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INTRODUCTION TO ANARCHISM taught by Barry Pateman

Date:
Wednesday, April 13, 2005
Time:
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Event Type:
Teach-In
Organizer/Author:
Location Details:
room 230 Cloud Hall, Phelan Campus,CCSF

This will be a course if seven fortnightly sessions that will take a historical look
as to what is anarchism and how its has developed in the last 150 or so years.The
course will look at original texts giving everyone a chance to be able to think
about just what this most complex of words mean.At the same time we will be looking
at attempts to bring about anarchy and how these attempts affected theory and vice
versa. At the end of the class we plan to print any
thoughts and writings from class members in response to wht we have studied. A detailed syllabus will be available at the first session but we plan to
cover writings by
Josiah Warren
Proudhon
Bakunin
Max Stirner
Albert Parsons
Lucy Parson
Pittsburgh Manifesto of the IWPA
Benjamin Tucker
Voltairine de Cleyre
Emma Goldman
Alexander Berkman
Louise Michel
Kropotkin
Jean Grave
Luigi Galleani
Gregory Maximov
Jaime Balius
Federica Montseny
Marie louise Berneri
and a host of others up to the present day.We will especially concentrate on those
who were less "prominent" in the movement( or were perceived so by "historians" of
anarchism).The writings of David Nichol,Ethel Macdonald,S E Parker, Renzo Novatore
etc are all worthy of thought and consideration.Come if you can.Your thoughts and
ideas will add much to the class.

Added to the calendar on Sun, Apr 10, 2005 4:39PM
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