Category Archives: Rosa Luxemburg

Call for papers: “International Rosa Luxemburg Conference: Rosa Luxemburg and Her Ideas: Engaging the Left and Impacting the World” (26 – 29 April, 2018 – Chicago, USA)

International Rosa Luxemburg Conference Founded 1980 by Prof. Dr. Narihiko  Ito  (Tokyo) Rosa Luxemburg and Her Ideas: Engaging the Left and Impacting the World 26 – 29 April, 2018 – Chicago (USA) Conference Language: English Rosa Luxemburg dedicated her life to … Continue reading

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‘Actually, Rosa Luxemburg Was Not a Self-Hating Jew’ – Tablet magazine

Contrary to what is widely believed, the Polish-Jewish anti-war activist was first and foremost a humanist, and both a victim and active opponent of anti-Semitism By Rory Castle Jones Joseph Telushkin’s article, “Black Lives Matter and Self-Hating Jews,” published on … Continue reading

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Appeal to support the publication of ‘The Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg’ in English

Below is an appeal for funds to support the Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg from the editors. Please consider supporting this very important project, which is making all of Luxemburg’s writings and letters available to English readers for the first … Continue reading

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Red Rosa! Event at Waterstones, Piccaddily Circus, 7pm Mon 30th Nov, with Kate Evans and Rory Castle

Red Rosa by Kate Evans (Verso, 2015) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/713366352096448/ A giant of the political left, Rosa Luxemburg is one of the foremost figures of the twentieth century left. In this new graphic biography of, Kate Evans takes us through Rosa’s story from … Continue reading

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A visit to the Pavilion X of the Warsaw Citadel (where Rosa Luxemburg was imprisoned during the 1905 Revolution)

Photos from a visit to the Pavilion X of the Warsaw Citadel, where Rosa Luxemburg was imprisoned for several months in 1906 during the 1905-06 Revolution which rocked the Russian Empire. Luxemburg was eventually released as a result of a … Continue reading

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Rosa Luxemburg’s ‘Social Reform or Revolution?’ in Yiddish available online

Originally published in New York in 1921, a Yiddish translation of Rosa Luxemburg’s ‘Social Reform or Revolution?’ is now available to download here courtesy of the Steven Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library.

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Prof. Dr. Feliks Tych (1929-2015) – Obituary by Ottokar Luban

Prof. Feliks Tych and Ottokar Luban, Berlin, 2009 The following obituary was written by Ottokar Luban, Secretary of the International Rosa Luxemburg Society and a long-time friend and collaborator of the late Prof. Feliks Tych, who died in February. It is … Continue reading

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