Antonio Gramsci's Prison Notebooks, written between 1929 and 1935, are the work of one of the outstanding and most original thinkers in Western Europe. With meticulous scholarship, Derek Boothman has made available an invaluable selection of Gramsci's work. This volume brings together Gramsci's writings on religion, education, science, philosophy, and economic theory. The theme that links these writings is the investigation of ideology at its different levels, and the structures that embody and reproduce it. Concepts such as subalternity and corporate consciousness, hegemony and the building of a counter hegemony, recur throughout the book. Further Selections from the Prison Notebooks is an important addition to the corpus of work available to English-speaking scholars of Gramsci, useful to a wide audience of both scholars and public intellectuals, including historians, philosophers, political scientists, literary theorists, and critics.