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Call for Submissions to “The Anarchist Feminist Turn: Embodying Care, Engendering Love,” an anthology edited by Cindy Milstein 

The aspirations of anarchism have always, at their heart, revolved around what could be understood as “feminist” ethics—self-determination, voluntaristic and consensual association, egalitarian relationships, and loving freely as well as queerly, to mention a few. Moreover, the bulk of what we anarchists have actually done in practice, and still do, imperfectly and yet beautifully, falls under the banner of self-organized collective care, freely gifted—or again, what could be seen as feminist ethics.

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State Of War, An Excerpt From “The Nation On No Map: Black Anarchism & Abolition” By William C. Anderson

A selection from the upcoming book, The Nation on No Map: Black Anarchism & Abolition, by William C Anderson, out soon from AK Press.

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KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library No. 103, September 2021

The latest issue of the bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library is out now.

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Some Reflections on Tame Words from a Wild Heart (by Jean Weir) and the Distillation of Core Insurrectionist Concepts

Introduction

In a lot of ways it is difficult to imagine where I, personally, or insurrectionism in the English speaking world would be without the constant contributions of Jean Weir. In running Elephant Editions, and participating in other projects to network with non-English speaking insurrectionists and translating their work, she has been largely responsible for the rise of insurrectionism and the repositioning of the anarchist project around a push for immediacy, and away from arbitrary speculation about some hypothetical future.

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Anarchy 2022 – St-Imier July 28-31 – International Anti-Authoritarian Gathering

From 28th to 31st July 2022 a meeting will be held in St-Imier (Jura, Switzerland, CH) to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Congress of St-Imier which, in 1872, saw the foundation of the Anti-Authoritarian International, an event marking the birth of the organized anarchist movement.

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Aotearoa Workers’ Solidarity Movement (AWSM): Statement on 85th Anniversary of the Spanish Revolution

Statement by the Aotearoa Workers’ Solidarity Movement (AWSM)on the 85th Anniversary of the Spanish Revolution.

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Price on Laursen, ‘The Operating System: An Anarchist Theory of the Modern State’

Review of Laursen’s new book on anarchism and the state. Eric Laursen proposes a new anarchist theory of the nature of the modern state, discussing its relation to capitalism and all other forms of oppression. His important discussion has both strong and weak aspects. Published on H-Socialisms (July, 2021) Commissioned by Gary Roth (Rutgers University – Newark).

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A history of the Belfast Anarchists

Belfast. Northern Ireland. Some of the work of the Belfast Anarchists has been documented over the years, however this one by Michael Hall is worth circulating as a historical document.

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