Perspectives on Anarchist Theory: Issue No. 29, Anarcha-Feminisms

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Back in stock by popular demand, and reprinted in 2020 this issue contains essays on the history of anarcha-feminism, the ways in which anarchism falls short from a feminist perspective, and the relation between anarchism and feminism. It also contains essays on how Black feminism informs anarchism, women in prison, eco-queer indigenous anarchist feminism, language and exclusion, and an anarchist feminist manifesto. Further, it contains graphics on anarchism and feminism by Cindy Crabb, the creator of the ‘zine Doris, book reviews, and much more.

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Perspectives on Anarchist Theory is a journal published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies. The journal includes recent essays by IAS-supported writers and translators, features with anarchist views on contemporary issues, book reviews, updates, and more.

Back in stock by popular demand, reprinted in 2020, this issue contains essays on the history of anarcha-feminism, the ways in which anarchism falls short from a feminist perspective, and the relation between anarchism and feminism. It also contains essays on how Black feminism informs anarchism, women in prison, eco-queer indigenous anarchist feminism, language and exclusion, and an anarchist feminist manifesto. Further, it contains graphics on anarchism and feminism by Cindy Crabb, the creator of the ‘zine Doris, book reviews, and much more.

Originally Released: 2016. Reprint: 2020. Pages: 148.

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Weight 7.2 oz
Dimensions 5.5 × 0.4 × 8.1 in
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2016