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Anarchy Archives

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Anarchy Archives

The Anarchy Archives project is a self-described online research center on the history and theory of anarchism. It was created in September 1995 by Dana Ward, a Professor of Political Studies at Pitzer College. It has since been expanded by students in the Political Studies department at Pitzer College, starting in the spring of 1997.

The project consists of two main parts, an archive of collected works of major anarchist theorists and a history of the major anarchist movements in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Collected works

The Anarchy Archives contains works collected from the following authors, representing many different veins of anarchist and socialist thought including individualist anarchism, syndicalism, and communist anarchism:

See also

External links

  • Anarchy Archives at Pitzer College
  • archivesMother Earth at Anarchy Archives, including Mother Earth Bulletin
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