Anarchist Anthropology

Anarchist Anthropology

I was just citing Graeber’s Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology, (which I love–I wrote about my favorite part here), and I was looking up the details online, and I was reminded that its publisher, Prickly Paradigm Press, makes it available to you in PDF form for free. It is well worth reading.

Gramscian Perspectives on Protest and Passive Revolution

A World without Change? Gramscian perspectives on Protest and Passive Revolution Call for Papers: Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, April 21-25, 2015 Organizer: Andrew Brooks, King’s College London Across cities, universities and workplaces around the world fierce, yet often short-lived, moments of political disturbance have emerged in recent years. Many of these … Continue reading

Avoid Amazon, go straight to Midtown Scholar

Originally posted on My Desiring-Machines:
I do everything I can do avoid the clutches of Amazon. Here in Seattle, I buy books from Elliott Bay or the University Book Store, sometimes Left Bank Books (pretty small selection, but great stuff), or from Powell’s online. I rarely buy anything else online, except I recently ordered Frédéric Lordon’s Willing Slaves of…

Planning Against the Political

Planning Against the Political

Jonathan Metzger, Phillip Allmendinger, and Stijn Oosterlynck have a new volume out. Here is the publisher’s blurb: This book brings together a number of highly innovative and thought provoking contributions from European researchers in territorial governance-related fields such as human geography, planning studies, sociology, and management studies. The contributions share the ambition of highlighting troubling … Continue reading

Free Articles in Gender, Place, and Culture

Via Peter Hopkins: This series of papers (see list below) are free to download until the end of September by following this link: http://explore.tandfonline.com/page/est/cgpc-jan-monk-lectures Gentrification, assassination and forgetting in Mexico: a feminist Marxist tale http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0966369X.2014.882650 * Volume 21 Issue 1 (2014) * Melissa W. Wright Storytelling and co-authorship in feminist alliance work: reflections from a … Continue reading