anarchism

Great Lives - Louise Michel

An audio biography and discussion of the life of Louise Michel.

History of Anarchism in Malaya / Singapore / Malaysia

ANARCHISM IN MALAYA, SINGAPORE AND MALAYSIA:
- The The emergence of a workers' and anarchist movement
- Anarchist Agitation
- The rise and destruction of the anarchist movement
- In modern Malaysia and Singapore

by Vadim Damier, Kirill Limanov

Patterns of anarchy: a collection of writings on the anarchist tradition

It is the aim of this book to clarify and analyze the various traditions that together make up the corpus of anarchist thought and inform anarchists' recommendations for the renovation of society.

In memoriam: Arif Dirlik (1940-2017)

Arif Dirlik

An obituary for Arif Dirlik, noted author on Chinese anarchism who passed away on 1 December, written by Rebecca Karl, one of his former pupils.

Siuda, Pyotr Petrovich (1937-1990)

Piotr Siuda

A short account of the life of Piotr Siuda, Novocherkassk striker and later anarcho-syndicalist.

How to Strangle Anarchists

An account of the Amakasu Incident where Ito Noe, Ōsugi Sakae, and their six-year old nephew where murdered by police lieutenant Amakasu Masahiko, during the Great Kanto Earthquake.

History of Anarchism in Timor Leste

by Vadim Damier and Kirill Limanov
Timor, the most distant colony of Portugal, served as a place of deportation for prisoners since beginning of the XVIII century. From the end of the XIX century, political prisoners were also sent to the island.

Anarchism in Indonesia

Anti-Duterte graffiti in Indonesia, 2017.

Vadim Damier and Kirill Limanov on the history of anarchism in Indonesia.

The Libertarian Socialist Revolution - Blood Logic

A txt file attached to torrents of tv shows advocating and introducing Libertarian Socialism. It was dedicated to the memory of Alexandros Grigoropoulos a Greek student whose death at the hands of police sparked rioting in 2008. Original ASCII has been preserved as much as possible.

Our class memory, on The Beast of Property by Johann Most - Communism #8

The Internationalist Communist Group's introduction to Johann Most's text 'Beast of Property', in which they critically examine the notion that Social Democracy was the revolutionary pole of the workers' movement prior to 1914.