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"Global Anarchisms: No Gods, No Masters, No Peripheries " Review of the September 21 & 22 Cornell University, USA Convention.
Though postcolonial scholarship has resulted in broader appreciation of the extent to which colonial relationships enabled meaningful cultural and intellectual exchange, anarchism nonetheless remains, for most, associated with a very particular European (and later Euro-American), post-Enlightenment tradition. The organizers of the “Global Anarchisms: No Gods, No Masters, No Peripheries” (...)

HIRSCH, Steven and Lucien van der Walt eds. Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870-1940: The Praxis of National Liberation, Internationalism, and Social Revolution
Preface by Benedict Anderson. Brill 2010. lxxiv, 434 pp. (10 illustrations). ISBN: 978 90 04 18849 5 Narratives of anarchist and syndicalist history during the era of the first globalization and imperialism (1870-1930) have overwhelmingly been constructed around a Western European tradition centered on discrete national cases. This parochial perspective typically ignores transnational (...)

ENCKELL, Marianne. "The School & the Barricade"
T he majority of the public comes to the depositories of archives for only two reasons: the National Registry of Argentina, which allows them to verify family relations, and the Cadastral Registry, which allows them to verify property. Only these archives seem to have considerable importance in the life of a certain group. The proof of this lay in the fact that during riots or revolutions, (...)

ADAMS, Jason. "Non-Western Anarchisms: Rethinking the Global Context". -4-
Previous: Introduction Asian Anarchism: China, Korea, Japan & India African Anarchisms: Igbo, Egypt, Lybia, Nigeria and South Africa Latin American Anarchism: Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Cuba The development of anarchism in Latin America was a process shaped by the unique nature of each country within the region, as well as by those factors which many of (...)

ADAMS, Jason. "Non-Western Anarchisms: Rethinking the Global Context". -5-
Previous: Asian Anarchism: China, Korea, Japan & India African Anarchisms: Igbo, Egypt, Lybia, Nigeria and South Africa Latin American Anarchism : Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Cuba Middle Eastern Anarchism: Armenia, Lebanon, Turkey, Palestine In light of both historical and recent events, it could easily be argued that the Middle East is and has been of (...)

MOYA, Jose. "Italians in Buenos Aires‚ Anarchist Movement: Gender Ideology and Women’s Participation"
MOYA, Jose in: Donna Gabaccia and Franca Iacovetta eds., Women, Gender, and Transnational Lives: Italian Women around the World (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002)

FALCÓN Ricardo, GALITELLI Bernardo, MUNCK Ronaldo, Argentina : From Anarchism to Peronism. Workers Unions and politics 1855-1985
London, Zed Books, 261p, 1987

YOAST, Richard Alan. " The Development of Argentine Anarchism: A Socio-Ideological Analysis "
Ph. D. Diss., U. of Wisconsin, 1975. 497 p. DAI, Vol. 36-08a, Page 5524

VILLACEQUE AFLALLO, Sol. "El juguete rabioso of Roberto Arlt, A Manifesto of Modern Urban Expression. A Fleur du mal of the Argentinian Melting-pot"
Thèse de doctorat (nouveau régime) :Études latino-américaines. Dir. Edmond Cros. MONTPELLIER 3: 1996. [s.l.] : [s.n.] MONTPELLIER-BU Lettres In our sociocritical approch, el juguete rabioso has been examined in its language substance and in its intertwining relationship with the historical context of Argentina in the 1920s where it was produced. This fundamental writing of a new (...)

COLOMBO, Eduardo. Medical doctor, psychoanalyst, anarchist activist, member of the French CNT and former member of the FORA. Bibliography
See also his complete bibliography, published in other languages "Anarchism in Argentina and Uruguay," In Anarchism Today . Edited by David E. Apter & James Joll. The Macmillan Press Ltd. London, 1971.

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