See also Anarchism & Law

Amster, Randall (2004). Street People and the Contested Realms of Public Space. New York: LFB Scholarly Pub.

Bennett, James (1996). “Political Trials and Prisoners in the United States.” Social Anarchism 22: ??-??.

Berkman, Alexander (2000). Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist. New York: New York Review of Books.

Borovoi, Alexei (n.d.). [WWW] ”Anarchism and Law”. Buffalo, NY: Friends of Malatesta.

  • <–“Biographical Note: Alexei Borovoy. Brilliant Russian Anarchist theoretician, writer and orator. Professor of Political Economy at Moscow University, prior to and after the Revolution, until ousted by the Bolsheviks. Known and respected throughout Russia, where he had great influence among workers, students and intellectuals. In 1920 the students of Sverdlov petitioned the university administration to permit a series of debates on “Anarchism versus Marxism,” Borovoy representing the Anarchist viewpoint. The local Communist Party, designated the famous Bolsheviks, Bukarin and Lunacharsky, to defend Marxism. The Central Committee of the CP of Russia at the last minute overruled the local CP and forced cancellation of the debates. Because of his great popularity, the Bolsheviks postponed the silencing of Borovoy until 1929 when he was arrested and deported to Viatka, Siberia, where he died in 1936, the victim of persecution, cold and hunger.”

Chen, Ching-In, ed. (2016). The Revolution Starts at Home: Confronting Intimate Violence Within Activist Communities. Oakland: AK Press.

Clark, John P., and Larry L. Tifft (1966). “Polygraph and Interview Validation of Self-Reported Deviant Behavior.” American Sociological Review 31 (August): 516-523.

Comfort, Alex (1950). [WWW] ”Authority and Delinquency in the Modern State: A Criminological Approach to the Problem of Power.” London: Routledge and K. Paul.

– – – (1951). Delinquency: A Lecture Delivered at the Anarchist Summer School, London, August 1950. London: Freedom Press.

CrimethInc (2013). [WWW] ”Accounting For Ourselves: Breaking the Impasse Around Assault and Abuse in Anarchist Scenes.”

Dawn Collective (eds) (2003) Under The Yoke Of The State: Selected Anarchist Responses To Prisons And Crime – Vol.1, 1886-1929 London / Berkeley: Kate Sharpley Library.

DiCristina, Bruce. (1995). Method in Criminology: A Philosophical Primer. New York: Harrow and Heston. See review at [WWW]

Ferrell, Jeff (2006). Empire of Scrounge: Inside the Urban Underground of Dumpster Diving, Trash Picking, and Street Scavenging. New York: New York University Press.

– – – (2004). [WWW] “Boredom, Crime and Criminology.” Theoretical Criminology 8.3: 287-302.

– – – (2003). “Speed Kills.” Critical Criminology 11.3: 185-198.

– – – (2001). Tearing Down the Streets: Adventures in Urban Anarchy. New York: Palgrave.

– – – (1999). “Anarchist Criminology and Social Justice.” Social Justice/Criminal Justice: The Maturation of Critical Theory in Law, Crime, and Deviance. Ed. Bruce A. Arrigo. Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth. ??-??.

– – – (1998). “Against the Law.” Social Anarchism 25: ??-??.

– – – (1998). “Freight Train Graffiti: Subculture, Crime, Dislocation.” Justice Quarterly. 15.4: 587-608.

– – – (1997). “Criminological Verstehen: Inside the Immediacy of Crime.” Justice Quarterly 14.1: 3-23.

– – – (1997). “Youth, Crime, and Cultural Space.” Social Justice. 24.4: 21-38.

– – – (1995). “Anarchy Against the Discipline.” Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 3: 86-91.

– – – (1994). “Confronting the Agenda of Authority: Critical Criminology, Anarchism, and Urban Graffiti.” Varieties of Criminology: Readings from a Dynamic Discipline. Ed. Gregg Barak. Westport, CT: Praeger. 161-178.

– – – (1993). Crimes of Style: Urban Graffiti and the Politics of Criminality. New York: Garland.

– – – (1991). “The Brotherhood of Timber Workers and the Culture of Conflict.” Journal of Folklore Research 28: 163-177.

– – – and Kevin Ryan (1986). “Knowledge, Power, and the Process of Justice.” Crime and Social Justice 25: 178-195.

– – – and Kevin Ryan (1985). “The Brotherhood of Timber Workers and the Southern Lumber Trust: Legal Repression and Worker Response.” Radical America 19: 55-74.

– – – and Clinton R. Sanders (eds.) (1995). Cultural Criminology. Boston: Northeastern.

Gaarder, Emily (2009). “Addressing Violence Against Women: Alternatives to State-Based Law and Punishment.” Contemporary Anarchist Studies. Ed. Randall Amster, Abraham DeLeon, Luis Fernandez, Anthony J. Nocella, II, and Deric Shannon. London: Routledge. 62-72.

– – – and Denise Hesselton (2012). [WWW] “Connecting Restorative Justice With Gender-Responsive Programming.” Contemporary Justice Review 15.3: 239-264.

– – – and Lois Presser (2016). “A Feminist Vision of Justice?: The Problems and Possibilities of Restorative Justice for Girls and Women.” Walklate: Gender and Crime, Vol. IV. Routledge. 397-412.

  • <– Also collected in Tifft & Sullivan (2006), 483-494.

– – – and Lois Presser (2000). [WWW] “Can Restorative Justice Reduce Battering?: Some Preliminary Considerations.” Social Justice 27.1: 175-195.

Goldman, Emma (1910). “Prisons: A Social Crime and a Failure.” Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 115-132.

Goodman, Paul (1963). “Dead End.” Review of All the Way Down: The Violent Underworld of Street Gangs by Vincent Riccio and Bill Slocum. Anarchy 3.27: 140.

– – – (1962). [WWW] Speech to Conference of Professional Youth Workers of the Luther League of America. The Society I Live In Is Mine. New York: Horizon Press. 81-88.

  • <–Addresses prohibition of narcotics, pornography, etc.

– – – (1960). Growing Up Absurd: Problems of Youth in the Organized System. New York: Random House.

  • <–A widely read analysis not only of phenomena of juvenile delinquency but also of the emerging counterculture via a social-psychological approach.

Hamon, Augustin Frédéric (1893). On the Definition of Crime. London: James Tochatti, Liberty Press. <–Trans. into Spanish as De la definición del crimen by by J.O. Zuloaga, 1894.

– – – (1895). Psychologie de l’anarchiste-socialiste. Paris: P.V. Stock.

– – – (1973). Anarchist Peril: The Psychology of the Anarchist. Trans. Jean-Paul Cortane. Vancouver: Pulp Press.

– – – (1899). [WWW] ”The Universal Illusion of Free Will and Criminal Responsibility.” London: The University Press, Ltd.

Industrial Worker. 1912. (Editorial). Spokane, WA: IWW. October 24: 2.

Industrial Worker. 1913. (Editorial). Spokane, WA: IWW. June 26: 2.

Kropotkin, Peter (1887). “Are Prisons Necessary?” In Russian and French Prisons. London: Ward and Downey. 338-371.

Lorulot, André (1923). Crime et société: essai de criminologie sociale. Paris: Delamain, Boutelleau et Cie.

Martin, Brian (1993). “What About the Police?” [WWW] ”Social Defence, Social Change”. London: Freedom Press. 89-95.

Mauricius [Maurice Vandamme] (1912). L’Apologie du crime. Paris: Causeries populaires.

Mazor, Lester J. (1978). “Disrespect for Law.” In Roland J. Pennock and John W. Chapman, eds., Anarchism. New York: NYU. 143-159.

Pepinsky, Harold E. (1978). “Communist Anarchism as an Alternative to the Rule of Criminal Law.” Contemporary Crises 2: 315-327.

– – – (1991). “Peacemaking in Criminology.” New Directions in Critical Criminology. Ed. Brian D. MacLean and Dragan Milovanovic. Vancouver: The Collective Press. 107-110.

– – – and Paul Jesilow (1984). Myths That Cause Crime. Cabin John, MD: Seven Locks.

Pepinsky, Harold E. and Richard Quinney (eds.). 1991. Criminology as Peacemaking. Bloomington: Indiana.

Ruggiero, Vincenzo (2013). “Crime and Punishment in Classical and Libertarian Utopias.” Crime, Critique and Utopia: Critical Criminological Perspectives. Ed. M. Malloch and B. Munro. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 71-89.

Tifft, Larry (1979). [WWW] “The Coming Redefinitions of Crime: An Anarchist Perspective.” Social Problems 26.4: 392-402.

– – – and Dennis Sullivan (2001). “A Needs-Based, Social Harms Definition of Crime.” What Is Crime?: Controversies Over the Nature of Crime and What to Do About It. Ed. Stuart Henry and Mark Lanier. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. ??-??.

– – – and Dennis Sullivan (2006). Handbook of Restorative Justice: A Global Perspective. London: Routledge.

– – – and Dennis Sullivan (2006). “Needs-Based Anarchist Criminology.” The Essential Criminology Reader. Ed. Stuart Henry and Mark Lanier. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. ??-??.

– – – and Dennis Sullivan (2001). Restorative Justice: Healing the Foundations of Our Everyday Lives. Monsey, NY: Willow Tree Press.

– – – and Dennis Sullivan (1998). “The Transformative and Economic Dimensions of Restorative Justice.” Humanity & Society 22.1: 38-54.

– – – and Dennis Sullivan (1980). The Struggle to Be Human: Crime, Criminology, and Anarchism. Sanday [Scot.]: Cienfuegos Press.

Sullivan, Dennis C. (1980). The Mask of Love: Corrections in America, Toward a Mutual Aid Alternative. Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press.

Williams, Christopher R., and Bruce A. Arrigo, ‘Anarchaos and Order: On the Emergence of Social Justice’. Theoretical Criminology 5, no. 2 (2001): 223-52.

Special journal issues

[WWW] ”Dysophia” 5 (2014). “What About the Rapists?: Anarchist Approaches to Crime & Justice.”

[WWW] ”Anarchy” 98 (1969): “A Libertarian Criminology?”

[WWW] ”Anarchy” 87 (1968): “The Penal System.”

[WWW] ”Anarchy” 9 (1961): “Prison.”