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Anarchist Studies Vol 20 *1

Anarchist Studies Vol 20 *1

Anarchist Studies is an inter-disciplinary journal of scholarly research into the history, culture and theory of anarchism.

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In this issue of Anarchist Studies Brian Schill presents a critique of anti-copyright in a theoretical analysis of contemporary postanarchism; Chris Dixon looks at anti-capitalist protest in the US and Canada to explore the links between anti-authoritarianism and anarchism; Daniel Jaeckle explores the anarchist ethical imagination of Ursula Le Guin, in a discussion of The Dispossessed; John Quintus ploughs the archives to examine the anarchism of Louisa Bevington and Iain McKay re-considers the anarchist influence on syndicalism, in a reply to Ralph Darlington's article publishes in AS 17:2.

 

Anarchist Studies is an inter-disciplinary journal of scholarly research into the history, culture and theory of anarchism, edited by Ruth Kinna. It publishes papers on three broad themes:

the re-evaluation of the anarchist record, considering issues of culture, philosophy and political action
the potential future of anarchism as a current of critical political action
the application of anarchist ideas as an instrument of research

Recent highlights include special issues on sexuality, and on science-fiction, and articles on Tolstoy, Daoism, Locke and post-structuralism.

'There has been a remarkable surge of interest in anarchist thought and practice in recent years. Anarchist Studies has played an important part in this revival with serious and constructive inquiries into anarchism's historical experience and animating ideas, and valuable contributions to enriching and deepening them'
Noam Chomsky

'Many academic journals are interchangeable, but Anarchist Studies is full of material you will discover nowhere else' Colin Ward



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