Tithi Bhattacharya explains the insights of contemporary Marxists that help us link struggles in the sphere of production to those outside it in the sphere of reproduction. September 10, 2013 A single mother walks with her daughter (Kirby Urner) ONE OF the most common charges against Marxism is that, as a theory, it is preoccupied with “class” at the expense of gender. It is important … Continue reading What is social reproduction theory?
Tithi Bhattacharya teaches in the History department of Purdue University. Like many other women around the world Tithi also observed the protests against rape and sexism that shook India recently. In her analysis in Socialistworker.org Tithi asserts that the Left should participate and intervene in such movements. In the light of the recent hangings and our growing acceptance of Capital Punishment it becomes imperative for … Continue reading In the streets against rape – Tithi Bhattacharya