Anarchist Studies
An inter- and multi-disciplinary journal of anarchism research

ISSN 2633-8270

Anarchist Studies is an inter- and multi-disciplinary journal of anarchism research, which has been publishing novel, refreshing and provocative arguments for over twenty years. The journal publishes original research on the history, culture, theory and practice of anarchism, as well as reviews of recent work published in the field.

‘There has been a remarkable surge of interest in anarchist thought and practice in recent years. Anarchist Studies has played an important part in this revival with serious and constructive inquiries into anarchism’s historical experience and animating ideas, and valuable contributions to enriching and deepening them’.
Noam Chomsky

‘Anarchism has once again exploded across our political horizons. The emergence of new autonomous movements of resistance to capitalism and state power – such as the Global Justice Movement and, more recently, student protests, the Arab Spring and Occupy – demands a renewed focus on anarchism as the political tradition they most closely resemble and evoke. Anarchist Studies provides a platform for engagement with anarchism in the academy, publishing research and writing on anarchist theory, history, culture and politics. Countless new ideas have appeared on these topics, stimulating lively debates about the meaning and relevance of anarchism today’. Saul Newman.

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[] Volume 30 (2022)
Number 1 (Spring 2022)
[] Volume 29 (2021)
Number 2 (Autumn 2021)
Number 1 (Spring 2021)
[] Volume 28 (2020)
Number 2 (Autumn 2020)
Number 1 (Spring 2020)
[+] Volume 27 (2019)
[+] Volume 26 (2018)
[+] Volume 25 (2017)
[+] Volume 24 (2016)
[+] Volume 23 (2015)
[+] Volume 22 (2014)
[+] Volume 21 (2013)
[+] Volume 20 (2012)

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