Category: Feminism

Anarchism and Feminism
Peggy Kornegger, Zero Collective, Kytha Kurin



Three important essays from Anarchist-Feminists theorists/writers Peggy Kornegger, Zero Collective, and Kytha Kurin, dating 1975-1980, published in 1981 by Backburner Press in Australia.
Originally appearing in the Anarchist journals Second Wave, Zero and Open Road, this publication contains “Anarchism: The Feminist Connection” by Peggy Kornegger, “Anarchism/Feminism” by Zero Collective, and “Anarcha-Feminism: Why the Hyphen?” by Kytha Kurin.

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Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Anthology

Feminist anthology 4 QUIET RUMOURS brings together for the first time some of the key writings by anarcha-feminists from the early ’70’s. Originally only available as individual pamphlets, so popular they were continually re-printed, demand now justifies the appearance of this anthology. The various writers illustrate the clear parallels existing between feminist practice ― non-hierarchical, anti- authoritarian and de-centralist ― and the theories of anarchism. These timeless concerns are posed against the rigid dogmas and patriarchal states of our modern world. The re-issue of these essays will undoubtably provoke thought and debate – as they have done ever since their first appearance.

Texts by Black Rose Anarcho-Feminists, Lynne Farrow, Peggy Kornegger, Marian Leighton, Voltairine de Cleyre, Carol Ehrlich.

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Under the Radar: Underground Zines and Self-Publications 1965–1975

The mid-1960s witnessed a boom in underground and self-published works in West Germany. Hectographs, mimeographs and offset printing not only allowed for the production of small, low-cost print runs, but also promoted a unique aesthetic. Using wild mock-ups, these messianic amateurs combined typescript aesthetics, handwriting, scribbled drawings, assemblages of collaged visuals, porn photos, snapshots and comic strips, forging a new, wildly free, sensibility in the process. This book is the first to present the underground and self-published works that came out of West Germany in such depth, while also showing the international context in which they emerged – not as an anecdotal history but as an attempt to tap into the aesthetic cosmos of the Do-It-Yourself rebellion. Insomuch, Under the Radar also challenges us to take a new look at the current boom in independent publishing, the risograph aesthetic and more.

An incredible collection and valuable volume for anyone interested in underground publishing history!

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Donna J. Haraway
Manifestly Haraway

 

Electrifying, provocative, and controversial when first published thirty years ago, Donna Haraway’s “Cyborg Manifesto” is even more relevant today, when the divisions that she so eloquently challenges–of human and machine but also of gender, class, race, ethnicity, sexuality, and location–are increasingly complex. The subsequent “Companion Species Manifesto,” which further questions the human-nonhuman disjunction, is no less urgently needed in our time of environmental crisis and profound polarization.

Manifestly Haraway brings together these momentous manifestos to expose the continuity and ramifying force of Haraway’s thought, whose significance emerges with engaging immediacy in a sustained conversation between the author and her long-term friend and colleague Cary Wolfe. Reading cyborgs and companion species through and with each other, Haraway and Wolfe join in a wide-ranging exchange on the history and meaning of the manifestos in the context of biopolitics, feminism, Marxism, human-nonhuman relationships, making kin, literary tropes, material semiotics, the negative way of knowing, secular Catholicism, and more.

The conversation ends by revealing the early stages of Haraway’s “Chthulucene Manifesto,” in tension with the teleologies of the doleful Anthropocene and the exterminationist Capitalocene. Deeply dedicated to a diverse and robust earthly flourishing, Manifestly Haraway promises to reignite needed discussion in and out of the academy about biologies, technologies, histories, and still possible futures.

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