On Violence and Rebels

By Luigi Celentano

On Wednesday, February 24, 1932, at 1:32 p.m. the car carrying Investigations Police Captain Luis Pardeiro Sontie, driven by the assigned chauffeur José Chebel Seluja, was ambushed at the intersection of Artigas Boulevard and Monte Caseros Street, in downtown Montevideo. The scene looked like mob … Read more

Get a copy of the current Transformations issue of Perspectives on Anarchist Theory by clicking here! What’s in this issue you ask? TABLE OF CONTENTS: PERSPECTIVES ON ANARCHIST THEORY, n33, 2023 Introduction: Transformations by Lara Messersmith-Glavin, in which she weaves together themes of tarot and change, asking “Whose … Read more

Hydropower: A Review by Maia Ramnath

Undrowned, by Alexis Pauline Gumbs (AK Press, 2020) and The Deep, by Rivers Solomon (Gallery/Saga Press, 2019)   It begins with breath. That is, it begins with the planetary cycle of respiration connecting forest, ocean, air, and every creature. Alexis Pauline Gumbs’s Undrowned: Black Feminist … Read more


Jewish Anarchism

by Shane Burley

A Review of No Masters But God, by Hayyim Rothman, (Manchester University Press, 2021) If anarchists know Jewish history at all, it is likely the role of Jewish radicalism in the political battles of the early 20th century. Jews made up huge portions of the anarchist … Read more

"ON PSALMS AND BONE," by Holly Hardin (Gallery of the Streets)

Power Within

by Cindy Crabb

“We are in such an unprecedented moment of global uprisings that fall against the backdrop of a global pandemic which is against the backdrop of institutionalized and historical racism and racialized oppression in this country and across the world. In the midst of that, we … Read more