Journal Articles

Das, R. J. 2023. ‘The Post-truth condition in capitalist society: A critical enquiry’,
International Critical Thought, Vol. 13:2, pp. 205–226.

Das, R. J. 2023. ‘Why Is Identity Politics Not Conducive to Achieving Sustained Social Justice?’, Dialectical Anthropology.

Das, R. J. 2023. ‘Post-truth politics in India’s right-wing ecosystem: An extended critical commentary’, International Critical Thought, Vol. 13:2 (forthcoming)

Das, R. J. 2023. ‘Marxism and Revisionism in the World Today’, Capital and Class

Das, R. J. and Latham, R. 2022. ‘Theory and Class struggle: An Introduction to the section Theory’, Class, Race and Corporate Power, Vol. 10:2.

Das, R. J. and Latham, R. 2022. ‘Theory and Class struggle: Three Interviews’, Class, Race and Corporate Power, Vol. 10:2.

Das, R. 2022. ‘Capital, Capitalism and Health’. Critical Sociology. https://doi.org/10.1177/0896920522108

Das, R. 2022. Theory and class struggle: A dialectical approachLINKS: International Journal of Social Renewal. September.

Das, R. J. 2022. ‘On The Communist Manifesto: Ideas for the Newly-Radicalizing Public’, World Review of Political Economy, 13 (2), 209-244 .

Das, R. J. 2022. ‘Politics of love, and love of politics: Towards a Marxist theory of love’. Class, Race and Corporate Power, Vol. 10:2

Das, R. J. 2022. ‘Review – Routledge Handbook of Marxism and Post-Marxism’, E-
International Relations. (invited book review)

Das, R. J. 2021. 'What is Marxist Geography, or what is left of Marxist Geography?', Human Geography (Symposium on Marxist Geography, edited by Dick Peet)

Das, R. J. 2021. ‘The weapon of criticism cannot replace the criticism of the weapon’, International Journal of Socialist Renewal (republished in: Monthly Review Online, June 2021)

Das, R. J. 2021. ‘Educators need to be educated: Or, ‘class struggle’ in academia’, Capital & Class.

Das, R. J. 2020. “Four components of Marxism.International Journal of Socialist Renewal.

Das, R. J. 2020. “On the Urgent Need to Re-Engage Classical Marxism.” Critical Sociology, 46(7-8): 965–985.

Das, R. J. 2020. "Human suffering during the pandemic and the need for a new society.” Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal.

Its condensed version, “The pandemic and the need for a new society,” is published in The Bullet.

Das, R. J. 2020. “The social power of money and the neoliberal capitalist model of development.” Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal.

Das, R. J. 2020. “The Marginalization of Marxism in Academia.” Monthly Review Online.

Das, R. J. 2020. “Identity Politics: A Marxist View.” Class, Race and Corporate Power, 8(1), Article 5: 1–33.

(Based in Florida International University, Class, Race and Corporate Power is an academic open-access refereed journal).

Das, R. J. 2019. “Indian Election 2019: A Marxist Interpretation.” International Socialism: A Quarterly Review of Socialist Theory,164.

Das, R. J. 2019. “Politics of Marx as Non-sectarian Revolutionary Class Politics: An Interpretation in the Context of the 20th and 21st Centuries.” Class, Race and Corporate Power, 7(1).

Das, R. J. 2019. “Contradictions of India’s Right-wing Government, and Growing Disenchantment.” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 49(2): 313–328.

Das, R. J. 2019. “Revolutionary Theory, Academia and Marxist Political Parties.” Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal.

Das, R. J. and Chen, A. 2019. “Towards a Theoretical Framework for Understanding Capitalist Violence Against Child Labour.” World Review of Political Economy, 10(2): 191–219.

Das, R. J. 2018. “A Marxist Perspective on Sustainability: Brief Reflections on Ecological Sustainability and Social Inequality.Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal.

Das, R. J. 2018. “Anti-materialism, Capitalism, and Violence against the Human Body: Some Preliminary Comments.” Monthly Review Online.

Das, R. J. 2018. “Fascistic Politics in India, the Left, and Lenin’s Theory of Temporary Compromise.Sanhati (an online non-academic journal from India)

Das, R. J. 2018. “The Age of Unreason or Misology: The Knowledge-practice Relation and its Political Significance.Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal.

Das, R. J. 2017. “David Harvey’s Theory of Uneven Geographical Development: A Marxist Critique.” Capital and Class, 41(3): 511–36.

Das, R. J. 2017. “Social Movements and State Repression in India.” Journal of Asian and African Studies, 52(8): 1080–1102.

Das, R. J. 2017. “David Harvey’s Theory of Accumulation by Dispossession: A Marxist Critique.” World Review of Political Economy, 8(4): 590–616.

Das, R. J. 2015. “Critical Observations on Neoliberalism and India’s New Economic Policy.” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 45(4): 715–26.

Das, R. J. 2014. “Low-Wage Capitalism, Social Difference, and Nature-Dependent Production: A Study of the Conditions of Workers in Shrimp Aquaculture.” Human Geography: A New Radical Journal, 7(1): 17–34.

Das, R. J. 2013. “Capitalism and Regime Change in the (Globalizing) World of Labour.” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 43(4): 709–23.

Das, R. J. 2013. “Agrarian Crisis as the Crisis of Small Property Ownership in Globalizing Capitalism.Monthly Review Online.

Das, R. J. 2013. “The Relevance of Marxist Academics.” Class, Race and Corporate Power, 1(1).

Das, R. J. 2012. “From Labour Geography to Class Geography: Reasserting the Marxist Theory of Class.” Human Geography: A New Radical Journal, 5(1): 19–35.

Das, R. J. 2012. “Forms of Subsumption of Labour under Capital, Class Struggle and Uneven Development.Review of Radical Political Economics, 44(2): 178–200.

Das, R. J. 2012. “Developmental Crisis and Dialectics of Protest Politics: Presenting the Absent and Absenting the Present.” Economic and Political Weekly, XLVII(6): 24–26.

Das, R. J. 2012. “Dirty Picture of Neoliberalism.” Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal.

Also: https://socialistproject.ca/2012/04/b623/

Das, R. J. 2009. “Class Relations, Material Conditions, and Spaces of Class Struggle in Rural India.” Human Geography: A New Radical Journal, 2(3): 52–74.

Das, R. J. 2007. “Looking, but Not Seeing: State and/as Class in Rural India.” Journal of Peasant Studies, 34(3-4): 408–40.

Das, R. J. 2007. “Introduction: Peasant, State and Class.” Journal of Peasant Studies, 34(3-4): 351–70.

Das, R. J. 2006. “Putting Social Capital in its Place.” Capital and Class, 92: 65–92.

Das, R. J. 2005. “Rural Society, the State and Social Capital in Eastern India: A Critical Investigation.” Journal of Peasant Studies, 32(1): 48–87.

Das, R. J. 2004. “Social Capital and Poverty of Wage Labourers: Problems with the Social Capital Theory.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 29(1): 27–45.

Das, R. J. 2002. “The Green Revolution and Poverty: A Theoretical and Empirical Examination of the Relation Between Technology and Society.Geoforum, 33(1): 55–72.

Das, R. J. 2001. “Class, Capitalism and Agrarian Transition: A Review and Critique of Some Recent Arguments.” Journal of Peasant Studies, 29(1): 155–74.

Das, R. J. 2001. “The Political Economy of India (A Review Article).” New Political Economy, 6(1): 103–17.

Das, R. J. 2001. “The Spatiality of Social Relations: An Indian Case Study.” The Journal of Rural Studies, 17(3): 347–362.

Das, R. J. 2000. “The State-Society Relation: The Case of an Anti-poverty Policy.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 18(6): 631–50.

Das, R. J. 1999. “Geographical Unevenness of India’s Green Revolution.” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 29(2): 167–86.

Das, R. J. 1999. “Politicism and Idealism in State Theory.” Science and Society, 63(1): 97–104.

Das, R. J. 1999. “The Spatiality of Class and State Power: The Case of Indian Land Reforms.” Environment and Planning A, 31(12): 2103–126.

Klak, T. and Das, R. J. 1999. “The Underdevelopment of the Caribbean and Its Scholarship.” Latin American Research Review, 34(3): 209–24.

Das, R. J. 1998. “The Green Revolution, Agrarian Productivity and Labor.International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 22(1): 122–35.

Das, R. J. 1998. “The Social and Spatial Character of the Indian State.” Political Geography, 17(7): 787–808.

Das, R. J. 1996. “State Theories: A Critical Analysis.” Science and Society, 60(1): 27–57.

Das, R. J. 1995. “Poverty and Agrarian Social Structure—A Case-Study in Rural India.” Dialectical Anthropology, 20(2): 169–92.

Das, R. J. & Dutt, A. K. 1993. “City-size Distribution and Primate City Characteristics in India: A Temporal Analysis.” Geo-Journal, 29(2): 125–37.