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Everyday Anarchism

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Everyday Anarchism

Graham Culbertson

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The core idea of this podcast comes from David Graeber, who wrote that our everyday life is mostly run on anarchism, and at the same time people believe that anarchism doesn’t work. One of these is wrong. I hope to illuminate how our communities already depend on Mutual Aid, in big and small ways. I'll do that by excavating the historical events and cultural trends you already know about, but have never thought about in terms of anarchism. Find me at https://www.everydayanarchism.com
 
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This week's episode is an interview with Professor Leonard Williams, a professor of political science, crossword puzzle constructor, and author of the new book, Black Blocks, White Squares: Crosswords with an Anarchist Edge. Join me and Professor Williams for a discussion of that book, plus the anarchist nature of 60s protests, the forces driving t…
 
Wow! A. Campbell Payne is a listener and a professional audio engineer and offered to revamp some of the episodes, which is so awesome. This one in particular had major sound quality issues so here it is after they took a swing at it. Especially important to hear from trans people right now too. Thank you so much A.! Originally aired 7/9/17…
 
Science is real! At least that's what my neighbor's sign says. But what does it mean to claim that science is real? Aren't lots of things real? In this episode, I argue that "science is real" is a claim that science isn't just real, it has access to a higher reality, one that nonscientists aren't allowed to argue with. This means science isn't just…
 
In this Q&A episode, I respond to questions about voting, juries, and other elements of the political process. Tune in to hear how I think we can use parts of the political process, like voting and the justice system, to try to make the world a more anarchist place. I also answer two questions about David Graeber, in anticipation of his new book, T…
 
A version of this pamphlet can be read at https://saashadotnet.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/anarchism-and-the-national-liberation-struggle-arm.pdfAlfredo M. Bonanno's famous and controversial attempt to grapple with the struggles for national liberation and deal with them in an Anarchist framework of federalism and liberation.…
 
Now that Jesus Christ is out of the way, we can study Jesus of Nazareth, the anarcho-communist who hated property, encouraged his followers to share everything together, and sent the rich to hell without even thinking about it. Our guide to this Jesus is Walter Rauschenbusch, whose bold claim for Jesus as a socialist in the early 20th century rever…
 
This essay can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Why I Left the left/Why I Left the PSL… or the DSA or Socialist Alternative or whatever, is a short piece reflecting on the contemporary North American left and its many problems.โดย audibleanarchism
 
In this episode, I dive into the definition of anarchism. Are the street fighters of the black bloc "really" "anarchists"? Is cooperation really all it takes to be an "anarchist"? Why even bother with this dangerous term "anarchism" anyway? Was Tolstoy even an "anarchist"? If you want to skip to a specific question: 01:50 - Do everyday anarchists a…
 
This appeal can be read here https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/errico-malatesta-let-us-go-to-the-people Let us go to the people is Errico Malatesta's response to the Sicilian peasant Fasci movement in the 19th century and the growing struggles of change and justice in southern Italy. It outlines a strategy of engagement and criticizes insular…
 
Jesus of Nazareth was an anarchist. But he doesn't get talked about too much by Christians. Instead, Christians tend to focus on Jesus Christ, who was made up by the Romans more than 300 years after Jesus died. I'll talk about the anarchist Jesus of Nazareth next time; this week is all about how a visionary, anti-clerical, anti-imperial, anarcho-co…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
In this Q&A episode, I devote most of the time to the question of vaccine mandates. Also included are: 0:20 - New website, and updates about the podcast's growth and how to support it. Go to www.everydayanarchism.com! 4:40 - Should anarchists support vaccine mandates? 31:15 - What's the connection between anarchism and utopia (featuring quotes from…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
Wow, this was a trip to find in the archives. Our first ever recording. A lot of it needs citations so listen critically, but there is a lot of good content (especially from CImms) that didn't make it into the first official episode so I'm glad to have found it. It's been a long four years and I don't feel the same way about everything any more, bu…
 
Marriage is a patriarchal, capitalistic tool of oppression. But John Milton, the man who made Satan a revolutionary hero, suggested that marriage could be rendered empowering, not oppressive. By divorce! Join me for the everyday anarchism of divorce - as well as a brief history of patriarcho-capitalistic marriage and Emma Goldman's scathing condemn…
 
Tolkien expert and fellow podcaster Sam Brock joins me for a discussion of Tolkien's anarchism! In my attempts to convince Sam that anarchism is the true hero of The Lord of the Rings, we discuss Ents as eco-terrorists, the Shire as a conservative anarchist utopia, Aragorn as a monarch who never governs, and power as the true villain. Check out Sam…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
I answer a question about Tolkien's anarchism, then a series of questions about anarchism, everyday anarchism, and why they matter! Featuring Tolkien's environmentalism, a conventional definition of libertarianism and an anarchist definition of libertarianism, discussion of Robert Nozick and Abdullah Öcalan, Kurdistan, the Paris Commune, the Spanis…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
In this episode, I answer listener questions, like: Would anarchism actually work? Do we have rights under anarchism? If everything is anarchism, doesn't that mean nothing is anarchism? My examples come from the Iliad, Shakespeare, and Hannah Arendt. Keep the questions coming to everydayanarchismpodcast@gmail.com!…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
In this episode, I introduce the idea that anarchism is all around you and you're using it every day. In fact, there's nothing more everyday - more normal, decent, and regular - than anarchism. Cooperation, or mutual aid, is how we structure our lives. And when we find alternatives to cooperation (like competition, commercialism, or coercion), we s…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
Transcript: Hi all, so, life keeps happening and I've been having a hard time finding time to work on this show, but just so you know there is another episode in the works. This one is an essay like the first episode of this season and it's of a personal nature and I just want to make sure I get it right so I'm spending some extra time on it. Thank…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
The text can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra... Possibly Errico Malatesta's most famous work and one that is often used as an introduction to Anarchism, Anarchy was first written in 1891, appeared in English translation in the monthly journal Freedom (September 1891—June 1892) and was reprinted as a pamphlet by Freedom Press in 189…
 
Her reflections can be read here https://theanarchistlibrary.org/libra..."This affair should not be labelled a conspiracy by the anarchists. Rather it should be called a conspiracy concocted by the public prosecutors." Kanno Sugako was a prominent Japanese Anarchist arrested and condemned to death for plotting to assassinate the Emperor. During the…
 
Article can be read at https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/mikhail-bakunin-the-death-penalty-in-russia This article was written to expose state oppression in the Russian Empire. Bakunin had been sent to St Petersburg's infamous Peter and Paul Fortress before escaping imprisonment and Russian Imperial territory by crossing through Siberia to a s…
 
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