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Anarchist Studies Vol 19 *2

Anarchist Studies Vol 19 *2

Volume 19 | Number 2 | 2011  A special Colin Ward issue.

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This special issue of Anarchist Studies celebrates the life and work of Colin Ward, one of the best known anarchist writers of his generation and his work on children and play, urban architecture and plotlands, squatting and criminology, water resources and public transportation - to name a few pursuits - broadened his appeal to a wide range of architects, historians social scientists and activists - as well as anarchists. Ward was the editor of Anarchy (1961-1970), perhaps the best English language anarchist revue.

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Introduction: Colin Ward (1924-2010) Carl Levy

Colin Ward: Sower of anarchist ideas Peter Marshall

'The man who knows his village' Colin Ward and Freedom Press Pietro Di Paola

Colin Ward and the New Left David Goodway

Colin Ward and Kropotkin's legacy Brian Morris

Colin Ward: anarchism and social policy Carissa Honeywell

Colin Ward: Anarchy and organisation Robert Graham

Social anarchism, lifestyle anarchism, and the anarchism of Colin Ward Stuart White

REVIEWS

Mohammed A. Bamyeh, Anarchy as Order: the History of Civic Humanity Reviewed by Alex Prichard

Ross Bradshaw, Ben Ward, Harriet Ward and Ken Worpole (eds.), Remembering Colin Ward, 1924-2010
Reviewed by Sharif Gemie

Stuart Christie & Albert Meltzer, The Floodgates of Anarchy
Reviewed by Keith Hodgson

Ronald Creagh, Utopies Américaines: Expériences libertaires du XIXe siècle à nos jours
Reviewed by John Clark

Costas Douzinas and Slavoj Zizek (eds.), The Idea of Communism
Reviewed by Brian Morris

Simon Fairlie, Meat: A Benign Extravagance
Reviewed by Matt Wilson

Paul Goodman New Reformation
Reviewed by Carissa Honeywell

Jamie Heckert and Richard Cleminson (eds.), Anarchism & Sexuality. Ethics, Relationships and Power
Reviewed by Gwendolyn Windpassinger

Gustav Landauer, Revolution and Other Writings: A Political Reader,
Edited and translated by Gabriel Kuhn
Reviewed by Matt Wilson

Sheila Rowbotham, Dreamers of a New Day
Reviewed by Brian Morris

Derek Wall, The Rise of the Green Left: Inside the Worldwide Ecosocialist Movement
Reviewed by Brian Morris

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