‘A New War’ – Kevin Jones on the suicide epidemic in Northern Ireland

More people have killed themselves in Northern Ireland since the Good Friday Agreement (1998) than died as a result of ‘the Troubles’ conflict (1969-1998). This interview and session performance with anarchist musician Kevin Jones addresses the ongoing suicide epidemic and its roots in the civil war. Kevin brings his musical expression and anarchist analysis to bear on the issue with a performance of his song ‘A New War’, as part of this interview with Jim Donaghey. The audio is available to stream directly, with transcript.

‘A New War’ – anarchist musician Kevin Jones on the suicide epidemic in Northern Ireland

Salvaging the Revolution – Anarchist Historiography on the Spanish Civil War

Morris Brodie tracks 80 years of historiography on the Spanish Civil War, from caricatures of anarchists as idealistic and/or bloodthirsty (by fascist, liberal and orthodox communist historians) to an ‘anarchist renaissance’ in civil war historiography in the last twenty years. He includes a list of further reading on anarchists in the Spanish Civil War.

Salvaging the Revolution – Anarchist Historiography on the Spanish Civil War

Class Struggle Anarchism – an interview with Wayne Price

Kent Worcester interviews the New York-based anti-authoritarian activist Wayne Price. He traces his political journey from early anarchist and pacifist influences in the 1950s, through the anti-Vietnam War movement of the 1960s and 1970s, to his work as a school psychologist and teachers union activist, and charts his membership of a range of activist groups of various Marxist, Trotskyist and anarchist persuasions.

Class Struggle Anarchism – an interview with Wayne Price

An Exchange Between Brian Morris and John Clark

Readers of the Autumn 2018 issue of Anarchist Studies (26:2) will have noted the vigorous debate between Brian Morris and John Clark, two prominent figures in anarchist academia. The exchange began with a review by Morris of Clark’s The Impossible Community: Realizing Communitarian Anarchism (2013), and continued with a reply from Clark to Morris’s review. Since publication, this debate has continued with a further reply from each individual, and they are published here (along with the original review and response).

An Exchange Between Brian Morris and John Clark