Symposium on David Roediger’s Class, Race and Marxism

Since the 1991 publication of The Wages of Whiteness, David Roediger’s work has fundamentally changed the shape of scholarship on race and racism in the US. In his latest book, Class, Race and Marxism, Roediger tackles the relationship between race and class in contemporary society, and questions many of the common assumptions of the Marxist left.

Below are a series of critical commentaries on the book by Satnam Virdee, Alana Lentin and Charles Post.

Solidarity, Race and Class by Alana Lentin
Comments on Roediger’s Class, Race and Marxism by Charles Post
Race, Class and Roediger’s Open Marxism by Satnam Virdee

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