Tag Archives: Anarchism
1st International Conference of Anarchist Geographies and Geographers (ICAGG) – Geography, social change and anti-authoritarian practices
Call for papers Reggio Emilia (Italy) – Centro Studi Cucine del Popolo, via Beethoven 78/e, 21-23 September 2017 – http://www.cucine.arealibertaria.org/ In the last years, an outstanding international and multilingual rediscovery of anarchist geographers has occurred at the level both of … Continue reading
Call for Papers: Protest and Activism with(out) organisation Journal of Sociology and Social Policy The economic, political, social, cultural and environmental crises of our time continue to provoke and inspire a remarkable range of social movements into existence. These multiple … Continue reading
RGS-IBG 2013 Annual Conference Session: “Demanding the impossible: transgressing the frontiers of geography through anarchism”.
CFP RGS-IBG Annual Conference London, 28th – 30th August 2013 “Demanding the impossible: transgressing the frontiers of geography through anarchism” Organisers Richard J White (Sheffield Hallam University, UK); Federico Ferretti (University of Geneva, Switzerland); Alexandre Gillet (University of Geneva, Switzerland); … Continue reading
Call for Papers ‘Anarchism and Other Animals’ panel at the 2nd Anarchist studies Network conference ‘Making Connections’ Loughborough University, 3rd-5th September, 2012.
Anarchism and other animals – making connections across species boundaries In 1995, Brian Dominick’s pamphlet ‘Animal Liberation and Social Revolution’ called for ‘a vegan perspective on anarchism and an anarchist perspective on veganism’. Dominic advocated ‘veganarchy’, arguing that philosophically and … Continue reading