Rosa Luxemburg: revolutionary warned of environmental destruction and resurgent far right

Your ‘order’ is built on sand. Tomorrow the revolution will ‘rise up again, clashing its weapons,’ and to your horror it will proclaim with trumpets blazing: I was, I am, I shall be!

The final written words of Polish revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg still resonate 100 years since her death. Murdered by right-wing paramilitaries on January 15, 1919, her fate in Berlin foreshadowed the brutality of the following two decades. The German Revolution she fought for was stamped out in the chaotic aftermath of World War I. But did Luxemburg’s legacy die with it? 

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Interviews with Ana Cecilia Dinerstein

'Hope is an invitation to work together, to develop alternatives'.

Interview by Dominique Villaert, from the art of organising hope. 31/10/2018
Read the full interview here.


‘Reorganizar la esperanza. Por un Marxismo abierto y decolonial’
Interview by Alejandro Mantilla, 15/11/17, La Siniestra 

Translation (French)
‘Réorganiser l’espoir: Pour un marxisme ouvert et décolonial. Entretien avec Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, par Alejandro Mantilla’. Traduction: Denis Amutio

Blog Posts & Articles Online


Argentina votes to legalise abortion in latest victory for global feminism. TheConversation, 


‘Concrete Utopia’. Public Seminar, New School, Also: Centre for Development Studies, Bath 

Women on the Verge: The essence of feminist struggle’, ROAR Magazine, January 24.


‘A post work economy of robots and machines is a bad utopia for the left’, (with F. H. Pitts and G. Taylor), TheConversation, May 2016 (5,000 hits).

‘Impeachment or ‘Soft Coup’?: The State of democracy in Brazil and in Latin America today’, Dev@Log Bath, CDS, University of Bath, May 19,


What Europe’s hopeful left can learn from Latin America, The Conversation (87,000 hits).


‘Diciembre 2001: la política contra la police’, Centro Cultural de la Cooperación