Ross Wolfe is a writer and researcher. His work focuses on Soviet and European history, Marxism, and the avant-garde in architecture. He is the author and editor of numerous scholarly publications, articles, essays, and reviews. Ross is currently living in New York.
Ross helped organise The Ruins of Modernity on 2 July 2013 for the New York chapter of the Platypus Affiliated Society.
His book, The Graveyard of Utopia: Soviet Urbanism and the Fate of the International Avant-Garde, is due to be published in the next few months by Zero Books.
Ross is writing a series for audacity on the Antithesis of Town and Country. He will post monthly, and welcomes criticism and advice. Scroll down to find the Contents, and follow the button links...
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The Antithesis of Town and Country
Few concepts are so central to Karl Marx's account of the capitalist mode of production as the social division of labor. It is curious, then, that so few of his professed followers today concern themselves with a phenomenon Marx considered a sine qua non for the historical genesis of capitalism - the distinction between town and country. Ross Wolfe is writing a series for audacity on the Antithesis of Town and Country.
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