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  • AJ
    The Postanarchism Listserv http://groups.yahoo.com/group/postanarchism/ This group is being created with the hopes of stirring things up within contemporary
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      The Postanarchism Listserv
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/postanarchism/

      This group is being created with the hopes of stirring things up
      within contemporary anarchist theory and praxis by synthesizing
      with it key concepts and ideas from critical theory,
      poststructuralism, phenomenology, situationism,
      postcolonialism, autonomism, postmodernism, queer theory,
      existentialism, postfeminism, zapatismo, postleftism   and other
      contemporary critical-theoretical tendencies. Potential anarchist
      theorists of interest might include Todd May, Mikhail Bakunin,
      Saul Newman, Emma Goldman, Luis Gambone, Max Stirner,
      Hakim Bey, Ericco Malatesta, Wolfi Landstreicher etc.   Parallels
      between the concepts and ideas of these and of theorists like
      Edward Said, Julia Kristeva, Michel Foucault, Gilles Deleuze,
      Felix Guattari, Luce Irigaray, Guy Debord, Paul Virilio, Giorgio
      Agamben, Jean Baudrillard, Manuel De Landa, Homi Bhabha,
      Michael Hardt, Antonio Negri, Judith Butler, Chris Hables Gray,
      Donna Haraway, Enrique Dussel, George Katsiaficas etc. might
      be brought to the floor for consideration.   Discussion could
      include both theoretical and practical applicational aspects of
      such syntheses; this might include the many "movements"
      imbued with an antiauthoritarian sensibility but not a specifically
      "anarchist" ideological-historical commitment such as seen in
      the antiglobalization movement, the no-border movements, the
      zapatistas, the autonomen, the wombles, the cacerolazos and
      other such autonomous movements - but of course could
      include more explicitly anarchist projects as well. The title of the
      list "postanarchism" does not describe a new ideology but is
      rather a nod to Newman's call to move beyond classical
      anarchism into a more open and hybrid theory - a post-normal
      anarchism.
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