Anarchist Studies Journal

Anarchist Studies (2009) Volume 17, Issue 2
Contents:
Guest Editorial by Paul Chambers and Norry LaPorte
The syndicalist encounter with Bolshevism by Reiner Tosstorff
Syndicalism and the influence of anarchism in France, Italy and Spain by Ralph Darlington
Herald of the future? Emma Goldman, Friedrich Nietzsche and the anarchist as superman by Kevin Morgan
Review Articles:
Searching for an anarchist sociology by Dana Williams
Anarchist theory and the pitfalls of the reductio ad politicum by Nathan J. Jun
Reviews:
Chris Carlsson, Nowtopia: How pirate programmers, outlaw bicyclists and vacant lot gardeners are inventing the future today! reviewed by Lucy Sargisson
Stuart Christie, We, the Anarchists! A Study of the Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI) 1927-1937 reviewed by Richard Cleminson
V.V. Damye, A Forgotten International: The International Anarcho-Syndicalist Movement Between the Wars – Vol. 1: From Revolutionary Syndicalism to Anarcho-Syndicalism, 1918-1930; Vol. 2: International Anarcho-Syndicalism during the Great Depression and the Rise of Fascism, 1930-1939. reviewed by Dmitri I. Roublev
Félix Fénéon, Novels in Three Lines Translated and introduced by Luc Sante reviewed by Judy Greenway
Keith Flett (ed.), 1956 and All That reviewed by David Goodway
Wayne Price, The Abolition of the State: Anarchist and Marxist Perspectives reviewed by Saku Pinta
Nicolas Walter (ed. David Goodway), The Anarchist Past and Other Essays reviewed by Keith Hodgson
Damian F. White, Bookchin: A Critical Appraisal reviewed by Saku Pinta

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