IS Tradition Writers: Neil Faulkner


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Neil Faulkner

Neil Faulkner

 
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(1958 – 2022)


Works:

September 1994 History’s rich cocktail (letter)

March 1995 The animal alphabet (letter)

Winter 2003: The Jubilee and the Apocalypse – a reply

January 2004: Archaeology from below – A socialist perspective

Summer 2004: Roman history from below? (book review)

January 2005: Great War Archaeology Group – Mission statement

22 January 2005: Spartacus and the slaves in revolt

28 May 2005: Crusade and jihad

1 July 2006: Slaughter at the Somme

September 2006: Revisionism and the New Imperialism

Winter 2006: Crusade and jihad in the medieval Middle East

Autumn 2007: Gordon Childe and Marxist archaeology

4 March 2008: Empire of the Eagles – the myth of Rome

6 May 2008: The beginning of organised violence and the origin of war

13 May 2008: From Persian conquest to modern slaughter

20 May 2008: War and industrialised imperialism today

29 July 2008: Hadrian and the limits of empire

Autumn 2008: Practising Marxist archaeology (book review)

September 2008: Citizens to Lords (book review)

11 November 2008: Armistice day, remembrance and the ‘glorious war’

6 January 2009: Protectionism – can it help us survive?

Spring 2009: Britain, the outbreak of the First World War, and the role of the individual in history

Spring 2009: From bubble to black hole – the neoliberal implosion

12 May 2009: Human evolution and the African Eve

23 February 2010: Fighting unemployment in the 1930s

29 March 2010: The workers, the unions, and the crisis

5 May 2010: Global crisis and anti-capitalist revolution

14 May 2010: Cameron, Clegg, and the cuts

11 June 2010: The Bankers’ Coup

22 June 2010: Tax the rich, not the poor! Can’t pay, won’t pay!

25 June 2010: Class, education, and the Con-Dem ‘free schools’

22 July 2010: Cuts, counter-reforms, and the class struggle

8 September 2010: 1940 – whose war was it anyway?

October 2010/December 2012: A Marxist History of the World (series – incomplete)

October/November 2010: Eleven reasons to fight the Con-Dem cuts (series – incomplete)

24 November 2010: The student revolt, the cuts and the democratic deficit

14 December 2010: Democracy, direct action and revolution

15 February 2011: Egypt 2011 – what sort of revolution is this?

12 April 2011: The American Civil War – the second US revolution

6 July 2011: J30 – the rise of a new kind of mass movement?

22 July 2011: The hackgate scandal – a crisis of neoliberalism

11 August 2011: Riots – the voice of the powerless

13 October 2011: School Wars – the battle for Britain’s education

27 October 2011: Defend the Camp – Defy the ban

28 October 2011: Jesus Christ – revolutionary

8 November 2011: What is a university education for?

9 November 2011: What is a university education for? (continued)

4 December 2011: The Great Depression – lessons from the past

10 December 2011: EU Summit – the dictatorship of finance capital

Videos:

The History Fix (A Radical History of the World in 26 episodes)


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Last updated 25 March 2022