Links

 

== AK Distribution ==

“AK Distribution” is a non-profit workers’ co-operative anarchist publisher and radical distributor based in Edinburgh, London & San Francisco. http://www.akuk.com/ & http://akpress.com

== Anarchist Academics ==

“Anarchist Academics” is a UK-centric mailing list for people interested in anarchism and involved with academic institutions or doing academic work (e.g. students, lecturers, independent researchers, etc). http://lists.mutualaid.org/mailman/listinfo/anarchist.academics

== Anarchy Archives ==

Anarchy Archives: An Online Research Center on the History and Theory of Anarchism http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/

== Anarchist Library ==

http://theanarchistlibrary.org/special/index

== Anarchism and Poststructuralism Bulletin Board ==

http://www.infoshop.org/forums/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=9

== Anarchist Studies Blog ==

http://anarchiststudies.noblogs.org/

== Centre International de Recherches sur l’Anarchisme (CIRA) ==

The CIRA library houses works on the anarchist movement, its history and philosophy in all languages: books and pamphlets, periodicals, academic researches, manuscripts and archives. It also collects illustrations (photos, postcards, posters, reproductions of works of art, etc.), films and audio material on cassettes and CDs. An annual readers card costs 40 Swiss francs or 30 Euros. Recent books and brochures may be taken out on loan from the library, by mail. http://www.anarca-bolo.ch/cira/

== Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice ==

A new research centre at the University of Nottingham, the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) was created in 2005 to provide a focus for research and teaching in relation to the most fundamental question facing us as citizens: how should we live?

[http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/politics/research/research_CSSGJ.php Homepage]

== Collective Book On Collective Process ==

A handbook on group process for egalitarian collectives. Its focus is on the often unrecognized negative dynamics that can occur when people try to work collectively. It is a collaborative work-in-progress, and everybody is invited to contribute. http://www.geocities.com/collectivebook

==Facebook==

http://www.facebook.com/groups/2401584783/

== Freedom Press ==

An independent anarchist publisher. We produce a newspaper, which comes out every two weeks, and we publish books on all aspects of anarchist theory and practice. http://freedompress.org.uk/

== Institute for Anarchist Studies ==

Promoting critical scholarship on social domination and the reconstructive vision of a free society. Publishes a biannual newsletter, Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, as well as online essays, to cultivate community among those interested in the development of anarchism and keep supporters apprised of our accomplishments. They also give grants! http://www.anarchist-studies.org/

== Institute for Social Ecology ==

An independent institution of higher education dedicated to the study of social ecology, an interdisciplinary field drawing on philosophy, political and social theory, anthropology, history, economics, the natural sciences, and feminism. The ISE views the global penetration of systems of domination into daily life, the centralization of political and economic power, the homogenization of culture, and the strengthening of hierarchy and social control as impediments to human freedom and the root causes of the current ecological crisis. http://social-ecology.org/

== Interface: A Journal for and About Social Movements ==

Interface is a new journal launched by activists and academics around the world in response to the development and increased visibility of social movements in the last few years — and the immense amount of knowledge generated in this process. This knowledge is created across the globe, and in many contexts and a variety of ways, and it constitutes an incredibly valuable resource for the further development of social movements. Interface responds to this need, as a tool to help our movements learn from each other’s struggles.

Interface is a forum bringing together activists from different movements and different countries, researchers working with movements, and progressive academics from various countries to contribute to the production of knowledge that can help us gain insights across movements and issues, across continents and cultures, and across theoretical and disciplinary traditions. To this end, Interface seeks to develop analysis and knowledge that allow lessons to be learned from specific movement processes and experiences and translated into a form useful for other movements. In doing so, our goal is to include material that can be used in a range of ways by movements — in terms of its content, its language, its purpose and its form.

http://www.interfacejournal.net/

== International Institute for Social History ==

The most important institution in the world for the history of anarchism. It keeps the archives of important anarchists such as Michail Bakunin, Luigi Fabbri, Ugo Fedeli, Max Nettlau, Pierre Ramus or Rudolf Rocker and of important organizations such as the CNT, Freedom and others. Next to it the Institute keeps an extensive collection of newspapers, leaflets and other printed matter from all over the world. http://www.iisg.nl/

== Killing King Abacus ==

Website containing useful essays and links http://www.geocities.com/kk_abacus/index.html

== LibCom ==

From their website: “libcom.org is a resource for all people who wish to improve their lives, their communities and their working conditions. We want to discuss with one another, learn from experiences of the past and develop strategies to increase the power that we, as ordinary people, have over our own lives.”
http://libcom.org/

== Noam Chomsky Archive ==

Chomsky is one of America’s most prominent political dissidents. A renowned professor of linguistics at MIT, he has authored over 30 political books dissecting such issues as U.S. interventionism in the developing world, the political economy of human rights and the propaganda role of corporate media. http://www.zmag.org/chomsky/index.cfm

== Poststructuralist Anarchism Clearinghouse ==

‘Neither the normalization of classical anarchism nor the depoliticization of poststructuralism’ — provides loose definition of poststructuralist anarchism with links and recommended reading. http://www.oocities.com/ringfingers/postanarchism2.html

== Research on Anarchism Forum ==

Hosts lists of anarchist Ph.D.s, a discussion list and information on historical and contemporary anarchist activists and theorists. http://raforum.apinc.org/

== The Big Anarchist Survey ==

http://www.anarchistsurvey.com/results/