Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies #1

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Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies (ADCS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to the study of new and emerging perspectives in anarchist thought and practice from or through a cultural studies perspective. The interdisciplinary focus of the journal presumes an analysis of a broad range of cultural phenomena, the development of diverse methodological traditions, as well as the investigation of both macro-structural issues and the micrological practices of "everyday life". ADCS is an attempt to bring anarchist thought into contact with innumerable points of connection.

We publish articles, reviews/debates, announcements and unique contributions that:

  1. Adopt an anarchist perspective with regards to analyses of language, discourse, culture and power;
  2. Investigate various facets of anarchist thought and practice from a non-anarchist standpoint;
  3. Investigate or incorporate elements of non-anarchist thought and practice from the standpoint of traditional anarchist thought.

Table of contents

Special Articles

PostAnarchia Repertoire - Erick Heroux (19-30)
Voluntary Servitude Reconsidered: Radical Politics and the Problem of Self-Domination - Saul Newman (31-49)
Postanarchism from a Marxist Perspective - Simon Choat (51-71)
Constructivism and the Future Anterior of Radical Politics - Thomas Nail (73-94)
‘We’re Here, We’re Queer, We’re Anarchists’: The Nature of Identification and Subjectivity Among Black Blocs - Edward Avery-Natale (95-115)
Anarchist Meditations or: Three Wild Interstices Of Anarchy and Philosophy - Alejandro de Acosta (117-138)
Toward an Anarchist Film Theory - Nathan Jun (139-161)


Adrian Blackwell's Anarchitecture: The Anarchist Tension - Allan Antliff (165-180)
Denying Anarchic Spaces and Places: An Anarchist Critique of Mosaic-Statist Metageography - Xavier Oliveras González (181-197) Can Franks' Practical Anarchism Avoid Moral Relativism? - Thomas Swann (199-215)
The Body of the Condemned, Sally ... Paths to Queering anarca-Islam - Mohamed Jean Veneuse (217-239)

Reviews and Debates

Saul Newman, The Politics of Postanarchism (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010), 200 pp. (243-249)


Listen to Yourself - Jamie Heckert