Foster's IN DEFENSE OF HISTORY:
MARXISM AND THE POSTMODERN AGENDA
Reviewed by Tabish Khair
Rob van Kranenburg
"The Café Lafayette"
Notes on Contributors
The English Server