Are you an organizer or activist engaged in movement work? Are you interested in taking time to reflect on the lessons and ideals of this work in order to help advance anarchist and anti-authoritarian theory and praxis? Do you have ideas, experiences, or questions that you would like to develop and share with a wider audience?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, the Perspectives on Anarchist Theory editorial collective would like to hear from you. As the global political terrain continues to shift and tremble, it is crucial that those of us with visions of a free society share our work and ideas so that we can create a solid, common foundation on which to build a better world.
The new issue of Perspectives on Anarchist Theory is now available from AK Press.
Here’s what’s inside:
* Introduction, Lara Messersmith-Glavin
* Elsipogtog: River of Fire, Andréa Schmidt
* Theatre and the Art of Transgression, Tamara Lynne
* Octavia’s Brood: An Interview with Walidah Imarisha, Lara Messersmith-Glavin
* Liberating Linguistics, Alexander Reid Ross
* Do-It-Yourself Strategies for Revolutionary Study Groups, Mamos Rotnelli
* “Strict Discipline Combined with Social Equality”: Orwell on Leadership in the Spanish Militias, Kristian Williams
* Building Revolutionary Anarchism, Colin O’Malley
* The Heist of East 13th Street, Jackson Smith
* The Black Freedom Struggle: An Anarchist Perspective, Jonathan W. Hutto Sr.
* Refusing the Planetary Work Machine, Kevin Van Meter
* Insurgent Health, Javier Sethness-Castro
* The Violence of Bureaucracy, Dalel Benbabaali
* We All Have a Stake, We All Have Contributions to Make, Andrew Cornell
Contents * Announcing Our 2014 Grantees * The Next Grant Application Deadline * Forthcoming issue of Perspectives on Anarchist Theory * Newest Title in Our Anarchist Interventions Book Series * Reminder about Our New, Improved IAS Web Site * Recent IAS Events * Help … Read more
Judith Arcana received a writing grant for this work. Check it out!
Judith Arcana received a writing grant to help her finish this. Check it out.
Judith Arcana received a grant to help her write this. Check it out!
China Martens received an IAS writing grant for this project about some evolving strategies that Kidz City Baltimore developed while organizing. Check it out!
As always, we had a difficult time deciding on our grantees, given that we received many worthy applications for writing and translation projects during each round. We’d like to congratulate all the following people on their IAS grant awards! Here’s a glimpse of their upcoming projects:
“A Criminal with a Noble Face”: Oscar Wilde’s Encounters with the Victorian Gaol by Kristian Williams Prologue: A Visit to An American Jail During his American tour of 1882, Oscar Wilde visited Lincoln, Nebraska, and lectured there propounding the doctrines of the aestheticist movement with … Read more
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