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1972

- "Creating a New School" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 2:1 (1972)
- "The Spring Conference" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 2:9 (1972)
- "Stoddard’s Quadrants" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 2:9 (1972)
- "The Voucher Plan (Part I)" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 2:11 (1972)
- "The Voucher Plan (Part II)" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 2:12 (1972)
- "Paul Goodman" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 2:14 (1972)
- "Richard Nixon: Enemy of Education (Part I)" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 2:17 (1972)
- "Richard Nixon: Enemy of Education (Part II)" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 2:18 (1972)

1973

- "Overcoming Inequality" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 3:4 (1973)
- "The International Center for Innovative Education" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 3:12 (1973)

1974

- "On Meaningful Innovation" in Innovative Education Newsletter, 4:2 (1974)
- [Book Review] R.W.K. Paterson, The Nihilistic Egoist and Max Stirner, The Ego and his Own] in The Personalist 60 (1974): 65-68.

1975

-  "On Anarchism in an Unreal World: Kramnick’s View of Godwin and the Anarchists" in The American Political Science Review 69 (March): 162-67.
-  "Rejoinder" to "Comment" by Isaac Kramnick in The American Political Science Review 69 (March): 169-7.
-  [Book Review] Sam Dolgoff, The Anarchist Collectives, in The Review of Politics 37 (1975): 114-16.
-  [Notes on] William Godwin, Enquiry Concerning Political Justice in Reason (1975): 32-33.

1976

-  Max Stirner’s Egoism (London: Freedom Press). 111 pp.

1977

-  The Philosophical Anarchism of William Godwin (Princeton: Princeton Un. Press). x + 343 pp.

1978

-  "What Is Anarchism?" in Anarchism: Nomos XIX (New York: New York University Press), pp. 3- 28.

-* repr. in Freedom 39 (Feb. 24): 10-16.

  • 1982 in Italian : "Che Cos’è l’anarchismo" in Volontà 36: 14-42.
  • 1984 in Portuguese: "O que e o anarquismo" in A Ideia 34/35 (Summer-Fall): 23-39.

-  [Book Review] Steinberg, Locke, Rousseau and the Idea of Consent in The Quarterly Journal of Ideology 2 (Summer): 55-58.

1979

-  Marxism and Technology" in Freedom 40 (July 28): 9-13.
-  "Marx, Bakunin, and the Problem of Social Transformation" in Telos (Winter, 1979-80): 80-97.

1980

-  "The Politics of Liberation: From Class to Culture" in Freedom 41 (August 30): 9-11, 15-16.

-* 1981 repr.: in Black Rose 2 (Spring): 20-35.

1981

-  "H POLITIKH THS APEUQERWSHE" in MAUROS HLIOS : 5-14.
-  "Anarchism and the Present World Crisis" in Alternative Futures 4 (Winter): 67-86.
- "Ecology, Technology and Respect for Nature." Presented at Louisiana Conference on Science, Technology, and Human Values, Tulane Un., Oct. 22, 1981; published in The Anarchist Moment. Montréal: Black Rose Books, 1984.

1982

-  [Book Review] Alan Ritter, Anarchism: A Theoretical Analysis in Ethics 92 : 777.
-  [Book Review] Murray Bookchin, Toward an Ecological Society in Telos 52: 224-30.
-  [Book Review] Murray Bookchin, Toward an Ecological Society in Our Generation 15 (1982): 52-59.

1983

-  "Taoism and Politics" in The Journal of Chinese Philosophy 10 (March): 65-87.
-  [Book Review] Murray Bookchin, The Ecology of Freedom in Telos 57: 226-33.

1984

-  The Anarchist Moment: Reflections on Culture, Nature and Power (Montréal: Black Rose Books). 250 pp.
-  "El Anarquismo y la Crisis Mundial" in Testimonio (April).

-* 1992 repr. in Ignatio de Llorens, ed. El Anarquismo y los Problemas Contemporaneos (Móstoles, Spain: Editiones Madre Tierra, 1992), pp. 77-98.

  • 1996 "Anarchism and the Present World Crisis" in Howard J. Ehrlich, ed., Reinventing Anarchy, Again (Edinburgh and San Francisco: AK Press), pp. 85-103.

-  "Giant Economy Size Brother" in 1984 and After , ed. Hewitt and Roussopoulos (Montréal: Black Rose Books): 38-65.

-* "Giant Economy Size Brother," German translation (with English title) in Schwarzer Faden (October, 1984): 13-22.

-  [Book Review] Peter Marshall, William Godwin in Criticism 27 (1985): 320-24.

1986

-  "Detour to Utopia" in Social Anarchism 6 : 15-18
-  [Book Review] David Miller, Anarchism in Social Anarchism 6 (1986-87): 51-53.

1987

-  "O ANARCISMOS: KAI H SHERINH PAGKOSMIA KRISH." Athens: AUTONOMES EKDSEIS.
-  [Book Review] Albert Borgman, Technology and the Character of Contemporary Life in The Journal of Social Philosophy 18 (1987): 57.

1988

-  "What Is Social Ecology?" in The Trumpeter. Journal of Ecosophy 5 (Spring): 72- 75.
-  "The Roots of Green Thinking" in Mesechabe 1 (Fall): 15-19.
-  "The French Revolution and American Radical Democracy" (Part 1) in Mesechabe2 (Winter 88-89): 6-12.

1989

-  "Οικολογια, τεξνολογια και ο σεβασμος γα τη φυση" in Εξουσια Και Αρνηση (Athens: Ελευθεριακη Κουλτουρα, 1989) ["Oikologia, tecnologia kai o sebasmos gia th fush" in EXOUSIA KAI ARNHSH . (Athens: ELEUQERIAKH KOULTOURA)].
-  "The French Revolution and American Radical Democracy" (Part II) in Mesechabe 3 (Spring): 21-30.
-  "Marx’s Inorganic Body" in Environmental Ethics 11 (Fall): 243-258.
-  " [Book Review] Rudolf Bahro, Building the Green Movement," in Social Anarchism 14 : 97-104.
-  [Book Review] Pat Conroy, The Water is Wide and The Prince of Tides in Social Anarchism 14: 83-85.

1990

- "The Surre(gion)alist Manifesto," in Exquisite Corpse 8 (1990): 1, 22-23.
-  Renewing the Earth: The Promise of Social Ecology [editor] (London: Merlin Press Green Print). xii + 219 pp.
-  "Murray Bookchin" in The Encyclopedia of the American Left (New York: Garland Press), p. 102.
-  "Wat Is Sociale Ecologie?" in De As 91 (June-Sept. ): 10-17.
-  "The French Revolution and American Radical Democracy," in Revolution, Violence, and Equality (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press), pp. 79-118.
-  [Book Review] Paul Ricoeur, Lectures on Ideology and Utopia in C. Peden and Y. Hudson, Terrorism, Justice and Liberal Values (Lewiston: Edwin Mellon Press), pp. 438-39.
-  [Book Review] Ronald Creagh, Laboratoires de l’Utopie in Utopian Studies 1: 157-60.

1991

-  [Book Review] Krishnan Kumar, Utopianism in Utopian Studies 2.

- "War is the Health of the State: Reflections on the American Imperial War" in The Gadfly (February 7, 1991): 8-9

1992

-  [co-editor] Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. 437 pp. [Edited "Part Four: Social Ecology," pp. 343-437.]

  • 1998. Second edition. (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1998) [Edited "Part Four: Political Ecology," pp. 345-463.] See : "A Social Ecology"
  • 1999. Third edition. (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 2000) [Edited "Part Four: Political Ecology."]

- "Apocalypse And/Or Metamorphosis: A Surre(gion)al View" in Exquisite Corpse 37 (1992): 15-16.
- "The Surre(gion)alist Manifesto" in Upriver Downriver 15 (1992): 14-19.
- "El Anarquismo y la Crisis Mundial" in Ignatio de Llorens, ed. El Anarquismo y los Problemas Contemporaneos (Móstoles, Spain: Editiones Madre Tierra, 1992), pp. 77-98.
-  "What Is Social Ecology?" in Our Generation 23: 91-98.
-  "What Is Social Ecology?" in Society and Nature/Koinwnia kai Fush: The International Journal of Political Ecology 1(1992-93): 85-92.
-  "The Noble Lies of Power : Bakunin and the Critique of Ideology" in Rights, Justice, and Community , ed. C. Peden and J. Roth (Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellon Press), pp. 25-34.
-  "Social Ecology: A Philosophy of Dialectical Naturalism," in Society and Nature/ Koinwnia kai Fush: The International Journal of Political Ecology 1 (1992-93): 49-59.
-  "Sociálni Ekologie: Folozofie Dialektického Naturalismu," in Etika [Brno, Czech Republic] (1992): 3-9.

1993

- "Apocalypse And/Or Metamorphosis: A Surre(gion)al View," in Anarchist Studies 1 (1993): 65-69.
- "Cults of Consumption II" in Mesechabe 11 (1993): 7-10.
- The Surre(gion)alist Manifesto" in The Fifth Estate 28 (1993): 15-18.
- "Cults of Consumption" in Alternative Press Review 1 (1993): 32-39.
-  "Putting Freedom on the Map: The Life and Work of Elisée Reclus" in Mesechabe 11: 14.
-  "Utopian Dreans and Nighmares" in Laszlo Sekelj, ed., Anarchism: Community and Utopia (Prague: Filosoficky ústav), pp. 15-49.
- [Book Review] "Alan Macfarlane, The Culture of Capitalism" in Our Generation 24: 96-101.
- "[Book Review] Roger Gaillard, Bienvenue en Utopie" in Utopian Studies 4 :127-29.
- "[Book Review] Andrew McLaughlin, Regarding Nature: Industrialism and Deep Ecology" in Radical Philosophy Review of Books 8: 49-53.
-  [Transl.] Elisée Reclus, "Elisée Reclus’ Voyage to New Orleans 1855, Part I" in Mesechabe 11 (Winter): 15- 17.

1994

- "The Crisis of Higher Education and the Challenge of Ecological Thinking," in Exquisite Corpse 45 (1994): 8-11.
"Welcome to the End of the World" in Mesechabe 12 (1994): 3-10.
"Born-Again Satanists" in Exquisite Corpse 46 (1994): 20-23.
-  MARX, MPAKOUNIN KAI KOINWNIKOS METASCHMATISMOS (Athens: Ekdosis Ardhn). 77 pp.
-  "The Crisis of Higher Education and the Challenge of Ecological Thinking: in Exquisite Corpse 45 : 8-11.
-  "Murray Bookchin," in David DeLeon, ed., Leaders from the 1960’s: A Sourcebook of American Activism (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp. 297-305.
-  "Peter Marshall’s Nature’s Web " (Review Article) in Anarchist Studies 2 : 137-152.
-  "World Wild Web" (Review Article) in The Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy 11 (1994): 201-206.
-  "Social Ecology and the Future of the Earth" in H. Odera Oruka, ed. Philosophy, Humanity and Ecology: Philosophy of Nature and Environmental Ethics (Nairobi: African Centre for Technology Studies Press), pp. 329-335.

-  [Transl.] Elisée Reclus, "Elisée Reclus’ Voyage to New Orleans 1855, Parts II and III" in Mesechabe 12 (Spring 1994): 17-22.

1995

-  "Utopické Sny A Nocni Mury" in Filosoficky Casopsis 43: 303-329.
- "Not Deep Apart" [Book Review], George Sessions, ed., Deep Ecology for the 21st Century in Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy 12 : 98-104.
- "The Rorty of the Crowd: Blood and Irony in Recent American Philosophy" in Exquisite Corpse 53 (1995): 30-35.
- "Cults of Consumption, Part IV" in Mesechabe #13 (Summer 1995): 10-13.
- "Anti-Ecorotica: Sex Among the Televangelists," in Exquisite Corpse #54 (1995): 6-9.
- "Before It’s Too Late," in Raymond Schroth, ed., The Loyola Personal Reading List: A Faculty Guide to 100 Books Which Have Touched Their Lives (New Orleans: Loyola University, 1995), pp. 25-29.

1996

-  "Aujourd’hui l’écologie?" [Book Review] Luc Ferry, The New Ecological Order and Michel Serres, The Natural Contract in Terra Nova: Nature & Culture 1 (1996): 112-119.
-  "Utopické sny a nocni mury" in Svobodná Mysl 8 (Apr. 1996):17-24.
- "The Dragons of Brno" in The Fifth Estate 31 (Spring, 1996): 16-17, 31.
-  "How Wide Is Deep Ecology?" in Inquiry 39 (June 1996): 189-201.
- [Book Review] Marie Fleming, The Geography of Freedom in Social Anarchism 22 : 57-65.
- "Ecopolitics as a Politics of Spirit", English version of "Une Politique de l’Esprit," published in Silence: "Ecologie, Alternatives, Non-Violence" 199/200 (Jan. 1996): 13-15."

1997

- "Beyond Universalism and Relativism: Toward a Dialectical and Naturalistic Theory of Value,". Originally published as "Au-delà de l’universalisme et du relativisme: vers une théorie naturaliste dialectique de la valeur" in Tout est Relatif—Peut-être . (Lyon: Atelier de Création Libertaire, 1997
- "Bookchin Agonistes" in The Fifth Estate 32 (Spring 1997): 20-23.
- "The Dialectical Social Geography of Elisée Reclus" in Andrew Light and Jonathan M. Smith, eds.,Philosophy and Geography I: Space, Place, and Environmental Ethics. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield), pp. 117-142.
- "A Social Ecology" in Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 8: 3-33. It was written for and also appeared in M. Zimmerman et al., Environmental Philosophy, second edition (Prentice Hall, 1998) p. 416-440.
- "Freeport and the Conscience of the University" New Orleans Loyola University ’’Maroon’’ (Friday, April 11, 1997).

1998

- "The Tao of Anarchy," The Fifth Estate 33 (Summer 1998): 16-21.
- "Political Ecology," in Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics (Academic Press, 1998), Vol. 3, pp. 581-593.
- "New Llano Community" in Encyclopedia of the American Left [2nd edition]. New York: Oxford Un. Press, 1998.
-  "Reply" to Joel Kovel, Kate Soper and Mary Mellor in Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 9: 37-45.
-  "Reply" to Joan Roelofs in Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 9: 165-169.
-  "Naess and Lloyd on Spinoza as Ecophilosopher" in Philosophical Dialogues: Arne Naess and the Progress of Philosophy (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield). ), pp. 102-106.
-  "Municipal Dreams: A Social Ecological Critique of Bookchin’s Politics" in Andrew Light, ed., Social Ecology After Bookchin. NewYork: Guilford Publications, pp. 137-190.
-  "Murray Bookchin" and "New Llano Community" in Encyclopedia of the American Left [second edition] (New York: Oxford Un. Press).
- [Book Review] David Macauley, Minding Nature: The Philosophers of Ecology in Environmental Ethics 20 : 199- 202.
- [Book Review] "Jacqueline Bishop, Em Memória Chico Mendes"" in The New Orleans Review 24 (1998): 165-167.

1999

- "The Surre(gion)alist Manifesto" in Andrei Codrescu, ed., Thus Spake the Corpse. Black Sparrow Press, 1999.
- "The Politics of Social Ecology: Beyond the Limits of the City" in Democracy and Nature, Vol. 5, No. 3 (1999): 523-560.
- "Nietzschean Anarchy and the Post-Mortem Condition" in Exquisite Corpse #62 (1999).
- and Camille Martin [coeditors and cotranslatosr] Elisée Reclus’ Voyage to New Orleans. Enfield, NH: Glad Day Books, x + 75 pp.
- "Beyond the Limits of the City: The Politics of Social Ecology" in Democracy and Nature 5 : 523-560.
- [Book Review] Graham Purchase, Evolution and Revolution: An Introduction to the Life and Thought of Peter Kropotkin in Fifth Estate vol. 34, no. 2 (1999): 21, 27.

2000

- How Wide is Deep Ecology?" in Eric Katz, Andrew Light and David Rothenberg, eds. Beneath the Surface: Critical Essays in the Philosophy of Deep Ecology (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2000), pp. 3-15.
- "Going With the (Cash) Flow: Taoism and the New Managerial Wisdom" on Britannica.Com Humanities Web Site (May 2000).
- “Laughing Matters, Or, In Praise of Folly” on Britannica.Com Humanities Web Site (July 2000).
- "The Matter of Freedom: Ecofeminist Lessons in Social Ecology" in Capitalism Nature Socialism # 43 (2000): 62-80.
- "The Matter of Freedom: Ecofeminist Lessons in Social Ecology" in Zimmerman, et al, eds. Environmental Philosophy: From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2000), pp. 455-470.
"The Tao of Capitalism" in Fifth Estate 35 (2000): 8-9.
"Derrida’s Secret Name, Or, What Transpired in the Auditorium of Gaea and Logos" in Andrei Codrescu, ed., Thus Spake the Corpse, Vol. II (Black Sparrow Press, 2000). pp. 266-272.
- "Alan Dordoy and Mary Mellor’s ’Ecosocialism and Ecofeminism’" in Capitalism Nature Socialism #45 (2001): 87-91.
- “An Anarchist Tragedy: On Robert Graham’s Tale of ‘Broken Promises’” in Social Anarchism #31 (2001): 23-39.
- "Marx’s Natures: A Response to Foster and Burkett" in Organization and Environment 14 (2001): 451-462.
- "Contributions to the Critique of Political Ecology"in Capitalism Nature Socialism #47 (2001): 29-36.
-  "Being Green", Delta Green Quarterly, 1994.
-  "Freeport Still Has A Long Way To Go"
-  "Laughing Matters, or, In Praise of Folly". Originally published on Britannica.Com Humanities Site (July 2000). Britannica.Com Humanities and History Web Page

2001

- [Book Review] Alan Carter, A Radical Green Political Theory in Capitalism Nature Socialism 45 (2001): 153-158.

2002

- "The Utopian" in Fifth Estate Vol. 37, No. 1 (2002): 15-17.
- "Cornelius Castoriadis: Thinking About Political Theory" in Capitalism Nature Socialism #49 (2002): 67-74.
- “Between Earth and Empire: West Papua’s Struggle against State and Corporate Domination” Presented at International Conference: "Réflexions sur l’impact des entreprises multinationales américaines sur la société" (Reflections on the Social Impact of American Multinational Corporations), Grenoble, France, January 11, 2002.
- "Tra Terra e Impero: I Papuani Contro le Multinazionali" in Libertaria vol. 4, no. 2 (2002): 24-33.
- "Bernard Charbonneau: Regionalism and the Politics of Experience" in Capitalism Nature Socialism #51 (2002): 41-48.
- “From Globalization to Global Justice,” in Natun Bangla. Dhaka, Banglasdesh (August 26, 2002), p. 3. Presented at seminar on “Globalization and the Third World,” August 10, 2002, Central Public Library, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Sponsored by the Bengladeshi NGO WISER (Work for Integrated Socio-Economic Efforts in Reconstruction).
- "AnarChapters: Zhuangzi and the Spirit of Anarchy" in Fifth Estate #359 (2002-03): 20-25.

2003

- "Comments at Feb. 15 Anti-War Rally, Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA."CORTÉS, Omar. La leyenda. Un acercamiento al periódico Regeneración.
- "The State of the State" in Capitalism Nature Socialism #54 (2003): 112-119.
- "Anarkismi ja nykymaailman kriisi" Suom. Timo Ahonen ja Ulla Vehaluoto. Pamflettijulkaisu, Väärinajattelija, Joensuu 2003.

2004

- Anarchy, Geography, Modernity: The Radical Social Thought of Elisée Reclus. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2004, xii + 271 pp.
- "The Problem of Political Culture" in Capitalism Nature Socialism #57 (2004): 103-108.
- "Left at the Post-" [Review essay on Ernesto Laclau and Chantel Mouffe, Hegemony and Socialist Strategy] in Social Anarchism 36 (Spring 2004): 28-35.
- "Introduction" to Elisée Reclus, L’Évolution, la révolution et l’idéal anarchique (Montréal: Lux Éditeur, 2004), pp. 7-30.
- "The Allegory of the Birds"(Videography and Editing by Justin Mauck. Direction by Nancy Sharon Collins. © 2008 New Orleans Green Salon.
- "The Microecology of Community" in Capitalism Nature Socialism #60 (2004): 169-179.
- "Nietzschean Anarchy and the Post-Mortem Condition" in John Moore and Spencer Sunshine, eds., I Am Not A Man, I Am Dynamite: Friedrich Nietzsche and the Anarchist Tradition (Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia, 2004).
- [Book Review] ["Fatherland or Mother Earth ?" From Social Anarchism 36 (Spring 2004): 104-106
- "On the US Presidential Election : The Left Sells its Soul to the Devil and all it Gets for it Is A Lousy ’Support Our Troops’ T-shirt"

2005

- "Zen Anarchy" in Fifth Estate #368-369 (2005) 69-73.
- "The Gift of Hope: Sarvodaya Shramadana’s Good Work" in Capitalism Nature Socialism #62 (2005): 1-9.
- “Anarchism, Religion and Nature " in Bron Taylor, ed., Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. London and New York: Continuum, 2005,pp. 49-56.
- “Social Ecology,” in Bron Taylor, ed., Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. London and New York: Continuum, 2005, pp. 1569-1571.
- "Peter Kropotkin" in Bron Taylor, ed., Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. London and New York: Continuum, 2005, pp. 971-972
- "Elisée Reclus" in Bron Taylor, ed., Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. London and New York: Continuum, 2005, pp. 1351-1352.
- "Critica dell’ecologia politica" in Libertaria vol. 7, no. 4 (2005): 43-50.
- "The Indigenous Struggle Against Violence and Oppression: Resistance to State and Corporate Domination, Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism in West Papua" in Santi Nath Chattopadhyay, ed., World Peace: Problems of Global Understanding and Prospect of Harmony. Kolkata, India: Punthi Pustak, 2005.
- "Elisée Reclus and Emile Masson: Becoming Self-Conscious," English version of "Elisée Reclus et Emile Masson: Prendre Conscience de Soi-Même" in J.-Didier and Marielle Giraud, Emile Masson: Prophète et Rebelle. Rennes, France: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2005, pp. 107-115.
- "From the Gulf to the Gulf: New Orleans Professor John Clark Testifies on the ’Triple Crime of Katrina’ " Radio Interview "Democracy Now" (video)

2006

- "The Long Road Home to New Orleans. Text and photos by John Clark" Divergences ( 2006)
- "A Letter from New Orleans: Reclusian Reflections on an Unnatural Disaster" in Capitalism Nature Socialism vol. 17 #1 (March 2006): 7-18.

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- ¨ "A Letter from New Orleans: Reclusian Reflections on an Unnatural Disaster" in Fifth Estate #371 (Winter 2006): 5-14.

- "Lettera da New Orleans" in Libertaria, vol. 8, no. 1 (2006): 8-19.
- "Postscript to “A Letter from New Orleans,” Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, (Fall 2006)Divergences, 15 (June 2009)
- "The Indigenous Struggle Against Violence and Oppression: Resistance to State and Corporate Domination, Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism in West Papua" in Santi Nath Chattopadhyay, ed., World Peace: Problems of Global Understanding and Prospect of Harmony (Kolkata, India: Punthi Pustak, 2005).
- "Pri Elisée Reclus (Elizeo Rekluzo)," interview (Esperanto, translated from French) in SAT Kulutro (January 2006).
- "Notes of a Native Son: Stories of Oppression and Mutual Aid in New Orleans" in GEO #70 (Spring 2006):7.
- "Il Manifesto Surre(gion)alista" in Lato Selvetico 29 (2006): 12-18.
- "New Orleans: Do You Know What It Means?" in New: Translating Cultures/Cultures Traduites 2 (2006).
"Mephisto, Jr." in Divergences (September 28, 2006) at http://divergences.be/article.php3?id_article=195
"Topluluk Mikroekolojis" in Üç Ekoloji 5 (2006).

2007

- "Bridging the Unbridgeable Chasm: The Dialectic of Personal and Political Transformation" in Perspectives on Anarchist Theory (Fall, 2006): 33-41.
- "Remembering Helen Hill," in Fifth Estate (Spring 2007): 42, 47-49.

-* "Remembering Helen Hill. A New Orleans community comes together after the murder of a friend and activist", Divergences 7 (May2007)

- "Brief presentation of Élisée Reclus (born March 15, 1830, Sainte-Foy-la-Grande, France - died July 4, 1905, Thourout, near Bruges, Belgium)"
- “Letter from New Orleans” (English with Italian translation) in Marcella Schmidt di Friedberg, ed. Elisée Reclus: Natura ed Educazione (Torino: Pearson Paravia Bruno Mondadori, 2007)
- " Just And Sustainable New Orleans: John Clark" (Radio Interview)

2008

- “Zizek’s Act” in The New Humanist 123 (January-February 2008): 18-21.
- “Domesticating the Dialectic: A Critique of Bookchin’s Neo-Aristotelianism” in Capitalism Nature Socialism, vol. 19 #1 (March 2008): 51-68.
- “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Metaphor: James Lovelock and the Revenge of Gaia” in Capitalism Nature Socialism, vol. 19 #2 (June 2008):51-68.
- “Deep Play in the City: From the Situationist Dérive to Surre(gion)al Exploration” in Drain #8 (November 2008).
- "On Being None with Nature: Nargarjuna and the Ecology of Emptiness" in Capitalism Nature Socialism, vol. 19 #4 (December 2008): 6-29.,
- "The Microecology of Community" [Japanese translation] in Journal of Environmental Thought and Education, Vol. 2 (2008): 135-141.
- "Dialectical Political Ecology". [A Talk Presented at Colby College, Waterville, Maine, Oct. 6, 2008]

2009

- “Capabilities Theory and the Limits of Liberal Justice: On Nussbaum’s Frontiers of Justice”in Human Rights Review, Volume 10, Issue 4 (2009), pp. 583–604.
- “On Biehl’s Defense of Bookchin’s Immanent Dialectic” in Capitalism Nature Socialism 20:1 (March, 2009): 125-29.
- Reclus, E." in International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (Oxford: Elsevier, 2009), Vol. 9, pp. 107-110.
- “Deep Play in the City,” in Big Bridge 14 (2009).

2010

- "Anarchy and the Dialectic of Utopia" in Laurence Davis and Ruth Kinna, eds., Anarchism and Utopianism (Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 2010): 9-30.
- “Introduction” to Ursula K. LeGuin’s "A Non-Euclidean View of California as a Cold Place to Be" in The Fifth Estate (Spring 2010):14-15.
- "Critique of the Gotham Program(Thoughts on the Manifesto for a Left Turn)" in Situations Vol. 3, No. 2 (2010)
- "The Tragedy of Common Sense; Part Two: From Ideology to Historical Reality" in Capitalism Nature Socialism 21:4 (2010): 34-49.
- "A Dialogue with Arne Naess on Social Ecology and Deep Ecology (1988-1997)" in The Trumpeter: Journal of Ecosophy, Vol 26, No 2 (2010): 20-39.
- "Taking the California Out of Buddhism" [Review article] in The Common Review 9:2 (2010-11): 51-55.
- "The Third Concept of Liberty" in Journal of Environmental Thought and Education, 4 (2010): 134-149.
- "The Coming Insurrection/Resurrection" [talk at Left Forum 2010]

2011

- “What Can We Do To Support Egypt? Address in Solidarity with the Popular Revolution” in New Clear Vision, (February 11, 2011)

-* Common Dreams, (February 7, 2011)

- “The Cost of Oil: Life in Louisiana, and on Earth, Struggles to Survive,” New Clear Vision, April 20, 2011

-* Common Dreams, April 20, 2011 ;

- “Bad I.O.U.: Badiou’s Fidelity to the Event” in Logos, vol. 10, issue 3 (2011)
- "Occupy? Wall St.?" The Raging Pelican, Nov. 5, 2011.

-* Reprinted as "The Significance of Occupy Wall St.” inNew Clear Vision

and

- "From the Movement of Occupation to the Community of Liberation," The Raging Pelican, Nov. 5, 2011.

-* Divergences 28 (November 2011)

- ‘The Third Concept of Liberty, Part I” [Japanese translation] in Sougou Ningengaku [Synthetic Anthropology] 5 (May, 2011): 148-163.

2012

- Surregional Explorations (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr, Publisher, 2012), vii + 182 pp.
- The Impossible Community: Realizing Communitarian Anarchism. 272 p. ISBN: 9781441185471.
- "Preface" to Randall Amster, Anarchism Today (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2012), pp, ix-xii.
- “Political Ecology” in Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, 2nd Ed., Vol. 3. (San Diego: AcademicPress, 2012), pp. 505–516
- "The Third Concept of Liberty, Part II" [Japanese translation]
Sougou Ningengaku [Synthetic Anthropology] 6 (May, 2012): 222-236.

2013

- Anarchy, Geography,Modernity. Selected Writings of Elisée Reclus. Edited and traslanted by John Clark and Camille Martin. PM Press, 2013. 304 p. ISBN: 978-1-60486-429-8 Paperback


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