April 5, 2021
From Spectre Journal

Georg Adler, Peter Hudis, and Annelies Laschitza, eds., The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg. (London: Verso Books, 2011).

Rory Castle, “‘All the hidden, bitter tears”: Family, Identity and the shaping of revolutionary

‘Red Rosa,’” International Rosa Luxemburg Conference (Chicago, 2018), http://www.internationale-rosa-luxemburg-gesellschaft.de/html/chicago_2018.html

Kimberly Anne Coles, Kim F. Hall, and Ayanna Thompson, “BlacKKKShakespearean: A

Call to Action for Medieval and Early Modern Studies,” MLA Profession (Fall 2019),  https://profession.mla.org/blackkkshakespearean-a-call-to-action-for-medieval-and-early-modern studies/?utm_source=mlaoutreach&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=proffall19

Drucilla Cornell and Jane Anna Gordon, eds., Creolizing Rosa Luxemburg (Rowman and Littlefield: 2021).

Hamid Dabashi, On Edward Said: Remembrance of Things Past (Chicago: Haymarket: 2020).

Subhoranjan Dasgupta, “Rosa Luxemburg’s Critique of Creativity and Culture,” Institute of Development Studies (Kolkata, May 2009).

Paul Frölich, Rosa Luxemburg: Ideas in Action, Trans Joanna Hoornweg (London: Pluto, 1972).

Michael Löwy, Fire Alarm: Reading Walter Benjamin’s “On the Concept of History” (London: Verso, 2005).

Rosa Luxemburg, “Adam Mickievicz,” Rosa Luxemburg: Selected Political and Literary Writings: 11-16.

Rosa Luxemburg, “The Spirit of Russian Literature: Life of Korolenko” 1918, Waters, ed. 340-364

Rosa Luxemburg,  “Review: Mehring on Schiller.” Rosa Luxemburg: Selected Political and Literary Writings: 16-20.

Rosa Luxemburg,  “Stagnation and Progress of Marxism,” Waters, ed. 106-111.

Rosa Luxemburg, “Tolstoy as a Social Thinker,” Rosa Luxemburg Selected Political and Literary Writings: 20-26.

Filippo Menozzi ed., Rosa Luxemburg: Capitalism Imperialism, and the Postcolonial. New Formations 94 (October 2018).

Rosa Luxemburg: Selected Political and Literary Writings. Revolutionary History 10.1 (2009).

Edward Said, “Criticism/Self-Criticism,” Linguafranca 2.3 (1992): 37-43.

Edward Said, Introduction, Reflections, xi-xxxv.

Edward Said “Opponents, Audiences, Constituencies, and Community,” Reflections, 118-147.

Edward Said, Reflections on Exile and Other Essays (Boston: Harvard UP, 2000.

Alice Waters, ed., Rosa Luxemburg Speaks (New York: Pathfinder, 1970).

Source: Spectrejournal.com