We were very excited to see David Price’s Weaponizing Anthropology: Social Science in Service of the Militarized State arrive at our door here in Baltimore last week. Weaponizing Anthropology is the result of years of research into the militarization of the discipline of anthropology, and the ways in which the military and intelligence communities use […]
Month: August 2011
This is the first year for the Boston Anarchist Bookfair and we’re excited to be there! Stay tuned for more information… http://bostonanarchistbookfair.org/
One of our favorites, this bookfair is like the bastard child of an anarchist bookfair and a street festival, complete with a jazz parade and to-go cups of strawberry daiquiri. Convinced? Come on out and say hi to AK Press!
If you’ll be attending this year’s American Studies Association conference in Baltimore, stop by our booth and check out the latest titles! Stay tuned for news of special author appearances! http://www.theasa.net/annual_meeting/
Each year hundreds of educators both locally and nationally gather to network, explore empowering learning environments, and develop a learning community. Join us at this year’s Teaching for Social Justice conference (the 11th annual!) for workshops, resource fair, and speakers. Free and open to the public, with free childcare! Opening Keynote Speaker: Gloria Ladson-Billings, renowned […]
Hopefully we can all agree that anarchist publishing is more important than ever these days, and it’s essential to get anarchist books and ideas out into a world desperately in need of them. But the fact is, it takes a lot of time and energy to keep a project like AK Press running, and we […]
Since 2002, the Edmonton Anarchist Bookfair has provided Anarchists, activists, and the simply curious the opportunity to learn, share ideas and connect with others. Vendors and speakers from across North America attend each year, with around a thousand attendees passing through during the event. This year’s keynote presentation is by No One is Illegal, an […]
This Bookfair is for anarchists and non-anarchists, with participants from all over North America and beyond. The Bookfair always includes workshops on a wide range of topics. We seek to introduce anarchism to the public, foster dialogue between various political traditions, and create radical, inclusive, anti-oppressive spaces. Participants with different visions, practices, and traditions are […]
The Anarchist Bookfair, a tradition-bucking tradition! Part of AS220’s family friendly Foo Festival.