anthologies

Corsair Writings - Pier Paolo Pasolini

Pier Paolo Pasolini

A collection of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s controversial articles and interviews from 1973-1975 on the “anthropological revolution” that transformed Italy during the 1960s and early 1970s, with its “development without progress”, “consumerist hedonism”, “false tolerance”, mass culture, impoverishment of language, neurosis, destruction of traditional peasant cultures (“cultural genocide”), “strategy of tension”, and phony anti-fascism, signaling the decline of the old fascism and the rise of a new, “permissive” fascism, a “Power without a face” that is the “worst kind of totalitarianism”.

Soziale Befreiung - Writings on the Russian Revolution (1917-1921)

Soziale Befreiung
Für die revolutionäre Selbstaufhebung des Proletariats!
For the revolutionary self-abolition of the proletariat!

Schriften zur russischen Revolution (1917-1921)
Writings on the Russian Revolution (1917-1921)

Accumulation of Freedom: Writings on Anarchist Economics

Collection of writings from various writers/thinkers on a range of topics, including a history of the different anarchist traditions, different types of worker organizations, cooperatives, etc. It's somewhat mis-titled as it's not necessarily about anarchist/anarchist communist economics (it includes contributions from parecon thinkers Robin Hahnel and Michael Albert).

Midnight Notes #11 (1992) – Midnight Oil: Work, Energy, War 1973-1992

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11th issue of the autonomist journal Midnight Notes - a book published originally by Autonomedia.

The Black Jacobins Reader

The Black Jacobins Reader

The Black Jacobins Reader provides a comprehensive analysis of C. L. R. James's classic history of the Haitian Revolution.

Quiet Rumours An Anarcha-Feminist Reader, New Edition

This is a fascinating window into the development of the women's movement in the words of those who moved it.

La Voz de la Mujer

Periódico comunista-anárquico (Argentina, 1896). La Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (Argentina) ha editado una reproducción facsímil de “La Voz de la Mujer”, Periódico comunista-anárquico, editado en Buenos Aires a finales del siglo pasado, entre 1896 y 1897.