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About Face: Race in Postmodern America
Simone melds the theoretical insights of postmodernists like Lyotard, Baudrillard, and Derrida with Afrocentric ethnology, psychology, and anthropology to expose the political ethics of race and racial experience in contemporary America.
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Anarchitexts

This anthology collects essays and interviews on such topics as "Art on the Edge of Politics" and "Production of the Future". "Solidarity with the Context" by Janos Sugar, "XYZ of Net Activism" by Luther Blissett, "From Mini FM to Polymorphous Radio" by Tetsuo Kogawa, "Response to Tactical Media Manifesto" by Peter Lamborn Wilson, and "Autonomous Culture Factory" by Marko Vukovic. These are just some of over fifty articles included.

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Auroras of the Zapatistas

This issue of Midnight Notes does some of the work of defining the elements of the new political chemistry of the planetary working class... What the Zapatista movement means for the U.S. anti-globalization movement is still an open question more than six years since the dawning.

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Beyond Bookchin
Here David Watson's visionary ecology challenges the mystique of progress and proposes a more holistic notion of reason both primal and modern, skeptical and mythopoetic.
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Black Fez Manifesto etc

The Bey, controversial figure, poet, sur-rationalist, author of underground sensation TAZ (Temporary Autonomous Zone), offers up poetry and rants...

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Blood and Volts
Edison, Tesla, and the Electric Chair
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Blue-Eyed Devil

A Road Odyssey through Islamic America

In the course of Knight's adventures he sorted out his own relationship to Islam on his journey from punk provocateur to a recognized voice in the community, and watched first-hand the collapse of a liberal Islamic dream, the Progressive Muslim Union.

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bolo'bolo

We are wildly excited to be able to offer this book again (it's been out of print for far too long)!

bolo'bolo was originally printed in Germany in 1983, half as a joke. Fittingly for some of us, it is still the best anarchist utopian vision we have ever read, since it gives full reign to both people's individual autonomy and to our need to be part of a group.

If you find the word "imagination" or "creativity" coming up in your conversations (or, conversely, if you find yourself thinking a lot about being bored or stifled), if you like science fiction, if you don't think Parecon would work because of something other than the economics of it, this is a book to check out.

This 30th anniversary edition is a joint publication with Ardent and Autonomedia.

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Caliban and the Witch
A history of the body in the transition to capitalism.

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Carnival of Chaos

On the Road with the Nomadic Festival

This collection of stories and illustrations paints the triumphs and misadventures of the Nomadic Festival at breakneck speed, and offers ideas and inspiration for the next outlaw orgy.

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Conversations with Durito
Poetic, humorous, and imaginative, these fables provide an excellent introduction to the politics of globalization from the radical perspective of indigenous struggle.
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Dining in Refugee Camps/Cenando en los Campamentos de Refugiados

A full-color, bilingual, collage journal that documents Robin Kahn's month cooking with the women of the Western Sahara.

 

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Electronic Civil Disobedience

Electronic Civil Disobedience continues where The Electronic Disturbance leaves off, suggesting strategies of resistance to nomadic power, and investigating tactics of nonrationality to get at the core of autonomy. Fusing a situationist-influenced concept of contestational art, an understanding of the parallel nature of cultural and political action borrowed from Gramsci, and a hacker’s understanding of how new technology functions, Electronic Civil Disobedience refines an understanding of the nature of power and resistance in the information age.

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Escape from the 19th Century and other essays
Two illuminated madmen--Charles Fourier and Friedrich Nietzsche--and two too-sane geniuses--J.-P. Proudhon and Karl Marx--are enlisted in the break-out plan. The shape of this plan is then suggested in a final essay showing how old "rights and customs" of paleolithic reciprocity and egalitarian spirituality have made innumerable re-entries into History.
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Expect Anything, Fear Nothing
The Situationist Movement in Scandinavia and Elsewhere
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Format & Anxiety
Paul Goodman Critiques the Media

On a worldwide scale, the media has homogenized almost all regional and local diversity. Where remnants of original cultures exist, they are being marginalized, packaged as artifacts, and marketed as nostalgia.
Goodman challenges us to respond to the dominant media representations that pare away complex truths to create the bold, simplified images that controlling systems require to maintain and justify their existences.

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Gone to Croatan
Origins of North American Dropout Culture

Lost history viewed through cracks in the cartographies of control, including "tri-racial isolate" communities, buccaneers, "white Indians", black Islamic movements, the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp, the Métis nation, scandalous eugenics theories, rural "hippie" communes, and many other aspects of North American autonomous cultures.

 

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Gynocide
Hysterectomy, Capitalist Patriarchy, and the Medical Abuse of Women

This is a collection of writings on the history and contemporary practice of hysterectomy, one of the most common medical procedures done on women (12 every ten minutes in the u.s.).
Combining theory and practical information as well as period sketches of the changes in gynecological technique, it was edited by Mariarosa Dalla Costa (an Italian autonomist Marxist and feminist writer who famously argues that women's unwaged labor is, rather than male oppression of women, an essential part of capitalist reproduction).

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I am Not a Man, I am Dynamite!

Many anarchists have been Nietzsche admirers, from Emma Goldman to Rudolf Rocker, Emile Armand, and Renzo Novatore, etc.

I Am Not A Man, I Am Dynamite! examines the historical, political and philosophical linkages between Nietzsche's transgressive thought and the transformative political vision of anarchism.

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Imaginal Machines
Autonomy & Self-organization in the Revolutions of Everyday Life

What exactly is radical imagination? Drawing from autonomist politics, class composition analysis, and avant-garde arts, Imaginal Machines explores the emergence, functioning, and constant breakdown of the embodied forms of radical imagination."

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Living on Third Street

From four years in the late 80s, here are plays of the Living Theatre, a ground-breaking internationally known theatre troupe. This time period was a cultural and political apex in the East Village in New York, where the Theatre was (and is) housed. Edited by Cindy Rosenthal, anarchist playwright, professor, and author.
During the 1950s and early 1960s in New York, The Living Theatre pioneered the unconventional staging of poetic drama - the plays of American writers like Gertrude Stein, William Carlos Williams, Paul Goodman, Kenneth Rexroth and John Ashbery, as well as Europeans rarely produced in America: Cocteau, Lorca, Brecht and Pirandello.
Judith Malina and Julian Beck founded the Living Theatre as an alternative to the commercial theater in 1947, and since then it has staged nearly a hundred productions performed in eight languages in 28 countries on five continents - a unique body of work that has influenced theater the world over.

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