The core required book: Lenin, V.I. and Slavoj Zizek (ed.), 2011. Revolution at the Gates. New York: Verso, 2nd ed. (earlier editions are fine too).
External reading materials that it is suggested to be at the paper:
Readings: [Internet] If you have never read The Communist Manifesto, you should acquaint yourself: https://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1848/communist-manifesto/index.htm,especially Parts I and IV; Browse Lenin, What Is to Be Done?, Preface, Part II, https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1901/index/witbd.
Readings: [Packet] Kimmel, “What is a Revolution?”; Tilly, From Mobilization to Revolution; Goldstone, “An Analytic Framework”; Baudrillard, “The Silent Majority”, Berkman, “Why Revolution.”
Readings: [Text] Zizek, introduction and Lenin (in Zizek), ch. 5-8. [Internet] It is strongly recommended that you take a look at Zizek in action at some point during the course.
Readings: [Text] Lenin, review ch. 2, 12; [Packet] Polanyi, “History in the Gear of Social Change”; [Internet] Browse Luxemburg, “The Problem of Dictatorship,” https:
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