Eric Hobsbawm - Partial Publication List

Partial Publication List

Book Date Publisher ISBN Notes Cites
Labour's Turning Point: Extracts from Contemporary Sources 1948 Lawrence & Wishart ISBN 0-901759-65-1
Primitive Rebels: Studies in Archaic Forms of Social Movement in the 19th and 20th centuries 1959, 1963, 1971 Manchester University Press ISBN 0-7190-0493-4 in the US: Social Bandits and Primitive Rebels, Free Press, 1960
The Jazz Scene 1959 Weidenfeld & Nicolson ISBN 0-297-79568-6 as Francis Newton
The Age of Revolution: Europe 1789-1848 1962 Abacus (UK)
Vintage Books (U.S.)
ISBN 0-679-77253-7
Labouring Men: studies in the history of labour 1964 Weidenfeld & Nicolson ISBN 0-297-76402-0
Pre-Capitalist Economic Formations 1965 Lawrence & Wishart ISBN 0-7178-0165-9 editor; essays by Karl Marx
Industry and Empire: From 1750 to the Present Day 1968 Pelican ISBN 0-14-013749-1
Bandits 1969 Weidenfeld & Nicolson ISBN 0-394-74850-6
Captain Swing 1969 Lawrence & Wishart ISBN 0-85315-175-X with George Rudé
Revolutionaries: Contemporary Essays 1973 Weidenfeld & Nicolson ISBN 0-297-76549-3
The Age of Capital: 1848-1875 1975 Weidenfeld & Nicolson ISBN 0-297-76992-8
Italian Road to Socialism: An Interview by Eric Hobsbawm with Giorgio Napolitano 1977 Lawrence Hill and Co ISBN 0-88208-082-2
The History of Marxism: Marxism in Marx's day, Vol. 1 1982 Harvester Press ISBN 0-253-32812-8 editor
The Invention of Tradition 1983 Cambridge University Press ISBN 0-521-43773-3 editor, with Terence Ranger
Worlds of Labour: further studies in the history of labour 1984 Weidenfeld & Nicolson ISBN 0-297-78509-5 in the US as Workers: Worlds of Labor, Pantheon Books, 1984
The Age of Empire: 1875–1914 1987 Weidenfeld & Nicolson (First Edition) ISBN 0-521-43773-3
Politics for a Rational Left: political writing, 1977–1988 1989 Verso ISBN 0-86091-958-7
Echoes of the Marseillaise: two centuries look back on the French Revolution 1990 Verso ISBN 0-86091-937-4
Nations and Nationalism Since 1780: programme, myth, reality 1991 Cambridge University Press ISBN 0-521-43961-2
The Age of Extremes: the short twentieth century, 1914–1991 1994 Michael Joseph (UK)
Vintage Books (U.S.)
ISBN 0-679-73005-2 along with its three prequels: The Making of the Modern World, The Folio Society, London, 2005
Art and Power: Europe Under the Dictators exhibition catalogue 1995 Hayward Gallery ISBN 0-500-23719-0 editor, with Dawn Ades, David Elliott, Boyd Whyte Iain and Tim Benton
On History 1997 Weidenfeld & Nicolson ISBN 0-349-11050-6
1968 Magnum Throughout the World 1998 Hazan ISBN 2-85025-588-2 editor, with Marc Weitzmann
Behind the Times: decline and fall of the twentieth-century avant-gardes 1998 Thames and Hudson ISBN 0-500-55031-X
Uncommon People: resistance, rebellion and jazz 1998 Weidenfeld & Nicolson ISBN 0-297-81916-X
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto: a modern edition 1998 Verso ISBN 1-85984-898-2 editor
The New Century: in Conversation with Antonio Polito 2000 Little, Brown ISBN 0-316-85429-8 in the US: On the Edge of the New Century, The New Press, 2001
Interesting Times: a twentieth-Century life 2002 Allen Lane ISBN 0-7139-9581-5 autobiography
Globalisation, Democracy and Terrorism 2007 Little, Brown ISBN 0-316-02782-0 a part of it in the US: On Empire: America, war, and global supremacy, Pantheon, 2008
How to Change the World: Tales of Marx and Marxism 2011 Little, Brown ISBN 1-4087-0287-8

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