831 Anarchist Discussion Group

Friday 3 February 2023, 7pm.

For this next reading group, we’re going back to a subject that we were interested in later: queerness and anarchism.

We’re returning to some essays from Queering Anarchism from AK Press. You can buy the book here or download the selections for free below. We’re also reading an essay from a cool materialist feminist journal that was around Oakland a few years ago, LIES.
Readings are available here:

About the reading group

The 831 Anarchist Discussion Group aims to introduce anarchist ideas and then eventually to deepen our knowledge of anarchist theory and history. You do not have to be an anarchist to attend! Anyone is welcome to attend who is interested and has a genuine curiosity about radical political theory. All readings will always be available for free online, but reading  beforehand is not required to attend and participate. Free and open to everyone. (Donations requested for the OCB Direct Aid fund)

Previous anarchist reading groups:

January 2023: What is anarchism? Part II:

December 2022: Anarchist perspectives on the Russian-Ukrainian War

November 2022: Reading from the Zapatistas

October 2022: Spanish Civil War

September 2022: Queering Anarchism

August 2022: Indigenous Anarchism

May 2022: Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology, David Graeber

April 2022: Zoe Baker: Means and Ends: an anarchist critique of seizing state power

March 2022: Black as Resistance

February 2022: The Split between Anarchism and Marxism at the First International

November 2021: Three classic essays

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