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The Anarchist Roots of Geography

Toward Spatial Emancipation

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis, USA .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsGF50 .S67 2016
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26349986M
ISBN 10978-0-8166-9773-1
LC Control Number2015036892
OCLC/WorldCa964820081

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By embracing anarchist geographies as kaleidoscopic spatialities that allow for nonhierarchical connections between autonomous entities, Simon Springer configures a new political. "The Anarchist Roots of Geography provides many compelling insights."—Marx and Philosophy Review of Books "This book is an important intervention into current theoretical discussions around the importance of anarchism within academia and life, and in challenging dominant conceptions of public and private space."—TrespassCited by: the anarchist roots of geography.

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The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation - Kindle edition by Springer, Simon. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation.4/5(1).

The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation advances several arguments. On the one hand, it wishes to recover and applaud the legacies of two anarchists who were also geographers—Kropotkin (– ) and Reclus (–)—and.

Book Description: The Anarchist Roots of Geographysets the stage for a radical politics of possibility and freedom through a discussion of the insurrectionary geographies that suffuse our daily embracing anarchist geographies as kaleidoscopic spatialities that allow for nonhierarchical connections between autonomous entities, Simon Springer configures a new.

The Anarchist Roots of Geography sets the stage for a radical politics of possibility and freedom through a discussion of the insurrectionary geographies that suffuse our daily experiences.

By embracing anarchist geographies as kaleidoscopic spatialities that allow for non-hierarchical connections between autonomous entities, Simon Springer configures a new political Cited by:   The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation advances several arguments. On the one hand, it wishes to recover and applaud the legacies of two anarchists who were also geographers.

Anarchist Roots Under Europe I'm thrilled to announce that I am moving to Newcastle, Australia, where I will join the University of Newcastle as Professor of Human Geography and Head of Discipline for Geography and Environmental Studies.

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For example, few textbooks on the evolution of geographical thought say very much about it, beyond perfunctory notes about those foundational fig-ures.

Springer’s book might therefore represent a coming of age for anarchist geography, making it harder for future. "The Anarchist Roots of Geography provides many compelling insights."—Marx and Philosophy Review of Books "This book is an important intervention into current theoretical discussions around the importance of anarchism within academia and life, and in challenging dominant conceptions of public and private space."—Trespass.

From the PublisherAuthor: Simon Springer. The Anarchist Roots of Geography sets the stage for a radical politics of possibility and freedom through a discussion of the insurrectionary geographies that suffuse our daily embracing anarchist geographies as kaleidoscopic spatialities that allow for nonhierarchical connections between autonomous entities, Simon Springer configures a new.

The Anarchist Roots of Geography sets the stage for a radical politics of possibility and freedom through a discussion of the insurrectionary geographies that suffuse our daily : Simon Springer.

The book’s subtitle is a good indication of its purpose. It is committed to the project of liberation of humanity and nature, and to overcoming all forms of domination. With great passion and eloquence, Springer calls for a return to geography’s “radical roots” in anarchist concepts, in which it is a mode of social and political engagement.

Alexander Reid Ross: Your book, The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation, transgresses traditional concepts of geographic space and time by introducing the effects of communications technology, as well as grassroots networks based on issues rather than location.

However, you do not go so far as to rule out place-specific. The Anarchist Roots of Geography sets the stage for a radical politics of possibility and freedom through a discussion of the insurrectionary geographies that suffuse our daily experiences.

By embracing anarchist geographies as kaleidoscopic spatialities that allow for nonhierarchical connections between autonomous entities, Simon Springer configures a new political Brand: University of Minnesota Press. Access to society journal content varies across our titles.

If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this by: 1. Originally published on Marx and Philosophy, 28 March In The Anarchist Roots of Geography, a “proverbial call to nonviolent arms,” Simon Springer discusses some of the past, present, and future relationships between anarchism and geography.

He mobilizes the thought of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Peter Kropotkin, Elisée Reclus, and Lev Tolstoy to. Book Review – The anarchist roots of geography: Toward spatial emancipation By Simon Springer, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press By Nathan Poirier Click here for full article.

In The Anarchist Roots of Geography, a “proverbial call to nonviolent arms,” Simon Springer discusses some of the past, present, and future relationships between anarchism and mobilizes the thought of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Peter Kropotkin, Elisée Reclus, and Lev Tolstoy to denounce global capitalism and oppression—declaring, with Kropotkin, that.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation by Simon Springer; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: anarchism, geography, post-anarchism.

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"The Anarchist Roots of Geography provides many compelling insights."--Marx and Philosophy Review of Books "This book is an important intervention into current theoretical discussions around the importance of anarchism within academia and life, and in challenging dominant conceptions of public and private space."--Trespass4/5(1).

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"The Anarchist Roots of Geography provides many compelling insights."-Marx and Philosophy Review of Books "This book is an important intervention into current theoretical discussions around the importance of anarchism within academia and life, and in challenging dominant conceptions of public and private space."-TrespassAuthor: Simon Springer.

The AAG Review of Books has published its book review forum on Simon Springer's The Anarchist Roots of Geography to which I contributed an affirmative but critical commentary. Contributions to the forum follow from the author-meets-critics session at the AAG meeting in Boston.

The whole forum can be found here, and here. All about Reviews: The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation by Simon Springer.

LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Simon Springer. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation at This is the anarchist horizon to which Springer gestures with his important book that will likely become a touchstone for a new generation of geographically minded anarchists, scholars, and radical academics.

Simon Springer, The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, ). Worshiping Power is not just a reclamation of our history, it offers a glimpse into the reconvening of our humanity.” —Simon Springer, author of The Anarchist Roots of Geography.

According to Worshiping Power, we need to stop thinking of the State as a potential vehicle for emancipation. From its origins, the State has never been anything. In The Anarchist Roots of Geography, a “proverbial call to nonviolent arms,” Simon Springer discusses some of the past, present, and future relationships between anarchism and geography.

He mobilizes the thought of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Peter Kropotkin, Elisée Reclus, and Lev Tolstoy to denounce global capitalism and oppression.

I am registered to contribute to an Author-Meets-Critics session at the AAG meeting in Boston to discuss Simon Springer's The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation (University of Minnesota Press, ).

The AAG Review of Books will publish a book review forum from the commentaries. Thanks to Richard J White and James.

Simon Springer's book is a challenging and inspiring text. It does more than just present the aims of an anarchist geography. For me, The Anarchist Roots of Geography is both the beginning and end vis-à-vis other geographies eschewing hierarchy.

It is an end in the sense that it summarizes an anarchist approach, with a particular genealogy Cited by: Anyone who wants evidence that anarchist geography is alive and well today need only read this book. by Simon Springer ISBN: PP: Publisher: University of Minnesota Press Review by John Clark The author, Simon Springer, is one of the most active anarchist intellectuals today.

It is noteworthy that social geography had an impact on anarchist theory at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century, just as social ecology has had a certain influence on anarchist thought in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century.

In Kropotkin and the Anarchist Intellectual Tradition, Jim Mac Laughlin revisits the work of influential anarchist philosopher Peter Kropotkin, tracing both his life and the broader historical development of anarchist thought.

Particularly praising the book’s discussion of ‘scientific anarchism’ and its relevance for an anarchist political geography, Taylor R. Genovese. Alexander Reid Ross: Your book, The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Toward Spatial Emancipation, transgresses traditional concepts of geographic space and time by introducing the effects of communications technology, as well as grassroots networks based on issues rather than location.

However, you do not go so far as to rule out place-specific.Anarchy is the state of a society being freely constituted without authorities or a governing body. It may also refer to a society or group of people that totally rejects a set hierarchy.

The word anarchy was first used inmeaning "an absence of government".The Anarchist Roots of Geography is an ambitious manifesto that envi-sions and desires a radical geography that is anarchist, as opposed to Marxist, in both theory and practice.

The book makes two key temporal and spatial interventions grounded on anarchist thought. First, Springer.