1968 is the proper name of a global event that continues to resonate, over half a century later, into the present conjuncture, in which a shaken neoliberal consensus confronts anew the specter of revolutionary transformation. It is the contention of this volume that the May’68/the Prague Spring doublet names in turn a particularly potent, reflected site of articulation in this global sequence, one that deserves particular interrogation in the rich complexity of its voicings. […]
Revolutions for the Future was edited by Jana Ndiaye Berankova, Michael Hauser, and Nick Nesbitt. It was published by Suture Press in November 2020. The English-language publication comes in a hardcover edition bound in terracotta cloth with a foil-stamp print. It includes black-and-white illustrations made from torn posters, tracts, and old photographs. The graphic design was provided by Lukáš Kijonka and Michal Krůl, Kolektiv Studio, using Kolektiv Grotesk throughout.