BERTALAN, Hilton. "Dancing to Death : The Ongoing Movements of Emma Goldman and Differential Activism


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jeudi 21 février 2008
par  R.C.

BERTALAN, Hilton. "Dancing to Death : The Ongoing Movements of Emma Goldman and Differential Activism - 1 -

January 2007 Abstract The spaces in which identities and perspectives are affirmed as non-universalizing, flexible, mobile, and constantly drifting is often associated with poststructuralist thought. Yet this language resonates elsewhere. In fact, it can be located in radical spaces, (...)
jeudi 21 février 2008
par  R.C.

BERTALAN, Hilton. "Dancing to Death : The Ongoing Movements of Emma Goldman and Differential Activism - 2 -

Previous : Introduction and Chapter 1 “There is an implicit and highly conventional gendering in the distinction between the emotional activist and theoretically sophisticated intellectual, a recapitulation of patriarchal gender codes that inhibits both our reading of Goldman’s political (...)
jeudi 21 février 2008
par  R.C.

BERTALAN, Hilton. "Dancing to Death : The Ongoing Movements of Emma Goldman and Differential Activism - 3 -

Previous : Chap.1 - Chap.2 Naturally, life presents itself in different forms to different ages. Between the age of eight and twelve I dreamed of becoming a Judith. I longed to avenge the sufferings of my people, the Jews, to cut off the head of their Holofernos. When I was fourteen I wanted (...)
jeudi 21 février 2008
par  R.C.

BERTALAN, Hilton. "Dancing to Death : The Ongoing Movements of Emma Goldman and Differential Activism - 4 -

Previous : Introduction and Chapter 1 - Chapter 2 - Chapter 3 “Instead of betting on the eternal impossibility of the revolution and on the fascist return of the war machine in general, why not think that a new type of revolution is becoming possible” (Deleuze and Guattari, 1983, 122). “I am (...)
jeudi 21 février 2008
par  R.C.

BERTALAN, Hilton. "Dancing to Death : The Ongoing Movements of Emma Goldman and Differential Activism - 5 -

Previous : Introduction and Chapter 1 - Chapter 2 - Chapter 3 - Chapter 4 Chapter 5 “Pay homage to those whose backs served as bridges” (Anzaldúa, 2002b, 576). “If you don’t admire something, if you don’t love it, you have no reason to write a word about it” (Deleuze, 2004, 144). “But remember. (...)