Transforming Rebellion into Revolution: Rereading Cedric Robinson and Eugene Genovese

This piece is a part of our ongoing series, entitle “Rethinking the Revolutionary Canon.”  By Tim Bruno In recent years, Cedric Robinson’s Black Marxism (1983) has grown in stature from cult favorite to recovered classic. Readers might be aware of the proliferating essays, conference panels, anthologies, and special issues on Robinson’s text. The University of North Carolina Press has published a new […]

Transforming Rebellion into Revolution: Rereading Cedric Robinson and Eugene Genovese