Karl Marx’s Ecosocialism: Capital, Nature, and the Unfinished Critique of Political Economy by Kohei Saito – wins Deutscher Memorial Prize 2018
Named for the historian Isaac Deutscher and his wife Tamara, this prize is awarded each year for a book demonstrating “the best and most innovative new writing in or about the Marxist tradition.” Previous prize winners include Mike Davis, Robin Blackburn, Ellen Mieksins Wood, Eric Hobsbawm, and Monthly Review Press authors Michael A. Lebowitz, Tamás Krausz, Lucio Colleti, and István Mészáros.
Read Ian Angus‘s announcement about the award at Climate & Capitalism
About the Deutscher Memorial Prize:
“There is a modest prize of £500 … and the author is invited to deliver the following year’s Deutscher Memorial Lecture which generally takes place towards the end of November, and which has often been subsequently published in the New Left Review or Historical Materialism.”
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