Partial archive of The Sheffield Anarchist produced by the UK Sheffield Anarchist Group in 4 volumes.
Volume 1 was started off in 1891 for ten issues, before being restarted in 1975, surprisingly numbered Vol.1. No.11. where this collection starts. It was published sporadically for a time until 1983 when it appeared quarterly until 1987 and has not appeared since.
Taken from Sheffield Anarchist Archive Sheffield Anarchist Archive
Address delivered by Capt Jack White to the Roger Casement Sinn Fein club in 1936. We do not necessarily agree with all of it but reproduce it for reference.
With recent strikes, occupations, and violent repression, the university is becoming a battleground. What does this mean for university staff and students?
To begin, I should stress that the choice to be inside the university is disappearing. Whether by escalating indebtedness, involuntary outsourcing, or indeed, summary suspension for political activity, exclusion from the university is making a comeback.
Communist Headache: Notes for Working and Living Volume 1-5 of the Sheffield based journal from the nineties in pdf format.
Our notes for working and living represent our efforts to develop a radical methodology for examining this society, and our own observations and recommendations when we apply this methodology to various aspects of the capitalist system.
We are only a small group, and have put out these first three volumes in a hope to engage in some critical debate and to further the revolutionary cause.
This resignation letter was sent by one of the 235 workers at the University of Sussex, who are being outsourced by university management.