Books written by Antonio Negri


Marx and Foucault

Polity | February 13, 2017 | 220 pages
This the first of a new three-part series in which Antonio Negri, a leading political thinker of our time, explores key ideas that have animated radical thought and examines some of the social and economic forces that are shaping our world today. In this first volume Negri shows how the thinking of... More Info


May 21, 2018 | 367 pages
New Edition In the ten years since the initial publication of Insurgencies, Antonio Negri's reputation as one of the world's foremost political philosophers has grown dramatically. An invigorating appraisal of revolutionary thought, Insurgencies is both the precursor to and the historical basis for... More Info

The Winter Is Over

Semiotext | May 3, 2013 | 264 pages
Automation and information technology have transformed the organization of labor tosuch an extent that the processes of exploitation have moved beyond the labor class and now workupon society as a whole. If this displacement has destroyed the political primacy of the laborclass, it has not,... More Info


Penguin | July 26, 2005 | 426 pages
The co-authors of Empire examine empire networks throughout history and in the present day, arguing that key issues within the new world order may enable significant social transformation and global democracy. Reprint.  More Info

The Unseen

Verso Books | January 2, 2012 | 242 pages
In 1970s Italy a young working class man joins a political protest movement, tries to help set up a free radio station, is arrested, and endures the brutalities of imprisonment.  More Info