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FERGUSON, Kathy. "A Political Geography of Emma Goldman"

Monday 7 January 2008, by ps

Conference Papers — American Political Science Association; 2005 Annual Meeting, Washington DC p. 1.

Abstract

Focusing on the work of Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, this paper makes use of Michael Warner’s analysis of publics and counterpublics to analyze the emergence and practices of anarchist publics. The multiplicities, temporalities, and struggles of Goldman’s and Berkman’s publics, plus relations of their publics to subcultures and their possibilities for world making, are examined.