JUPS-335 Anarchist Theory
Fall for 2005-2006
Our goal is to understand some of the major theoretical and practical elements of anarchism, and to figure out ways to think together about the issues this tradition raises. We will read classic work by major figures in the anarchist tradition, historical discussions of anarchist practice, modern theoretical discussions of anarchism – including a manuscript in progress by the professor – and related discussions of current movements.
Everyone will write a paper for the class. You’ll write it once, get comments, and then write it again. Everyone is responsible for each class, for coming prepared, contributing to discussion, seeing to it that everyone is involved, and that we have a productive discussion.
Grades will be based on a combination of the paper and class discussion.
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