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viii, 306 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • The contradictions of the capitalist world system at the beginning of the twentieth-first century
  • 20th century attempts to create socialism: successes and failures
  • Technoliberal and counter-cultural visions of the future
  • Efforts to re-conceptualize socialism
  • The role of anti-systemic movements in creating a socio-ecological revolution
  • Transitional systemic-challenge reforms
  • Conclusion: the future in the balance.
Green Library
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472 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
  • Introduction I. the scandal of the qualitative difference II. a means of preparation III. the exile of our longing IV. perception of the subjectivity of the so-called object List of Images and Items Acknowledgments Notes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780823276325 20171204
Avery F. Gordon is Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Visiting Professor in the Birkbeck Department of Law, University of London. Her most recent books are The Workhouse (with Ines Schaber), Ghostly Matters, and Keeping Good Time.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780823276325 20171204
Green Library
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252 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction 1. Foundations of the United Front 2. United Front as Mass Activism 3. United Front within the Congress 4. Congress as United Front 5. Conflict about Unity 6. "Unity in action" and the "fighting alliance" 7. Twilight of the United Front 8. The "Pioneers of Unity".
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138055049 20180122
The historical assessments of Left unity in 1930s India misrepresent activities designed to achieve unity. The common treatment of the relationship between Indian socialists and communists emphasizes disunity and the inability to find common ground. Scholarly discussions about unity in fact highlight its impracticality and the inevitability of its failure. This book proposes that during this moment, for socialists and communists, unity was not just an ideal, but was in fact considered to be a possible and very realizable goal. Rather than focusing exclusively on ideological fissures as the literature does, the book explores the possibilities for unity. The author investigates the United Front as a conceptual framework for collaboration, as a scheme for assessing the extent to which cooperation between socialists and communists was feasible and practicable during the mid-to-late-1930s in India. He employs the notion of United Front as an instrument for identifying and compensating for the prejudices which permeate sources about the cooperation between the Congress Socialist Party (CSP) and the Communist Party of India (CPI). The author challenges the historicism found in extant scholarly assessments of Left unity by illustrating the ways in which the partners engaged in united front activities and approached the common goal of Left unity despite their fragmented ideological perspectives. The book presents the United Front not as an unsuccessful phase of collaboration, but rather as a concerted attempt to achieve ideological convergence and Left homogeneity which ultimately failed to radicalize Indian nationalism because, in reality, conditions for Left unity did not exist. The book will be of interest to academics studying South Asian history and politics in particular, and socialism, communism, nationalism and imperialism more generally.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138055049 20180122
Green Library
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xviii, 247 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
  • 1. Introduction: Maoist Revolution in Perspective 2. Submerged Violences: Dalits, Landlessness and Subordination in Bihar 3. From the Mud Houses of Magadh: Revolutionary Murmurings and Dalit Militancy 4. Bonded Labourer to Maoist Guerrilla: Life Story of a Dalit Revolutionary 5. Negotiating Powers: Dalits and Shifting Mobilizations 6. Production and Reproduction of Violence: State, Senas and Maoists 7. Conclusion: An Anthropology of Revolution.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138099555 20180122
This book examines Dalit mobilization and the transformation of rural power relations in the context of intense agrarian violence involving Maoist guerrillas and upper caste militias backed by state forces in Bihar in the 1980s. The book investigates why thousands of Dalits took up arms and highlights the specificities of Dalit participation in the Maoist Movement and develops an anthropology of the Maoist Revolution in India.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138099555 20180122
Green Library
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383 pages ; 22 cm.
Green Library
Book
210 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm.
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346 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 21 cm
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327 pages ; 19 cm
Green Library
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415 pages ; 22 cm
  • Vorwort
  • Die politische Position der Anarchisten in der russischen Revolution 1917-1918 / Dmitri Rublew
  • Die Machno-Bewegung und der Anarchismus / Alexander Schubin
  • "Nur im Kampf wirst Du Dein Recht erlangen!" Sozialisten-Revolutionäre (Maximalisten) und Linke Sozialisten-Revolutionäre in der russischen Revolution 1917-18 : Ideologische Grundlagen, Organisation und Handeln / Lutz Häfner
  • Victor Serge und der Anarchismus : die russischen Jahre / Mitchell Abidor
  • Die Syndikalisten und die Oktoberrevolution / Reiner Tosstorff
  • Im Osten geht die Sonne der Zukunft auf : die russische Revolution aus der Sicht der italienischen Anarchisten 1917-1922 / Franco Bertolucci
  • Der Bericht des Uhrmachers : die Kritik des spanischen Anarchosyndikalisten Ángel Pestaña an der bolschewistischen Revolution in "Siebzig Tage in Russland : Was ich sah" (1924) und in "Siebzig Tage in Russland : Was ich denke" (1925) / Martin Baxmeyer
  • Leninistische Bluttransfusion für anarchistische Adern : die Wirkung der "Oktoberrevolution" auf den Anarchismus in der Schweiz / Werner Portmann
  • Die Stellungnahmen des deutschen Anarchismus und Anarchosyndikalismus zu russischer Revolution und Bolschewismus im Jahr 1919 / Philippe Kellermann
  • "Denn die Revolution fliesst [...] aus dem Herzen rebellischer Naturen" (Erich Mühsam) : die russische Revolution 1917 und der Bolschewismus aus der Sicht zweier Anarchisten : Erich Mühsam und Pierre Ramus / Siegbert Wolf
  • Das Berliner Zentrum der russischen anarchistischen Emigranten in den 1920er Jahren / Vadim Damier
  • Anhang
  • Abkürzungsverzeichnis
  • Personenregister
  • Die Autoren.
Green Library
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162 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Anarchy is not disorder, but the rejection of hierarchies, it is the possibility of a society based on solidarity, consensus and cooperation. Sebastián Endara conjugates the anarchist postulates with the principles and qualities of the Andean cosmovision, and gives us a different conception in front of a model of individualistic society that is leading us, this time, to chaos and social anomie. Anarkía, perspectives for a cooperative society is a necessary book to understand the crisis of the development model in which we live and the alternatives that exist and are in practice.
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299 pages ; 21 cm. + 1 CD-ROM
Green Library
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viii, 114 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Green Library
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267 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Vorwort / Norbert Frei
  • Der Antikommunismus in seiner Epoche / Anselm Doering-Manteuffel
  • Antikommunismus im Entstehen
  • Antikommunismus vor 1917? Eine Skizze / Dominik Rigoll
  • Die Geburt des Antibolschewismus / Robert Gerwarth
  • Antibolschewismus und Nationalismus in Polen / Grzegorz Krzywiec
  • Zur Genese des Antikommunismus in Ungarn / Attila Pók
  • Antikommunismus Als Weltanschauung
  • Antikommunismus und Nationalsozialismus / Michael Wildt
  • Anti-Totalitarianism as Anti-Communism / Anson Rabinbach
  • Antikommunismus im westdeutschen Katholizismus / Siegfried Weichlein
  • Antikommunismus und Internationalismus / Iris Schröder, Christian Methfessel
  • Antikommunismus an der Macht
  • Antikommunismus im italienischen Faschismus / Amedeo Osti Guerrazzi
  • Antikommunismus in Spanien / Stefanie Schüler-Springorum
  • Antikommunismus von Hitler zu Adenauer / Axel Schildt
  • Amerikanischer Antikommunismus von der First Red Scare zu McCarthy / Jörg Nagler
  • Back to the future : anti-communism under reagan / Thomas A. Schwartz
  • Literatur
  • Abkürzungen
  • Autoren
  • Namenverzeichnis.
Green Library
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174 pages, 2 unnumbered pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm
Green Library
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xv, 275 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: encountering community
  • Building the ideal
  • Understanding communities
  • Maps of idealism: intentional community landscapes
  • At home, work, and worship: community built environments
  • Material visions: artifacts in community contexts
  • Seeking kaweah
  • Remaking communities
  • Appendix: archaeologically studied intentional community sites.
Utopian and intentional communities have dotted the American landscape since the colonial era, yet only in recent decades have archaeologists begun analyzing the material culture left behind by these groups. The case studies in this volume use archaeological evidence to reveal how these communities upheld their societal ideals - and how some diverged from them in everyday life.Surveying settlement patterns, the built environment, and even the smallest artifacts such as tobacco pipes and buttons, Stacy Kozakavich explores groups including the Shakers, the Harmony Society, the Moravians, the Ephrata Cloister, the Oneida community, Brook Farm, Mormon towns, the Llano del Rio colony, and the Kaweah colony. She urges researchers not to dismiss these communal experiments as quaint failures but to question how the lifestyles of the people in these groups are interpreted for visitors today. She reminds us that there is inspiration to be found in the unique ways these intentional communities pursued radical social goals.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813056593 20171211
Green Library
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248 pages ; 24 cm
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368 pages ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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304 pages ; 23 cm.
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188 pages : illustrations, maps ; 20 cm
  • Des mineurs, un patron, une église -- Renverser la table ou remplir les urnes ? -- Passage à l'acte -- La clarification politique -- Trois procès consécutifs -- Les anarchistes retournent dans les bois -- L'escalade -- "L'attentat fatal" -- Retour en prison -- Dernières cartouches -- Destins croisés.
"Dans la nuit du 15 au 16 août 1882, de jeunes mineurs en rébellion contre la toute-puissance de l'Église, alliée au patronat des mines, font exploser la rosace et l'entrée d'une chapelle dans le bassin houiller de Saône-et-Loire. C'est le début d'une longue série d'actions qui vont secouer pendant trois ans la région de Montceau-les-Mines au rythme des dynamitages d'édifices religieux et de domiciles de petits chefs à la solde du patronat. Animés par un esprit de révolte, ces anarchistes sont connus sous le nom de la Bande noire. Ils se réunissent dans les bois ou dans les auberges pour préparer des coups qu'ils réalisent le plus souvent à la faveur de l'obscurité. Moins résignés que leurs aînés, ils ne cesseront de dénoncer la dureté de leurs conditions de travail au fond des puits, mais aussi la misère sociale qui règne au dehors, où l'impitoyable patron de la Compagnie des mines impose un redoutable ordre moral et défend les pires injustices. A partir de nombreux documents d'archives et témoignages d'époque, ce livre, récit palpitant au plus près des protagonistes, revient sur l'histoire mouvementée de la Bande noire. Il montre comment, quelques années avant les célèbres attentats anarchistes perpétrés à Paris dans les années 1890, de jeunes révoltés firent de la propagande par le fait leur meilleure arme pour renverser la table et échapper à l'enfer de la mine."--Page 4 of cover.
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347 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Ein undogmatischer Freund und Lehrmeister : Vorwort / Martin Pollack
  • Dank der HerausgeberInnen / Maximilian Graf und Sarah Knoll
  • "Beruf und Berufung Kommunist" Franz Marek (1913-1979) : eine biografische Skizze
  • Lebenserinnerungen
  • Editorische Vorbemerkungen
  • Erinnerungen
  • Schlüsseltexte
  • Vorbemerkungen
  • Antonio Gramsci
  • Antonio Gramsci : zu seinem 30. Todestag
  • Zu den Ereignissen in Ungarn
  • Zu den Diskussionen über den 22. Parteitag der KPdSU
  • Kunstdiskussion
  • Nachlese zum Memorandum Togliattis
  • Redebeitrag auf dem XIX. Parteitag der KPÖ
  • Probleme der kommunistischen Parteien Westeuropas
  • Redebeitrag auf der Konferenz westeuropäischer kommunistischer Parteien in Wien
  • Begründung für eine Begrüßung
  • Zur Struktur des Stalin-Mythos
  • Prinzip Diskussion
  • Anhang
  • Abkürzungsverzeichnis; Publikationen von Franz Marek; Personenregister.
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