Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, no. 32 (2021): Power

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    Publisher: Institute for Anarchist Studies

    Year: 2021

    Format: journal

    Size: 208 pages

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Perspectives on Anarchist Theory is an essential journal published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies (an organization established to support the development of anarchism, and copublishers with us of the "Anarchist Interventions" series). The journal includes recent essays by IAS-supported writers and translators, features with anarchist views on contemporary issues, book reviews, updates, and more. We highly recommend checking out Perspectives—its editors assemble a solid range of pieces exploring a different topic with each issue. Always worth reading and considering how these topics play out in our struggles.

Number 32 is titled "Power"

The Perspectives collective collaborates with Kai Lumumba Barrow who provides art from Gallery of the Streets in the new 208-page “Power” issue. Gallery of the Streets is a network of autonomous artists, activists, and scholars committed to abolitionist movement building. Led by queer Black feminist politics, their work is created by people who live, love, fight, work, and play in the margins of racial and gendered capitalism, carceral control, and environmental violence. Lovingly laid out with full color art and design by Eberhardt Press, this is an impressive publication, produced despite the pandemic and amidst the Uprising. This issue features essays on surrealism and climate change; Rojava and anarchism; solidarity and mutual aid from Puerto Rico to the embattled streets of Minneapolis and Portland; building online power, raising money, lessons in organizing, working out, building community; police abolition, and insights into George Floyd Square; organizing amidst this age of protest and pandemic; David Graeber and the power of imagination; building another world of communalism against Covid capitalism; surviving the pandemic, what to do if you’re teargassed; recovering from trauma; successfully organizing revolution; and new book reviews!
Table of Contents

Introduction to Power - Theresa Warburton

The World is Dying, Darling - Vera Rubin

Living Your Life in a State of War - Shane Burley

Building Online Power - Cayden Mak

The Power of Solidarity and Mutual Aid: Decolonizing Puerto Rico - Pedro Anglada Cordero

Time Under Tension: Lessons in Organizing from a Kettleball Gym - Lara Messersmith-Glavin

Fundraising Anarchy - Lake (Chelsea) Roberts

David Graeber & the Power of Imagination - James Anderson

Popular Power in an Age of Protest and Pandemic - Enrique Geurrero-López & Cameron Hughes

So You Got Teargassed - Missy Rohs

Power Within - Cindy Crabb

Anarchist Cybernetics - Thomas Swann

This is How We Heal - Susan Anglada Bartley and Lexi Kahn

Living Communism: Theory and Practice of Autonomy and Attack - Spencer Beswick

Organizing Disruption: Review of After the Revolution and Begin the World Over - Dylan Clymer

Who's Processing Whom? Digital Commons, Digital Blinders, and a Fraught Social Future - Chris Carlsson

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