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  • Beyond the State and Capitalism: The Current Anarchist Movement in Italy
    • Abstract: In Italy, anarchists are visible—that is, appear in the mainstream media— only when they are involved in violent protest events, such as the 27th G8 summit protest in Genoa in 2001, or in illegal activities, such as the occupation of social spaces and the sabotage involved in the resistance against the high-speed railway in the north of Italy (NO TAV movement). On the other hand, when they are not shown as terrorists or violent, they are studied as historical subjects. Indeed, if we look in specialized journals or publications like Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, Anarchist Studies, Estudios—Revista de Pensamiento Libertarios, AK Press, and so on, we can find articles and books on “the Italian knights of ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Women’s Liberation and Sixties Armed Resistance
    • Abstract: On 9 October 1969, about 50–70 women from the Weatherman gathered at Grant Park in Chicago to march toward the city’s Armed Forces Induction Center.1 The Weatherman was made up of extremists from the national New Left group, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), and was later referred to as the “Weather Underground.” The Weatherwomen, including Bernardine Dohrn, Cathy Wilkerson, and Diana Oughton, had planned to shut down the draft board office as an antiwar demonstration.2 They were wearing helmets, heavy gloves, and boots and were carrying Vietcong flags—a few women were even holding wooden sticks and pipes.3 Facing hundreds of police, they could go no farther than half a block, and a dozen women were ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Red Scare Scholarship, Class Conflict, and the Case of the Anarchist Union
           of Russian Workers, 1919
    • Abstract: On Friday night, 7 November 1919, U.S. government personnel raided dozens of Union of Russian Workers (URW) locals in at least 18 cities and towns across eight states, arresting 1,182 Russian immigrants suspected of being anarchist members of the URW. Nearly all were beaten up and bloodied while agents ransacked the buildings, smashing windows, furniture, and stairwells. Orchestrated by the Justice Department via its Bureau of Investigation (BI), the objectives of the so-called Palmer raids, named after U.S. Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer, were to round up everyone present, secure internal URW papers, and eventually deport as many members as possible to destroy the organization. Of the people detained ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Postanarchist Literary Theory and the Experiment: Some Preliminary Notes
    • Abstract: Although some work has been done (by Lewis Call, Allan Antiff, Sandra Jeppesen, and others) to incorporate postanarchism into an already politicized literary studies, this work typically involves prose or explicitly political poetry. While the ways that postanarchism lends itself to political work are clear, this article argues that postanarchism provides an excellent mode for approaching the contemporary experimental poem with its challenges to representation, authorial power, and reader engagement. As literary studies works to become more practical and more in line with activist movements of all kinds, it would seem that postanarchism, in its desire to reframe and rethink our ontological and ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Memory, Revenge, and Political Violence: Two Case Studies in Greek Fiction
    • Abstract: Combined considerations of the terms “political violence” and “fiction” normally fall within two contiguous research fields, each employing disparate theoretical frameworks, methodological tools, and sets of questions. Scholars from disciplines as diverse as political sociology, cultural studies, and cultural anthropology attempting to move beyond absolutist or deceptively objectivist accounts of violence focus on its status as a variable, contextually specific discursive construction pertinent to politically motivated narratives.1 The second approach deals with representations of political violence in various cultural forms and genres (films, theater productions, novels, etc.), raising questions regarding ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Revolutionary Man in Naxalite Literature
    • Abstract: The only writer of history with the gift of setting alight the sparks of hope in the past is the one who is convinced of this: that not even the dead will be safe from the enemy, if he is victorious. And this enemy has not ceased to be victorious. An extraordinary people’s movement shook India in the late sixties under the auspices of Maoist political philosophy and revolutionary strategy, where impoverished peasants and tribals joined hands with Communist Party leaders and urban radicals from Calcutta, West Bengal, to stage an armed insurrection against the state, landlords, and the police. The Naxalite movement of 1967, named after the village of Naxalbari in West Bengal where it first erupted, held ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Freud over Marx: Christopher Lasch’s Antiradical Evolution
    • Abstract: American social critic Christopher Lasch’s unflinching style and caustic tone welcomed contention. He was one of the most widely cited and admired but also controversial historians of the late twentieth century. This essay examines how Lasch’s defensive interpretation of Freud and psychoanalytics led to Lasch’s eventual rejection of radical political thought and, eventually, a defense of populism as a general philosophy. Rejecting Marx coincided with Lasch’s increasing identification with Freud, spelling the end of Lasch’s time as a leftist activist. Salvaging Freud from “cultural revisionism” provided the underpinning for Lasch’s critiques of the New Left Lasch argued misinterpretations of Freud and all ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Wrong Hands: Popular Weapons Manuals and Their Historic Challenges to
           a Democratic Society by Ann Larabee (review)
    • Abstract: The Wrong Hands is a comprehensive historical examination of popular weapons manuals, the implications of their challenge to authority, and the constitutional questions they raise about free speech and security. From the 1886 Haymarket Square bombing to the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon in 2013, historian Ann Larabee analyzes how these do-it-yourself manuals influenced radical activity and the government’s response to a threat that oftentimes was exaggerated. She begins with the trial of the Haymarket anarchists. Because the evidence against August Spies and his codefendants was meager, the prosecution zeroed in on the anarchists’ admiration of one of the first popular weapons manuals to surface in ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Sasha and Emma: The Anarchist Odyssey of Alexander Berkman and Emma
           Goldman by Paul Avrich and Karen Avrich (review)
    • Abstract: After historian Paul Avrich’s death in 2006, Karen Avrich spent six years completing her father’s manuscript on the relationship between renowned anarchists Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman. Sasha and Emma is Paul Avrich’s 11th book and reflects 40 years of his research into the lives of these “dauntless radicals” (x). Written as a dual biography, it interweaves the stories of the two immigrants who embraced anarchism because of oppression in late nineteenth-century tsarist Russia and economic inequality in the United States. Although Berkman and Goldman shared a utopian dream, Paul and Karen Avrich contrast Berkman’s sometimes taciturn personality and rigid conformity to his principles with Goldman’s ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Psychedelic Mysticism: Transforming Consciousness, Religious Experiences,
           and Voluntary Peasants in Postwar America by Morgan Shipley (review)
    • Abstract: One of my favorite courses to teach at my university is titled “America in the 1960s.” For at least one week during this course, I ask my students to consider the role of LSD and other psychedelics in the religious awakening that seemed to occur during the decade. To my disappointment, however, I find most students unable or unwilling to entertain the idea that these substances could be used for anything more than simply getting high. Morgan Shipley’s new book, Psychedelic Mysticism: Transforming Consciousness, Religious Experiences, and Voluntary Peasants in Postwar America, is going to prove quite helpful in my attempt to persuade my students to take seriously the connections between psychedelic drugs ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Trying Home: The Rise and Fall of an Anarchist Utopia on Puget Sound by
           Justin Wadland (review)
    • Abstract: Justin Wadland’s Trying Home: The Rise and Fall of an Anarchist Utopia on Puget Sound investigates the establishment, struggle for acceptance, and premature dissolution of a short-lived experimental community in the Pacific Northwest. Home’s history has previously been considered in Charles LeWarne’s Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885–1915, and Paul Avrich collected several firsthand accounts from the last surviving former members in Anarchist Voices: An Oral History of Anarchism in America (which, somewhat surprisingly, Wadland does not cite). Trying Home, though, is the first book-length treatment of the colony. Founded in 1896 with the ideal of providing a workable, freer alternative to the brutal ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The East Is Black: Cold War China in the Black Radical Imagination by
           Robeson Taj Frazier (review)
    • Abstract: China–United States relations is a large historical subject. Robeson Taj Frazier’s The East Is Black: Cold War China in the Black Radical Imagination is an important contribution to this scholarship. The book examines how some African American radical thinkers represented their solidarity and interactions with communist China during their visits there between 1949 and 1976. These radicals saw a link between antiblack racism and the rise of the United States as a world power; they thought that racial injustices “at home” were not isolated from developments in the wider world caused by their country and its allies, including white supremacy, imperialism, free-trade capitalism, militarism, and corporate ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • In Search of Power: African Americans in the Era of Decolonization,
           1956–1974 by Brenda Gayle Plummer (review)
    • Abstract: African American internationalism and global black history are emerging new fields that can help scholars better understand the intersections of modern pan-Africanism, civil rights, decolonization, and “Black Power” in a global context. Brenda Gayle Plummer’s In Search of Power: African Americans in the Era of Decolonization, 1956–1974 is a welcomed and important contribution to these burgeoning new areas of inquiry. In Search of Power asks two important questions: “Why did a militant international racial discourse emerge before the ink on the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was dry?” and “Why did it continue long after formal civil equality had been achieved?” (6). In answering these questions ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Editor’s Introduction
    • Abstract: Welcome to the first issue of our 11th year of JSR. In this issue, we include a collection of articles focusing first on different aspects of anarchism and revolutionary violent movements. Anarchism and revolutionary violence, of course, sometimes overlap but are not contiguous. And we include a group of articles focusing on radicalism as it appears in literature, beginning with a theoretical approach, followed by analyses of how radicalism appears in some Greek and Indian literature, with a final article on the nonfiction author Christopher Lasch. Our first three articles in this issue include Alice Poma and Tommaso Gravante’s “Beyond the State and Capitalism: The Current Anarchist Movement in ... Read More
      Keywords: Anarchism; Women's rights; Weatherman (Organization); Feminism; Indic literature; Critical theory; United States; Radicalism; Berkman, Alexander,; Home (Wash.); African Americans
      PubDate: 2017-04-13T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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