The Italian communist Antonio Gramsci left behind a rich and complicated legacy of thought on socialist strategy for transforming the world. Historian Michael Denning guides us through the great — and misunderstood — thinker.
Michael Denning is William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of American Studies and English at Yale University and the author, most recently, of Noise Uprising: The Audiopolitics of a World Musical Revolution.
The great labor historian Michael Denning reflects on what Antonio Gramsci’s work has to tell us today.
By refusing to negotiate with recently unionized graduate workers, Yale president Peter Salovey has announced in writing that the university will defy US labor law.