Professor Adam David Morton

Professor in Political Economy

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The University of Sydney


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Biographical details

Adam David Morton is Professor in Political Economy in the Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney, which he joined in 2014. Previously he was an Associate Professor in Political Economy and co-Director of the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) in the School of Politics and International Relations (SPIR) at the University of Nottingham (2005-2014). Before joining SPIR, he was a Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations at Lancaster University (2002-5) and an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of International Politics at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth (2001-2), where he also completed his PhD.

Research interests

Adam David Morton specialises in the themes of political economy, state theory, historical sociology, globalisation and development in their relevance to the study of modern Mexico and Latin America.

Teaching and supervision

PhD and master’s opportunities

My general expertise is in the area of International Political Economy (IPE) and its relevance to themes of historical sociology, development studies, geography studies, and Latin American studies. Research students in any of these respective areas would be welcome. More specifically, I would welcome PhD applicants interested in working in the following main areas:

  • the political economy and historical sociology of modern state formation in Mexico and Latin America;
  • counter-spaces of social movements’ resistance in Mexico and Latin America;
  • the historical sociology of the states-system and uneven development in the modern world;
  • new approaches to modernity, revolution, and hegemony in the thought and action of Antonio Gramsci; and
  • issues of crisis, state restructuring and responses to neoliberalism within the contemporary global political economy.

Current projects

Adam Morton’s next monograph is a co-authored book project with Andreas Bieler aimed at recasting a historical materialist contribution to understanding global capitalism in terms of transnational restructuring and the centrality of class struggle in world order. This project is entitled ‘Global Capitalism, Global Crisis, Global War’ and will proceed by offering new lines of enquiry on themes of global capitalism and class struggle, uneven development and the states-system, imperialism, and varieties of anti-capitalist resistance in world order.

Associations

  • Member of the Editorial Collective of the European Journal of International Relations (EJIR);
  • Editorial Board Member, Capital & Class;
  • Co-editor (with Peter Ives) of the ‘Reading Gramsci Series’ published by Pluto Press;
  • Advisory Board Member, Millennium: Journal of International Studies;
  • Member of British International Studies Association (UK); Conference of Socialist Economists (UK); Political Studies(UK); Society for Latin American Studies (UK); International Studies Association (US); and Latin American Studies Association (US).

Awards and honours

Awarded the 2012 British International Studies Association (BISA) International Political Economy Group (IPEG) Book Prize for his book Revolution and State in Modern Mexico: The Political Economy of Uneven Development (Rowman & Littlefield, 2011).

Nominated for the Giuseppe Sormani International Prize hosted by the Fondazione Istituto Piemontese Antonio Gramsci for Unravelling Gramsci: Hegemony and Passive Revolution in the Global Political Economy (Pluto Press, 2007).

In 2012, honoured with a Dearing Award that, since 1999, recognises the outstanding achievements of University of Nottingham staff in enhancing the student learning experience. Since its inception, over 150 members of staff from a range of different staff groups have received an award, many of whom have been nominated by the students they teach and support. A Dearing Award is highly valued within the University of Nottingham and acknowledges the world-class input of staff in creating a student learning environment which is nurturing on the one hand, but, on the other, is challenging, creative and innovative.

Jointly awarded (with Andreas Bieler) the 2012/13 British International Studies Association (BISA)-Higher Education Academy (HEA) Award for Excellence in Teaching International Studies.

Edited special journal issue in Capital & Class: Approaching Passive Revolutions

This special issue raises new and meaningful questions about Antonio Gramsci’s understanding of the concept and condition of passive revolution relevant to historical and contemporary processes of state formation and capitalist modernity.

Selected grants

2011

  • Spaces of Indigenous Politics and Uneven Development in Latin America; Morton A; Integrating Global Society (IGS) Research Priority Group/Seed Corn Funding.

2010

  • On the production of space and resistance linked to civic monuments in Mexico City; Morton A; Santander Travel Research /Field Research.

2008

  • Antonio Gramsci and the Lyon Theses; Morton A, Boothman D; British Academy/Small Research Grants.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Morton, A. (2013). Revolution and State in Modern Mexico: The Political Economy of Uneven Development. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Gramsci'yi Çözümlemek: Küresel Politik İktisatta Hegemonya ve Pasif Devrim [Unravelling Gramsci: Hegemony and Passive Revolution in the Global Political Economy]. Turkey: Kalkedon Publishing.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Revolution and State in Modern Mexico: The Political Economy of Uneven Development. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Morton, A. (2007). Unravelling Gramsci: Hegemony and Passive Revolution in the Global Political Economy. Ann Arbor: Pluto Press.
  • Bieler, A., Bonefeld, W., Burnham, P., Morton, A. (2006). Global Restructuring, State, Capital and Labour: Contesting neo-Gramscian Perspectives. London: Palgrave.

Edited Books

  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2006). Images of Gramsci: Connections and Contentions in Political Theory and International Relations. London: Routledge.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2001). Social Forces in the Making of the New Europe: The Restructuring of European Social Relations in the Global Political Economy. London: Palgrave.

Book Chapters

  • Morton, A., Bieler, A., Bruff, I. (2014). 'Antonio Gramsci and 'the international': Past, Present and Future'. In Mark McNally (Eds.), Antonio Gramsci.
  • Morton, A., Bieler, A. (2014). Neo-Gramscian Perspectives. In Siegfried Schieder and Manuela Spindler (Eds.), Theories of International Relations 2014. London: Routledge (Taylor and Francis).
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2013). Hegemonia, orden mundial y cambio historico: siguiendo el camino de la teoria critica. Perspectivas neogramscianas en las relaciones internacionales. In Julian Kay and Rodrigo Pascual (Eds.), Integrados () Debates sobre las relaciones internacionales y la integracion regional latinoamericana y europea, (pp. 23-42). Argentina: Imago Mundi.
  • Morton, A. (2013). Traveling with Gramsci: The Spatiality of Passive Revolution. In Michael Ekers, Gillian Hart, Stefan Kipfer, Alex Loftus (Eds.), Gramsci: Space, Nature, Politics, (pp. 47-64). Chichester, United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Morton, A. (2012). A idade do Absolutism: capitalismo, o estado-sistema moderno e relacoes internacionais [The Age of Absolutism: Capitalism, the Modern States-System and International Relations]. In Aggio Alberto Luiz Sergio Henriques and Giuseppe Vacca (Eds.), Contemporary Uses Gramsci. Brasilia: Astrojildo Pereira Foundation.
  • Morton, A., Tansel, B. (2012). Turkiye'de Pasif Devrim ve Hegemony: Kavramsal Bir Yanilsama mi? [Passive Revolution and Hegemony in Turkey: A Case of Conceptual Conflation?]. Felsefelogos.
  • Morton, A. (2011). 'Geopolitik und passive Revolution' [Geopolitics and Passive Revolution]. In Benjamin Opratko and Oliver Prausmuller (Eds.), Gramsci globally: Neogramscianische Perspektiven in der Internationalen Politischen Okonomie [Neogramscianische perspectives in international political economy more], (pp. 184-203). Hamburg: Argument-Verlag GmbH.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Social forces in the struggle over hegemony: Neo-Gramscian perspectives in international political economy. In Marcus E. Green (Eds.), Rethinking Gramsci, (pp. 147-166). New York: Routledge.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2010). Poststructuralism and the Randomisation of History: the taboo of historical materialism. In Cerwyn Moore and Chris Farrands (Eds.), International Relations Theory and Philosophy: Interpretive dialogues, (pp. 157-171). London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Morton, A. (2010). The geopolitics of passive revolution. In Alexander Anievas (Eds.), Marxism and World Politics: Contesting global capitalism, (pp. 215-230). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2010). The Gordian Knot of Agency-Structure in International Relations: A Neo-Gramscian Perspective. In Mike ODonnell (Eds.), Structure and Agency, (pp. 71-99). London: Sage Publications.

Journals

  • Morton, A. (2014). 'Viajando con Gramsci: la esxpacialidad de la revolucion pasiva' (Travelling with Gramsci: The Spatiality of Passive Revolution). Acta Sociologica, 60 Forthcoming.
  • Hesketh, C., Morton, A. (2014). Spaces of Uneven Development and Class Struggle in Bolivia: Transformation or Trasformismo? Antipode: a radical journal of geography, 46(1), 149-169. [More Information]
  • Morton, A., Bieler, A., Bozkurt, S., Crook, M., Cruttenden, P., Erol, E., Tansel, B., Uzgoren, E. (2014). The Enduring Relevance of Rosa Luxemburg's 'The Accumulation of Capital'. Journal of International Relations and Development, 17 FORTHCOMING(4).
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2014). The Will-O'-Wisp of the Transnational State. Journal of Australian Political Economy, 72(Summer 2013/14), 23-51.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2014). Uneven and Combined Development and Unequal Exchange: The Second Wind of Neoliberal 'Free Trade'? Globalizations, 11(1), 35-45. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2013). The Limits of Sociological Marxism. Historical Materialism: research in critical Marxist theory, 21(1), 129-158. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2012). The War on Drugs in Mexico: a failed state? Third World Quarterly, 33(9), 1631-1645. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2011). Failed State Status and the War on Drugs in Mexico. Global Dialogue, 13(1).
  • Bieler, A., Bruff, I., Morton, A. (2010). Acorns and Fruit: From totalization to periodization in the critique of capitalism. Capital and Class, 34(1), 25-37. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2010). Reflections on Uneven Development: Mexican Revolution, Primitive Accumulation, Passive Revolution. Third World Quarterly, 37(170), 7-34. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2010). The Continuum of Passive Revolution. Capital and Class, 34(3), 315-342. [More Information]
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2008). The Deficits of Discourse in IPE: turning base metal into gold? International Studies Quarterly, 21(1), 103-128. [More Information]

Edited Journals

  • Morton, A. (2010). Approaching Passive Revolutions: Special edited issue of Capital & Class. Capital and Class, 34(3). [More Information]

Conferences

  • Morton, A. (2013). Keynote Address. Interrogating the Global: Challenges for the Social Sciences, UiB Global, University of Bergen, Norway.
  • Morton, A. (2013). Spaces of Uneven Development and Class Struggle in Bolivia: Transformation or Trasformismo? 16th International Conference on 'New Political Science', Universidad de Habana/ Cuba.
  • Morton, A. (2013). The Architecture of Passive Revolution: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico. 8th Rethinking Marxism International Conference 'Surplus, Solidarity, Sufficiency', University of Massechusetts, Amherst, USA.
  • Morton, A. (2012). The Architecture of Passive Revolution: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico. 9th Annual Historical Materialism Conference, 'Weighs Like a Nightmare', School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)/ London.
  • Morton, A. (2012). The Architecture of Passive Revolution: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico. 48th Annual Society of Latin American Studies (SLAS), University of Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2012). The Architecture of Passive Revolution: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico. The First Spectrum Conference on Global Studies on 'Historical Sociology, Historical Materialism and International Relations', Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2012). Uneven and Combined Development and Unequal Exchange: The Second Wind of Neoliberal "Free Trade"? Integrating Global Society (IGS) Workshop 'Globalisations: The Return of History or the End of the Future?, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2011). A Critique of Passive Revolution in Turkey: The Limits of Sociological Marxism. Paper presented at the conference 'Religion, Civil Society and Political Society in Gramsci', Buyukada, Istanbul.
  • Morton, A., Bieler, A. (2011). Axis of Evil or Access to Diesel?: Spaces of New Imperialism and the Iraq War. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Historical Materialism Conference, Spaces of Capital, Moments of Struggle, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)/ London.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Contesting Failed State Status and the War on Drugs in Mexico. Neoliberal Crisis Management and the Reorganisation of the Global Capitalism, Simon Fraser University/ Vancouver.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Desarrollo desigual y revolucion/restauracion en Mexico [Uneven Development and Revolution/Restoration in Mexico]. Paper Presented at the Center for Sociological Studies in the Faculty of Political and Social Ciencas, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2011). The will-o-the-wisp of the Transnational State. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, Le Sheraton, Montreal, Quebec Canada.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Travelling with Gramsci: the spatiality of passive revolution. IV Seminario Cientifico Internacional: ' Teoria Politica do de Mesquita Filho' [IV International Scientific Seminar: 'Political Theory de Mesquita Filho'], UNESP/ Marilla, Brazil.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Travelling with Gramsci: the spatiality of passive revolution. Seminário Internacional Comemorativo dos 120 anos de Nascimento de Antonio Gramsci: ‘Gramsci Histórico’ [Commemorative International Seminar 120 Years of Birth of Antonio Gramsci: 'Gramsci History'], Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO) / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2011). Uneven and Combined Development and Unequal Exchange: The Second Wind of Neoliberal "Free Trade"? Trade Unions, Free Trade and the Problem of Transnational Solidarity, Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ), University of Nottingham.
  • Morton, A. (2010). Antonio Gramsci and the Lyon Theses: The Dialectics of Living History. New Insights into Gramsci's Life and Work, Royal Holloway, University of London, London, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2010). Antonio Gramsci and the Lyon Theses: The Dialectics of Living History. Manchester Workshop in Political Theory, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2010). Producing Uneven Development: State Formation, Capital Accumulation and Industrialisation in Latin America. Standing Group of International Relations (SGIR) 7th Pan-European International Relations Conference, Stockholm City Conference Centre, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Morton, A. (2009). Antonio Gramsci and the Lyon Theses: The Dialectics of Living History. Sixth Annual Conference; Another World is Necessary: Crisis, Struggle and Political Alternatives, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)/ London.
  • Morton, A. (2009). Travelling with Gramsci: The spatiality of passive revolution. Workshop on 'Gramscian Geographies', Royal Holloway, University of London, London, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2008). Invited Speaker. International Relations and the Politics of Discourse, Department of International Relations, University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2008). Reflections on Uneven Development: Mexican Revolution, Primitive Accumulation, Passive Revolution. 5th Annual Historical Materialism Conference, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)/ London.

Report

  • Morton, A. (2012). 'Stubbornness and Blindness: Understanding Mexico's Neoliberal "Transition', NACLA: Report on the Americas, 46:1 (2012): 28-33.

2014

  • Morton, A., Bieler, A., Bruff, I. (2014). 'Antonio Gramsci and 'the international': Past, Present and Future'. In Mark McNally (Eds.), Antonio Gramsci.
  • Morton, A. (2014). 'Viajando con Gramsci: la esxpacialidad de la revolucion pasiva' (Travelling with Gramsci: The Spatiality of Passive Revolution). Acta Sociologica, 60 Forthcoming.
  • Morton, A., Bieler, A. (2014). Neo-Gramscian Perspectives. In Siegfried Schieder and Manuela Spindler (Eds.), Theories of International Relations 2014. London: Routledge (Taylor and Francis).
  • Hesketh, C., Morton, A. (2014). Spaces of Uneven Development and Class Struggle in Bolivia: Transformation or Trasformismo? Antipode: a radical journal of geography, 46(1), 149-169. [More Information]
  • Morton, A., Bieler, A., Bozkurt, S., Crook, M., Cruttenden, P., Erol, E., Tansel, B., Uzgoren, E. (2014). The Enduring Relevance of Rosa Luxemburg's 'The Accumulation of Capital'. Journal of International Relations and Development, 17 FORTHCOMING(4).
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2014). The Will-O'-Wisp of the Transnational State. Journal of Australian Political Economy, 72(Summer 2013/14), 23-51.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2014). Uneven and Combined Development and Unequal Exchange: The Second Wind of Neoliberal 'Free Trade'? Globalizations, 11(1), 35-45. [More Information]

2013

  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2013). Hegemonia, orden mundial y cambio historico: siguiendo el camino de la teoria critica. Perspectivas neogramscianas en las relaciones internacionales. In Julian Kay and Rodrigo Pascual (Eds.), Integrados () Debates sobre las relaciones internacionales y la integracion regional latinoamericana y europea, (pp. 23-42). Argentina: Imago Mundi.
  • Morton, A. (2013). Keynote Address. Interrogating the Global: Challenges for the Social Sciences, UiB Global, University of Bergen, Norway.
  • Morton, A. (2013). Revolution and State in Modern Mexico: The Political Economy of Uneven Development. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Morton, A. (2013). Spaces of Uneven Development and Class Struggle in Bolivia: Transformation or Trasformismo? 16th International Conference on 'New Political Science', Universidad de Habana/ Cuba.
  • Morton, A. (2013). The Architecture of Passive Revolution: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico. 8th Rethinking Marxism International Conference 'Surplus, Solidarity, Sufficiency', University of Massechusetts, Amherst, USA.
  • Morton, A. (2013). The Limits of Sociological Marxism. Historical Materialism: research in critical Marxist theory, 21(1), 129-158. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2013). Traveling with Gramsci: The Spatiality of Passive Revolution. In Michael Ekers, Gillian Hart, Stefan Kipfer, Alex Loftus (Eds.), Gramsci: Space, Nature, Politics, (pp. 47-64). Chichester, United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons.

2012

  • Morton, A. (2012). 'Stubbornness and Blindness: Understanding Mexico's Neoliberal "Transition', NACLA: Report on the Americas, 46:1 (2012): 28-33.
  • Morton, A. (2012). A idade do Absolutism: capitalismo, o estado-sistema moderno e relacoes internacionais [The Age of Absolutism: Capitalism, the Modern States-System and International Relations]. In Aggio Alberto Luiz Sergio Henriques and Giuseppe Vacca (Eds.), Contemporary Uses Gramsci. Brasilia: Astrojildo Pereira Foundation.
  • Morton, A. (2012). The Architecture of Passive Revolution: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico. 9th Annual Historical Materialism Conference, 'Weighs Like a Nightmare', School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)/ London.
  • Morton, A. (2012). The Architecture of Passive Revolution: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico. 48th Annual Society of Latin American Studies (SLAS), University of Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2012). The Architecture of Passive Revolution: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico. The First Spectrum Conference on Global Studies on 'Historical Sociology, Historical Materialism and International Relations', Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara.
  • Morton, A. (2012). The War on Drugs in Mexico: a failed state? Third World Quarterly, 33(9), 1631-1645. [More Information]
  • Morton, A., Tansel, B. (2012). Turkiye'de Pasif Devrim ve Hegemony: Kavramsal Bir Yanilsama mi? [Passive Revolution and Hegemony in Turkey: A Case of Conceptual Conflation?]. Felsefelogos.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2012). Uneven and Combined Development and Unequal Exchange: The Second Wind of Neoliberal "Free Trade"? Integrating Global Society (IGS) Workshop 'Globalisations: The Return of History or the End of the Future?, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.

2011

  • Morton, A. (2011). 'Geopolitik und passive Revolution' [Geopolitics and Passive Revolution]. In Benjamin Opratko and Oliver Prausmuller (Eds.), Gramsci globally: Neogramscianische Perspektiven in der Internationalen Politischen Okonomie [Neogramscianische perspectives in international political economy more], (pp. 184-203). Hamburg: Argument-Verlag GmbH.
  • Morton, A. (2011). A Critique of Passive Revolution in Turkey: The Limits of Sociological Marxism. Paper presented at the conference 'Religion, Civil Society and Political Society in Gramsci', Buyukada, Istanbul.
  • Morton, A., Bieler, A. (2011). Axis of Evil or Access to Diesel?: Spaces of New Imperialism and the Iraq War. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Historical Materialism Conference, Spaces of Capital, Moments of Struggle, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)/ London.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Contesting Failed State Status and the War on Drugs in Mexico. Neoliberal Crisis Management and the Reorganisation of the Global Capitalism, Simon Fraser University/ Vancouver.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Desarrollo desigual y revolucion/restauracion en Mexico [Uneven Development and Revolution/Restoration in Mexico]. Paper Presented at the Center for Sociological Studies in the Faculty of Political and Social Ciencas, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Failed State Status and the War on Drugs in Mexico. Global Dialogue, 13(1).
  • Morton, A. (2011). Gramsci'yi Çözümlemek: Küresel Politik İktisatta Hegemonya ve Pasif Devrim [Unravelling Gramsci: Hegemony and Passive Revolution in the Global Political Economy]. Turkey: Kalkedon Publishing.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Revolution and State in Modern Mexico: The Political Economy of Uneven Development. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Social forces in the struggle over hegemony: Neo-Gramscian perspectives in international political economy. In Marcus E. Green (Eds.), Rethinking Gramsci, (pp. 147-166). New York: Routledge.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2011). The will-o-the-wisp of the Transnational State. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, Le Sheraton, Montreal, Quebec Canada.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Travelling with Gramsci: the spatiality of passive revolution. IV Seminario Cientifico Internacional: ' Teoria Politica do de Mesquita Filho' [IV International Scientific Seminar: 'Political Theory de Mesquita Filho'], UNESP/ Marilla, Brazil.
  • Morton, A. (2011). Travelling with Gramsci: the spatiality of passive revolution. Seminário Internacional Comemorativo dos 120 anos de Nascimento de Antonio Gramsci: ‘Gramsci Histórico’ [Commemorative International Seminar 120 Years of Birth of Antonio Gramsci: 'Gramsci History'], Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO) / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2011). Uneven and Combined Development and Unequal Exchange: The Second Wind of Neoliberal "Free Trade"? Trade Unions, Free Trade and the Problem of Transnational Solidarity, Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ), University of Nottingham.

2010

  • Bieler, A., Bruff, I., Morton, A. (2010). Acorns and Fruit: From totalization to periodization in the critique of capitalism. Capital and Class, 34(1), 25-37. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2010). Antonio Gramsci and the Lyon Theses: The Dialectics of Living History. New Insights into Gramsci's Life and Work, Royal Holloway, University of London, London, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2010). Antonio Gramsci and the Lyon Theses: The Dialectics of Living History. Manchester Workshop in Political Theory, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2010). Approaching Passive Revolutions: Special edited issue of Capital & Class. Capital and Class, 34(3). [More Information]
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2010). Poststructuralism and the Randomisation of History: the taboo of historical materialism. In Cerwyn Moore and Chris Farrands (Eds.), International Relations Theory and Philosophy: Interpretive dialogues, (pp. 157-171). London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Morton, A. (2010). Producing Uneven Development: State Formation, Capital Accumulation and Industrialisation in Latin America. Standing Group of International Relations (SGIR) 7th Pan-European International Relations Conference, Stockholm City Conference Centre, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Morton, A. (2010). Reflections on Uneven Development: Mexican Revolution, Primitive Accumulation, Passive Revolution. Third World Quarterly, 37(170), 7-34. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2010). The Continuum of Passive Revolution. Capital and Class, 34(3), 315-342. [More Information]
  • Morton, A. (2010). The geopolitics of passive revolution. In Alexander Anievas (Eds.), Marxism and World Politics: Contesting global capitalism, (pp. 215-230). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2010). The Gordian Knot of Agency-Structure in International Relations: A Neo-Gramscian Perspective. In Mike ODonnell (Eds.), Structure and Agency, (pp. 71-99). London: Sage Publications.

2009

  • Morton, A. (2009). Antonio Gramsci and the Lyon Theses: The Dialectics of Living History. Sixth Annual Conference; Another World is Necessary: Crisis, Struggle and Political Alternatives, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)/ London.
  • Morton, A. (2009). Travelling with Gramsci: The spatiality of passive revolution. Workshop on 'Gramscian Geographies', Royal Holloway, University of London, London, United Kingdom.

2008

  • Morton, A. (2008). Invited Speaker. International Relations and the Politics of Discourse, Department of International Relations, University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom.
  • Morton, A. (2008). Reflections on Uneven Development: Mexican Revolution, Primitive Accumulation, Passive Revolution. 5th Annual Historical Materialism Conference, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)/ London.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2008). The Deficits of Discourse in IPE: turning base metal into gold? International Studies Quarterly, 21(1), 103-128. [More Information]

2007

  • Morton, A. (2007). Unravelling Gramsci: Hegemony and Passive Revolution in the Global Political Economy. Ann Arbor: Pluto Press.

2006

  • Bieler, A., Bonefeld, W., Burnham, P., Morton, A. (2006). Global Restructuring, State, Capital and Labour: Contesting neo-Gramscian Perspectives. London: Palgrave.
  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2006). Images of Gramsci: Connections and Contentions in Political Theory and International Relations. London: Routledge.

2001

  • Bieler, A., Morton, A. (2001). Social Forces in the Making of the New Europe: The Restructuring of European Social Relations in the Global Political Economy. London: Palgrave.

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