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Writing revolution : Hispanic anarchism in the United States /
edited by Christopher J. Castañeda and Montse Feu (M. Montserrat Feu López).
Urbana : University of Illinois Press, [2019]
xiv, 305 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
0252042743, 0252084578, 9780252042744, 9780252084577
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Urbana : University of Illinois Press, [2019]
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Introduction: Hispanic Anarchist Print Culture : Writing from Below -- Spanish Republicanism and the Press : The Political Socialization of Anarchists in the United States (1880s-1910s) / Sergio Sánchez Collantes -- Globetrotters and Rebels : Correspondents of the Spanish-Language Anarchist Press, 1886-1918 / Alejandro de la Torre -- Anarchism and the End of Empire : José Cayetano Campos, Labor, and Cuba Libre / Christopher J. Castañeda -- Red Florida in the Caribbean "Red" : Hispanic Anarchist Transnational Networks and Radical Politics, 1880s-1920s / Kirwin R. Shaffer -- Spanish-speaking Anarchists in the United States : The Newspaper "Cultura Obrera" and Its Transnational Networks (1911-1927) / Susana Sueiro Seoane -- Spanish Firemen and Maritime Syndicalism, 1902-1940 / Jon Bekken and Mario Martin Revellado -- Moving West : Jaime Vidal, Anarchy, and the Mexican Revolution, 1904-1918 / Christopher J. Castañeda -- Caritina M. Piña and Anarcho-syndicalism : Labor Activism in the Greater Mexican Borderlands, 1910-1930 / Sonia Hernández -- Traces of the "Revista Única" : Appearances and Disappearances of Anarchism in Steubenville, 1909-1973 / Jesse Cohn -- The Anarchist Imaginary : Max Nettlau and Latin America, 1890-1934 / Jorell A. Meléndez-Badillo -- Reflections of the United States : Through the Pages of "La Revista Blanca", 1923-1936 / María José Domínguez and Antonio Herrería Fernández -- Transnational Anarchist Culture in the Interwar Period : The Magazine "Estudios" (1928-1937) / Javier Navarro -- Keepsakes of the Revolution : Transnational Networks and the U.S. Circulation of Anarchist Propaganda During the Spanish Civil War / Michel Otayek -- España Libre, 1939-1977 : Anarchist Literature and Antifascism in the United States / Montse Feu -- Federico Arcos (1920-2015) : An Iberian Anarchist Exile / David Watson.
"'Writing Revolution' examines the international movement of Spanish-speaking anarchists who sought social and economic freedom in the United States. Scholars from Latin America, Spain, and the United States will trace the nineteenth-century origins of Spanish-language anarchism and explore the manner in which its ideas and practices crossed borders in the Americas and deeply influenced the development of U.S. Spanish-speaking culture and society from the nineteenth through the twentieth century. This is a book that not only explores the evolution and development of anarchist thought and action, it examines how people widely dispersed over time but who had a shared language and perspective on authoritarian regimes found solidarity through communication and work. Transnational Libertad proposes a global approach to U.S. Hispanic anarchist history, culture, and legacy by examining transnational channels and networks, particularly the anarchist press." --
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