On 5 September 1881, Otto Bauer, one of the most prominent Austro-Marxist theorist of the inter-war period, was born. Find here a compilation of texts and lectures on Otto Bauer's work and impact.
The Austrian Revolution. Otto Bauer, edited by Eric Canepa and Walter Baier
Luxemburg, Lenin, Bauer – The Left and the National, by Walter Baier
Socialism in Central and Eastern Europe and Austro-Marxism (conference)
A complete English translation of this seminal work of Austro-Marxism has been published in August 2021.
published in: Walter Baier, Eric Canepa, Haris Golemis, The Radical Left in Europe - Rediscovering Hope. transform! Yearbook 2019, London: Merlin Press, 2019, pp. 73-84.
deemed it appropriate to recall at the beginning of his study on Nations and Nationalisms ‘the first noteworthy attempt to subject the issue to a dispassionate analysis’: ‘the important and under-appreciated debates among the Marxists of the Second International on what they called the “national question”’ involving ‘the best minds of the international socialist movement – and they could boast some of the most brilliant thinkers – [who] tackled this problem: Kautsky and Luxemburg, Otto Bauer and Lenin, to name only a few’.
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This online conference, organised by transform! europe, took place on 29/30 May 2021. The video recordings of the following lectures are available online:
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