CLR James

The C.L.R. James Reader - C.L.R. James, Edited and Introduced by Anna Grimshaw

Published by Blackwell Publishers, 1992. Prepared in collaboration with James in his final year, this collection offers unique insight into the range and development of his life’s work. Introduction by Anna Grimshaw gives a great overview of James's work. Notes on the Chapters include background info on each selection.

Basic Documents on the Black Struggle - CLR James

Rare collection of readings by C.L.R. James recommended to members of Revolutionary Black Workers in Detroit in the early 1970s.

Negro Revolution Through Revolutionary Socialism - CLR James

Transcribed for the first time. CLR James recommended reading for militants in Detroit in 1970s. Reprinted as part of Basic Documents on the Black Struggle.

Three Discussions on the Negro Question in 1939 - CLR James

CLR James recommended reading for militants in Detroit in 1970s. Reprinted as "Three Discussions in 1939" part of Basic Documents on the Black Struggle.

New Introduction to Facing Reality 1970 - Kimathi Mohammed

New introduction to 1970 Edition of CLR James's Facing Reality by Kimathi Mohammed. James recommended the new edition to relate to internal problems the League of Revolutionary Black Workers faced in Detroit.

Notes on dialectics - C.L.R. James

C.L.R. James out of print major work written in 1948 and circulated within the Johnson Forest Tendency. James continued to recommend it as essential reading to members of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers in the early 1970s.

Introduction to the philosophy of marxism: part one - R.S. Baghavan, foreword by CLR James

Out of print introduction to Marxist philosophy by R.S. Baghavan of Socialist Platform.
Foreword by CLR James-- one of his last pieces of writing.

80th Birthday Lectures - C.L.R. James

Edited by Margaret Busby and Darcus Howe. Published by Race Today 1984.
A collection of transcripts, including the question and answer sessions which followed, of the three lectures given by C.L.R James on the occurrence of his eightieth birthday in 1981.

C. L. R. James′s Caribbean

C. L. R. James′s Caribbean

Drawing upon James's observations of his own life as revealed to interviewers and close friends, this volume provides an examination of James's childhood and early years as colonial literatteur and his massive contribution to West Indian political-cultural understanding. Moving beyond previous biographical interpretations, the contributors here take up the problem of reading James's texts in light of poststructuralist criticism, the implications of his texts for Marxist discourse, and for problems of Caribbean development.

At the rendezvous of victory - C.L.R. James

Published by Allison & Busby, 1984.

This was the third and final in a series of anthologies published during James’ lifetime by publishers Allison & Busby following The Future in the Present in 1977 and Spheres of Existence in 1980.