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  • - Rethinking, Remaking, Reclaiming the Body in Contemporary Capitalism
    av Silvia Federici
    59 - 189 kr.

  • av Silvia Federici
    59 - 179 kr.

    We are witnessing a new surge of interpersonal and institutional violence against women, including new witch hunts. This surge of violence has occurred alongside an expansion of capitalist social relation. In this new work that revisits some of the main themes of Caliban and the Witch, examines the root causes of these developments and outlines the consequences for the women affected and their communities. She argues that, no less than the witch hunts in sixteenth and seventeenth century Europe and the New World, this new war on women is a structural element of the new forms of capitalist accumulation. These processes are founded on the destruction of people's most basic means of reproduction. Like at the dawn of capitalism, what we discover behind today's violence against women are processes of enclosure, land dispossession, and the remoulding of women's reproductive activities and subjectivity. As well as an investigation into the causes of this new violence, the book is also a femi

  • - How to Punk a Revolution: An Oral History
     
    209 kr.

  • - From Border Town Violence to Native Liberation
    av Nick Estes, Melanie Yazzie & Jennifer Nez Denetdale
    169 - 355 kr.

  • av Abdullah Öcalan
    59 - 315 kr.

    The Sociology of Freedom is the fascinating third volume of a five-volume work titled the manifesto of the democratic civilisation. The general aim of the two earlier volumes was to clarify what power and capitalist modernity entailed. Here Ocalan presents his stunningly original these of the Democratic Civilisation, based on his criticism of the Capitalist Modernity. Ambitions in scope and encyclopaedic in execution, The Sociology of Freedom is a one-of-a-kind exploration that reveals the remarkable range of one of the Left's most original thinkers with topics such as existence and freedom, nature, and philosophy, anarchism and ecology. Ocalan goes back to the origins of human culture to present a penetrating reinterpretation of the basic problems facing the twenty-first century and an examination of their solutions. Ocalan convincingly argues that industrialism, capitalism, and the nation-state cannot be conquered within the confines of a socialist context.

  • - Nature, History, and the Crisis of Capitalism
     
    233 kr.

  • - Indigenous Resistance in Europe's Far North
    av Gabriel Kuhn
    59 - 175 kr.

  • - Everyday Acts of Resistance and Rebellion
     
    219 kr.

  • av Silvia Federici
    59 - 195 kr.

    Written between 1974 and 2012, Revolution at Point Zero collects forty years of research and theorising on the nature of housework, social reproduction, and women's struggles on this terrain - to escape it, to better its conditions, to reconstruct it in ways that provide an alternative to capitalist relations. Indeed, as Federici reveals, behind the capitalist organisation of work and the contradictions inherent in alienated labour is an explosive ground zero for revolutionary practice upon which are decided the daily realities of our collective reporduction. Beginning with Federici's organisational work in the Wages for Housework movement, the essays collected here unravel the power and politics of wide but related issues including the international restructuring of reproductive works and its effects on the sexual division of labour, the globalisation of care work and sex work, the crisis of elder care, the development of affective labour, and the politics of the commons. this new and expanded edition contains two previously unpublished essays by the authors.

  • - Stories of Love, Anger, and the Female Body
    av Laurie Penny, Silvia Federici & Dani Burlison
    59 - 209 kr.

  • - A Mariarosa Dalla Costa Reader
    av Harry Cleaver
    59 - 215 kr.

  • - Feminism and the Politics of the Commons
    av Silvia Federici
    59 - 211 kr.

  • av Nick Blinko
    75 - 189 kr.

    A gothic horror tale of severe mental distress and punk rock, The Primal Screamer is written in the form of a diary kept by a psychiatrist, Dr. Rodney H. Dweller, concerning his patient, Nathaniel Snoxell, brought to him in 1979 after a series of attempted suicides. Snoxell gets involved in the nascent UK anarcho-punk scene, recording and playing gigs in squatted anarchist centres. In 1985, the good doctor himself 'goes insane' and disappears.This semi-autobiographical novel by singer, guitarist, lyricist and illustrator Nick Blinko features his unique artwork.

  • - The Complete Collection
    av Spain Rodriguez & Sharon Rudahl
    225 kr.

  • av Gilles Dauvé
    99 - 185 kr.

    In a fascinating and radical critique of identity and class, Your Place or Mine? examines the modern invention of homosexuality as a social construct that emerged in the 19th century. Examining ';fairies' in Victorian England, transmen in early 20th century Manhattan, sexual politics in Soviet Russia as well as Stonewall's attempt to combine gay self-defence with revolutionary critique. Dauve turns his keen eye on contemporary political correctness in the United States, and the rise of reactionary discourse.The utopian vision of Your Place or Mine? is vital to a just society: the invention of a world where one can be human without having to be classified by sexual practices or gender expressions. Where one need not find shelter in definition or assimilation. A refreshing reminder that we are not all the same, nor do we need to be.

  • av Eileen Gunn
    99 - 165 kr.

    Wry, dark humor burnishes visionary SF in these often prophetic, sometimes troubling, but always fascinating tales that combine and masterfully conflate the disparate worlds of corporate tech and literary art.';After the Thaw' is a hi-tech take on an ancient idea: immortality. ';Terrible Trudy on the Lam' based on actual events, is a modern fable about a zoo escape, a private eye, a vaudeville act and keeping your mouth shut. ';Night Shift at NanoGobblers,' written for a NASA website, is about asteroid-altering AIs and their world-weary earthbound handlers. ';Transitions' deals with jet lag when your flight is decades late. Gunn's long-awaited third collection is rounded out by incisive and affectionate portraits of her SF colleagues, mentors, and friends, beginning with Ursula Le Guin. All illuminated of course by our artfully intimate interview.

  • av Constance Bantman
    59 - 239 kr.

    This edited volume reassesses the ongoing transnational turn in anarchist and syndicalist studies, a field where the interest in cross-border connections has generated much innovative literature in the last decade. It presents and extends up-to-date research into several dynamic historiographic fields, and especially the history of the anarchist and syndicalist movements and the notions of transnational militancy and informal political networks.

  • av Michael Staudenmaier & Kristin Schwartz
    255 - 569 kr.

  • av Staughton Lynd & Mumia Abu Jamal
    105 kr.

  • av Raymond Craib
    99 - 225 kr.

    Imagine a capitalist paradise. An island utopia governed solely by the rules of the market and inspired by the fictions of Ayn Rand and Robinson Crusoe. Sound far-fetched? It may not be. The past half century is littered with the remains of such experiments in what RaymondCraibcalls libertarian exit. Often dismissed as little more than the dreams of crazy, rich Caucasians, exit strategies have been tried out from the southwest Pacific to the Caribbean, from the North Sea to the high seas, often with dire consequences for local inhabitants. Based on research in archives in the US, the UK, and Vanuatu, as well as in FBI files acquired through the Freedom of Information Act,Craibexplores in careful detail the ideology and practice of libertarian exit and its place in the histories of contemporary capitalism, decolonization, empire, and oceans and islands.Adventure Capitalismis a global history that intersects with an array of figures: Fidel Castro and the Koch brothers, American segregationists and Melanesian socialists, Honolulu-based real estate speculators and British Special Branch spies, soldiers of fortune and English lords, Orange County engineers and Tongan navigators, CIA operatives and CBS news executives, and a new breed of techno-utopians and an old guard of Honduran coup leaders. This is not only a history of our time but, given the new iterations of privatized exitseasteads, free private cities, and space colonizationit is also a history of our future.

  • av Noam Chomsky
    65 - 199 kr.

    An interview with Noam Chomsky is a bit like throwing batting practice to Babe Ruth. What you lob in, he will hammer out. This conversational interview by Michael Albert, who has been close to Chomsky for roughly half a century and talked with him many hundreds of times, spans a wide range of topics including journalism, science, religion, the racist foundations of American society, education as indoctrination, issues of class and resistance, colonialism, imperialism, and much more. The thread through it all is that every topic - and the list above takes us just about halfway through this book - reveals how social systems work, what their impact on humanity is, and how they are treated by the elite, mainstream intellectuals, and leftists. It gets personal, theoretical, and observational. The lessons are relevant to all times, so far, and pretty much all places, and Chomsky s logical scalpel, with moral guidance, is relentless.

  • av Vandana Singh
    65 - 179 kr.

    ';Arctic Sky' tells of a young climate activist who discovers her own courage in the frozen depths of a Russian prison. ';Palimpsest' is set on a bionic (living)space station that launches explorers into the farthest reaches of Time and Space. In ';The Room on the Roof' an ancient culture meets modern mysteries with unexpected results. Our non-fiction title piece, ';Utopias of the Third Kind,' is a first look at actual utopias that are responding to our looming dystopian nightmare. ';Hunger' is a short story that finds both understanding and forgiveness for humankind's original sin. Our Outspoken Interview and a bibliography round out this new collection.

  • av Peter Kropotkin
    65 - 235 kr.

    Peter Kropotkin remains one of the best-known anarchist thinkers, and Words of a Rebel was his first libertarian book. Published in 1885 while he was in a French jail for anarchist activism, this collection of articles from the newspaper Le Revolte sees Kropotkin criticise the failings of capitalism and those who seek to end it by means of its main support, the state. Instead, he urged the creation of a mass movement from below that would expropriate property and destroy the state, replacing their centralised hierarchies with federations of self-governing communities and workplaces.Kropotkin's instant classic included discussions themes and ideas he returned to repeatedly during his five decades in the anarchist movement. Unsurprisingly, Words of a Rebel was soon translated into numerous languagesincluding Italian, Spanish, Bulgarian, Russian, and Chineseand reprinted time and time again. But despite its influence as Kropotkin's first anarchist work, it was the last to be completely translated into English.This is a new translation from the French original by Iain McKay except for a few chapters previously translated by Nicolas Walter. Both anarchist activists and writers, they are well placed to understand the assumptions within and influences on Kropotkin's revolutionary journalism. It includes all the original 1885 text along with the preface to the 1904 Italian as well as the preface and afterward to the 1919 Russian editions. In addition, it includes many articles on the labour movement written by Kropotkin for Le Revolt which show how he envisioned getting from criticism to a social revolution. Along with a comprehensive glossary and an introduction by Iain McKay placing this work within the history of anarchism as well as indicating its relevance to radicals and revolutionaries today, this is the definitive edition of an anarchist classic.

  • av Peter Kropotkin
    305 kr.

    The Great French Revolution, 1789 - 1793 is Peter Kropotkin's most substantial historical work. In it he presents a people's history of the world-shaking events of the Revolution and shows the key role the working men and women of the towns and countryside played in it. Without the constant pressure of popular organisations and activity, the politicians would never have created a Republic, nor been able to survive the counterrevolutionary forces internally or externally. Focusing on such mass movements - and especially the peasant majority - rather than on the few great men beloved of bourgeois accounts, this is a groundbreaking account of the period and a seminal work of 'history from below.' Later research may have corrected some factual details and opened new avenues of scholarship, but Kropotkin's text remains an exemplar of anarchist history-writing, challenging both bourgeois republican and Marxist interpretations of the Revolution. Yet it is more than a history: Kropotkin uses

  • av Cara Hoffman
    65 - 235 kr.

  • av James Kelman
    99 kr.

  • - A Handbook on Sovereignty and Survival.
     
    259 kr.

  • - Sex, Race, Class, and Caring for People and Planet
    av Selma James
    59 - 185 kr.

  • av James Patrick Kelly
    65 - 159 kr.

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