A New Approach
Series: Reading Gramsci
A modern, introductory approach to Antonio Gramsci’s writings
The book explores his work on ideology, the individual, collective organisms, crisis and temporality, in addition to the more traditional areas of his thought, such as hegemony and civil society. Through this close examination, the use value of Gramscian theoretical instruments to a broad range of disciplines, including, political science, education, language, cultural studies, postcolonial studies, anthropology and geography, becomes apparent. Filippini's approach explicates and emphasises the importance of one of the most popular and enduring Marxist figures.
Michele Filippini is Researcher in the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the University of Bologna. He is the co-ordinator of the digital library Gramsciproject.org and has been in the board of the International Gramsci Society, Italy. He is the author of Leaping Forward: Mario Tronti and the History of Political Workerism (Jve-Crs, 2012).
'There is little doubt that Gramsci has become one of the most relevant thinkers of the 20th century influencing many fields of contemporary scholarship. Fillippini's <em>Using Gramsci</em> is a tribute to this' - Cosimo Zene, SOAS, University of London, editor of The Political Philosophies of Antonio Gramsci and B. R. Ambedkar (Routledge, 2013)
'Concise and lucid' - Marx & Philosophy Review of Books
2. The Individual
3. Collective Organisms
5. The Crisis
Hardcover ISBN: 9780745335698
eBook ISBN: 9781786800084
135mm x 215mm