Author Archives: Julius Gavroche

For March 8: Ruth Kinna – Anarchism and Feminism

(Published version in Nathan Jun (ed.) Brill’s Companion to Anarchism and Philosophy. Thanks to Raffaella Bianchi, Kathy Ferguson and Bice Maiguashca for enormously helpful comments on an earlier draft of this chapter.) Introduction The conjunction of anarchism and feminism can be understood … Continue reading

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For March 8: Emma Goldman

What is There in Anarchy for Women? Emma Goldman (Published on St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 24, 1897) “What does anarchy hold out to me—a woman?” “More to woman than to anyone else—everything which she has not—freedom and equality.”

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The Ecological Crisis and the Rise of Post-Fascism

From Ill Will, an essay authored by the Antithesi collective (18/02/2024) … Other languages: Türkçe, Español The ecological crisis profoundly impacts the material conditions of social reproduction, extending beyond “natural disasters” to encompass a deepening of the contradictions inherent in … Continue reading

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For Edward Bond (1934-2024)

SAGA I asked the man at the crossroads why are you waitingHe said I have no shoes on my feetMy stomach is emptyMy dwelling is repossessedA man In a nice suit with heraldic cufflinks stole my walletAnd my coat is … Continue reading

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Yazan Alloujami: Gaza-on-the-Rhine, a history lesson

From lundimatin, #418, 04/03/2024 … To articulate the past historically does not mean to recognize it ‘the way it really was’ (Ranke). It means to seize hold of a memory as it flashes up at a moment of danger. Historical … Continue reading

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From the Ukrainian Solidarity Collectives

After two years of mobilisation, a summary review of the work of the Ukrainian Solidarity Collectives (From lundimatin, #418, 04/03/2024) In line with the series of interviews that we carried out in the summer of 2023 with anarchist and communist … Continue reading

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The anarchy of dance/the dance of anarchism

A little wisdom is no doubt possible; but I have found this happy certainty in all things: that they prefer—to dance on the feet of chance. Friedrich Nietzsche, This Spoke Zarathustra [Contact improvisation] came out of Grand Union. We were in … Continue reading

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For Steve Paxton (1939-2024)

Five years ago, we wrote a short piece lauding Steve Paxton’s work as a dancer and his vision of dance, which we entitled: “Anarchic movement: Ambulations in thought after Steve Paxton”. This week (21/02/2024), we learned of his death. In … Continue reading

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The Maidan Diary of Dmitry Petrov

From the CrimethInc. collective (20/02/2024) … An Eyewitness Account of the Ukrainian Revolution of 2014 An unflinching and critical account from within the demonstrations that toppled the Ukrainian government in 2014. In November 2013, protests broke out in Kyiv against … Continue reading

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The battle for Britain: the 1984-85 coal miners’ strike

In a way it is even humiliating to watch coal-miners working. It raises in you a momentary doubt about your own status as an ’intellectual’ and a superior person generally. For it isbrought home to you, at least while you … Continue reading

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