Anarchist Studies Journal

Anarchist Studies (2007) Volume 15, Issue 2
Contents:
ANARCHIST STUDIES: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE by Sharif Gemie
1) A brief history of Anarchist Studies (so far) by LEWIS CALL
2) Anarchist theory: what should be done? by BRIAN MARTIN
3) Facilitating diversity: Some thoughts on being a book reviews editor by JON PURKIS
4) Such, such were the joys: Confessions of an anarcho-editorialist by SHARIF GEMIE
5) Epilogue by RUTH KINNA
What is anarchist literary theory? by JESSE COHN
Deleuze, Derrida, and anarchism by NATHAN J. JUN
Lysander Spooner’s critique of the social contract by STEVE J. SHONE
Reviews:
Political Economy from Below – Economic Thought in Communitarian Anarchism, 1840 – 1914, by Rob Knowles reviewed by John Quail
The British Folk Revival (1944-2002) by Michael Brocken reviewed by James ‘Bar’ Bowen
Resisting Our Culture of Conformity: In the Hills of Southern Ohio and in the Groves of Academe by Wayne Burns reviewed by David Goodway
Bakunin: The Creative Passion by Mark Leier reviewed by Brian Morris

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