La Bibliografia gramsciana, fondata da John M. Cammett, ora curata da Francesco Giasi e da Maria Luisa Righi con la collaborazione dell'International Gramsci Society raccoglie volumi, saggi e articoli su Gramsci pubblicati dal 1922 e pubblicazioni e traduzioni degli scritti di Gramsci dal 1927. Per aggiornamenti, integrazioni o correzioni scrivere a: bibliografiagramsciana@fondazionegramsci.org

  • Vianna, Luiz Werneck
    O Estado Novo do PT, March 2011
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 2, March 2011, pp. 15 - 21
    SOGGETTI:Rivoluzione Passiva; Brasile





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    A crer nos indicadores dos dois períodos presidenciais de Fernando Henrique, mas, sobretudo, a partir do mandato de Lula, o capitalismo brasileiro encontrou um caminho de expansão e de intensificação da sua experiência. Contudo, tem sido agora que se vê conduzido por um projeto pluriclassista e com a definida intenção de favorecer uma reconciliação política com a história do país, contrariamente à administração anterior, mais homogênea em sua composição de interesses e decididamente refratária ao que entendia ser o legado patrimonial da nossa herança republicana.

    Available online: International Gramsci Journal No.3 2011 (Accessed December 15, 2016)

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  • Boothman, Derek - Gramsci, Antonio
    The articles by Gramsci published in English in International Press Correspondence, March 2011
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 3, March 2011, pp. 23 - 36
    SOGGETTI:Masci, Giovanni (pseud. by A.G.); Comintern





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    The articles included here represent most of what Gramsci published in the Comintern journal International Press Correspondence, under his own name or one of his pseudonyms of the period, G. (sometimes Giovanni) Masci. 1 In much of this period Inprecorr was coming out more or less twice a week, with articles from all parts of the world, including from Russia, with articles written by the various Party and Union leaders. Even during the period of great polemics which basically started just before Lenin's death and carried on over the whole of this period, the Inprecorr in its various languages of publication, carried articles giving all points of view written by all the participants in the controversies. This was true both of the Russian communists, so the Trotsky controversy was given full airing from both sides, and of those involved in other debates outside Russia. In Italy, for example, it was not only the extreme left of Amadeo Bordiga that was present in the Party, and that found space in the pages of Inprecorr, but also the right of Angelo Tasca - one of the Turin Ordine Nuovo group and, up to near the end of Gramsci's stay in Moscow, one who had the ear of the Comintern leadership. And another on the right was Antonio Graziadei, an economist judged to hold a "revisionist" stance, whose views were expressed fully both in Inprecorr and in book International Press Correspondence came out regularly in Russian, French, German and English (with the abbreviation Inprecorr), and sometimes, it seems, also in a Spanish edition. The period of the articles published here ranges from 1922, up through Gramsci's half-year stay in Vienna (December 1923 to May 1924), and on to the last period when, after his election as a parliamentary deputy, he was able to return to Italy on the basis of parliamentary immunity. With his new status as a deputy he could in theory evade the warrant that had been put out for his arrest in February 1923.

    Available online: International Gramsci Journal No.3 2011 (Accessed December 15, 2016)

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  • Greaves, Nigel M.
    Resisting Abstraction: Gramsci's Historiological Method, March 2011
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 3, March 2011, pp. 37 - 56
    SOGGETTI:Marxismo; Storico, Gramsci (Gramsci storico)





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    This article argues that the writings of Antonio Gramsci should be situated in their rightful social, philosophical, political, in short, 'historical' context. This is particularly true of his prison writing which is a rich resource but one which calls for delicate archaeological handling. It appears that Gramsci's Marxism is unapologetically eclectic but this results in an integrated and surprisingly harmonious theoretical and practical approach to history and society. This can be brought to sharp focus only by close examination of the educational properties of Gramsci's historical environment, the suggestions it makes, the perceptible possibilities it entails, that which blocks or impedes movement and progress, and so on. That is to say, Gramsci was not an abstract thinker. His thinking is grounded in the class war of the Italy of his time and, in turn, this was attuned to the broader struggle against capitalism in and beyond Italy's borders. This is arguably the way Gramsci would prefer to be remembered and indeed the context in which he would perhaps prefer to be utilised today. Reading Gramsci, therefore, requires knowing Gramsci. The problems encountered are an unfortunate consequence of the conditions in which he wrote but they can be overcome if we apply 'Gramsci to Gramsci'.

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  • Mayo, Peter
    The Centrality of the State in Neoliberal Times, March 2011
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 3, March 2011, pp. 57 - 71
    SOGGETTI:Neoliberalismo; Egemonia





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    One of the greatest myths being propagated in this contemporary neoliberal scenario is that the nation state is no longer the main force in this period characterized by the intensification of globalization. Deregulation was brought in by governments to expedite the process where various forms of provision, private and formerly public, were left to the market. And yet the credit crunch starkly laid bare the folly of this conviction as new forms of regulation are being put in place with the state, the national state, intervening to bail out banks and other institutions in this situation. I consider this an opportune moment to look at the function of the state and assess its role within the contemporary scenario of 'hegemonic globalization', to adopt the term used by the Portuguese sociologist, Boaventura de Sousa Santos (de Sousa Santos in Dale and Robertson, 2004: 151), and its underlying ideology, neoliberalism. I will look at different theoretical insights and then end this excursus with a discussion of Gramsci's conceptualization of the state and its implications for present day politics.

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