The "Movement" issue, 2011.
Perspectives on Anarchist Theory is the annual publication of the Institute for Anarchist Studies; it includes recent essays by IAS-supported writers, feature articles with anarchist views on contemporary issues, book reviews, and updates about IAS activities.
Perspectives on Anarchist Theory is edited and produced by a collective that includes Paul Messersmith-Glavin, Maia Ramnath, and Lara Messersmith-Glavin. Cover art and design by Josh MacPhee.
Table of Contents
The Panthers, the Black Liberation
Army, and the Struggle to Free All
Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War
Ashanti Omowali Alston
Where’s My Movement?
Contemporary Anarchist Mothers
and Community Support
Movement, Cadre, and Dual Power
Why Must We Be Small? Reflections
on Political Development and Cultural
Work in Brazil’s Landless Movement
Interview with Afro-Colombian
Anarchist David López Rodríguez
Lisa Manzanilla & Brandon King
Interview with Chris Borte:
Practical Anarchy, NYC:
A Progress Report
Review: Uses of a Whirlwind and
Black Bloc, White Riot
Review: Anarchism and Its Aspirations
and Oppose and Propose!