Perspectives on Anarchist Theory N.28 | Left Wing Books


Perspectives on Anarchist Theory N.28

133 pages
Price: $10.00 (USD)

The "Justice" issue, 2015.

Perspectives on Anarchist Theory is the annual publication of the Institute for Anarchist Studies; it includes recent essays by IAS-supported writers, feature articles with anarchist views on contemporary issues, book reviews, and updates about IAS activities.

Perspectives on Anarchist Theory is edited and produced by a collective that includes Paul Messersmith-Glavin, Maia Ramnath, Lara Messersmith-Glavin, and Sara Rahnoma-Galindo. Cover art and design by Josh MacPhee.

Table of Contents

Introduction, On Justice by Maia Ramnath, Paul Messersmith-Glavin, Sara Rahnoma-Galindo, and Lara Messersmith-Glavin for the Perspectives Collective.

Interviews from an Uprising, by Sarah Coffey reporting from Ferguson, MO where she spent six months.

Brick by Brick: Creating a World Without Prisons, by Layne Mullett, of Decarcerate PA

Meditation on Domestic Violence Intervention: A Personal Narrative by Sara Rahnoma-Galindo of the IAS/Perspectives Collective and the LA IWW.

Confronting Vigilante Responses in Accountability Work: The Need for Accountability in Everything We Do, by Romina Akemi of the LA IWW and Black Rose Anarchist Federation

Hunger Striking for Dignity and Freedom Amidst the “War on Terror” by Brooke Reynolds of the Jericho Movement

Breaking the Chains of Command: Anarchist Veterans of the US Military by Brad Thompson, from People’s Law Office in Chicago

Against Deep Green Resistance by Michelle Renee Matisons and Alexander Reid Ross, Michelle writes for Counterpunch and Black Agenda Report and Alexander is editor of Grabbing Back on AK Press and the forthcoming Against the Fascist Creep on AK Press.

Plus two book reviews:

“In this World but Not Necessarily of It”: The Trajectories of Antiauthoritarian Movements.  A review of Chris Dixon’s Another Politics: Talking Across Today’s Transformative Movements (UC Press) by Craig Fortier

“Field Notes From an Archipelago: A Review of Grabbing Back: Essays Against the Global Land Grab (AK Press) edited by Alexander Reid Ross by Will Munger