Antonio Gramsci is one of the most significant Marxists of the twentieth century. Reading Gramsci, however, is no easy task. These books open up Gramsci’s writing to a contemporary audience – with a refreshing clarity and openness. As there are many dimensions to his thought, each volume reveals and analyses specific aspects of his work, as well as raising new questions about our contemporary history. The series editors are Peter Ives, Professor of Politics at the University of Winnipeg, Canada // Adam Morton, Professor of Political Economy at the University of Sydney.