- E.P. Thompson: Historian and socialist. Wood, Ellen Meiksins // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Jan94, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p8
Analyzes E.P. Thompson's literary works. Challenges faced by the concept of socialism; Politics of history; Critique of capitalism; Thompson's criticism of market rationality and the concept of industrialization; Political legacy as a historian.
- E P Thompson: A life of radical dissent. Rowbotham, Sheila // New Statesman & Society;9/3/93, Vol. 6 Issue 268, p14
Pays tribute to British politician and creative writer Edward Palmer Thompson. Birth; Work in the Communist Party; Attitude toward corporate pressure in the universities and the growing power of the state during the 1970s; Links to dissidents of eastern and central Europe; Major writings.
- E. P. Thompson. Slack, Paul; Innes, Joanna // Past & Present;Feb94, Issue 142, p3
Features the late writer E. P. Thompson. Date of death; Date when Thompson joined the Editorial Board; Most obvious contributions; Contributions to Board meetings; Evidence of commitment and dedication in Thompson's report as a referee; Article submitted to the journal regarding the...
- THE MORAL ECONOMY OF EVERYDAY CRIME: Markets, Consumers and Citizens. Karstedt, Susanne; Farrall, Stephen // British Journal of Criminology;Nov2006, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p1011
Between the crimes in the suites and the crimes in the streets lies the mostly unexplored terrain within which we find crimes of â€˜everyday lifeâ€™. Not all of these are formally illegal, but all are generally seen as morally dubious. Most of the crimes of everyday life are committed...
- The Heavy Dancers (Book). // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Nov1986, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p54
Reviews the book 'The Heavy Dancers,' by E.P. Thompson.
- THE SYKAOS PAPERS (Book). // Atlantic (02769077);Oct88, Vol. 262 Issue 4, p96
Reviews the book 'The Sykaos Papers,' by E.P. Thompson.
- E.P. Thompson's quarrel with post-1880 Marxism. Weston, Jack // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;May95, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p35
Comments on J. Quinn Brisben's review of historian E.P. Thompson's book entitled `Customs in Common.' Thompson's belief in human nature taught by Karl Marx and William Morris; Vindication of Morris' utopianism and agency of human desire.
- ADELA PANKHURST AND THE RULE OF LAW. GAVA, JOHN // Quadrant Magazine;Jun2009, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p58
The article presents an analysis of the case of Adela Pankhurst, a pacifist in Australia who was jailed in November 1917 for her beliefs, to emphasize the importance of the rule of law. It cites E. P. Thompson's study of the Black Act, a legislation passed in 1723 to address concerns about...
- E. P. Thompson y la revoluciÃ³n inconclusa. Cordero Díaz, Blanca Laura; Gómez Carpinteiro, Francisco Javier // Espiral;ene-abr2014, Vol. 21 Issue 59, p9
This is an examination of some views by E. P. Thomson, which are central for understanding a revolution as something unfinished. The essay proposes to go beyond conventional interpretations in order to refute their limitations,suggesting also a more critical understanding on the shaping of...