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GORDON, Uri. Bibliography
Article published on 6 April 2012

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- “Utopia in Contemporary Anarchism”. In Lawrence Davis and Ruth Kinna (eds.), Anarchism and Utopianism (Manchester University Press, 2009)
- "Anarchism and the Politics of Technology" WorkingUSA : The Journal of Labor and Society · Volume 12 · (September 2009) · pp. 489–503.
- Anarchy Alive!: Anti-Authoritarian Politics from Practice to Theory. London: Pluto Press. ISBN 9780745326832
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- “Israeli Anarchism: Statist dilemmas in a joint struggle”, Anarchist Studies 15.1 (2007)
- “Practising Anarchist Theory: Towards a participatory political philosophy”. In Stevphen Shukaitis and David Graeber (eds.), Constituent Imagination: Militant Investigation, Collective Theorization (AK Press, 2006). ISBN 978-1-904859-35-2
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Review of William J. Fishman, “East End Jewish Radicals: 1875–1914”; Rudolf Rocker, “The London Years”. Anarchist Studies 14.2 (2006)
“Αναρχία: What did the Greeks actually say?”, Anarchist Studies 14.1 (2006)
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D. Phil thesis, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, 2005. 353 pp."

Review of Paul Kingsnorth, “One No, Many Yesses”; Notes from Nowhere (eds.), “We are - Everywhere”. Perspectives on Anarchist Theory 8.1 (2004)
Review of Michael Albert, “The Trajectory of Change”; Starhawk, “Webs of Power”; John Holloway, “Change the World without Taking Power”. The New Formulation 2.1


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