Tag Archives: Marina Sitrin

Killing the beast in its lair: Silvia Federici and the social reproduction of capitalism

Social reproduction is a relatively recent term. In the 1970s, we spoke of it in terms of domestic work, referring to all the activities that reproduce our daily life and at the same time, in a capitalist society, also reproduce … Continue reading

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Que se vayan todos: The anarchist spirit by Marina Sitrin

We share below a reflection by Marina Sitrin on the “anarchist/libertarian” character of many contemporary social movements.  While not referring to themselves as anarchist, the movements, in their practice, and ultimately, in their self-understanding, share a great deal with older … Continue reading

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