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(en) "Research on Anarchism" website - Reclus, Élisée (1830-1905).

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Date Tue, 20 Jul 2004 14:34:51 +0200 (CEST)

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July 4, 2004.- 99th Anniversary of the death of the celebrated
international geographer, Élisée Reclus. The "Research on Anarchism"
website is proud to open to the public on this day, at this new address
and with this new presentation. It celebrates on this day this humble
person who, according to his will, was buried in the common grave.
The Dialectical Social Geography of Élisée Reclus by John P. Clark
While Elisée Reclus is still recognized as an important figure in both
the history of geography and the history of anarchist political theory,
his thought has been given little careful examination in recent times.

"His ideas are even more relevant today than they were in his own day,
when he was widely known as the foremost geographer of France, and
feared by many as a dangerous political radical. Indeed, a careful study
of his thought shows him to be not only a pioneering figure in social
geography, but also an ecological social theorist who long ago explored
areas that have become central concerns (...)

FLEMING, M. "The Theoretical Works and Political Activities of
Elisee Reclus : A Study in the Development of Anarcho-Communism"
London School of Economics, Ph.D. 1976

Marie Fleming, The Geography of Freedom: The Odyssey of
Élisée Reclus (Review by John Clark)
This biography by Marie Fleming is highly recommended as a
comprehensive, readable survey of the life and ideas of Reclus. The
book is a revised and improved edition of Fleming’s earlier The
Anarchist Way to Socialism: Élisée Reclus and
Nineteenth-Century European Anarchism, which was already the best
source of information on Reclus in English. While the only other
extensive study in (...)

Bibliography. 2.- Studies
Anonymous. "M. Élisée Reclus and the Géographie
Universelle", Scottish Geographical Magazine, vol. 11 (May 1895) 5 :
248-251. Beck, Myrl E. "Comment", Geology 7 (sept. 1979), p. 418.
Berkland, James O. "Élisée Reclus : Neglected Geologic Pioneer
and First (?) Continental Drift Advocate," Geology, 7 (Apr. 1979), p.
189-192. Clark, John, "The Dialectical Social Geography of Elisée
Élisée Reclus
A Letter to the Spanish comrades about social change
To the editors of La Huelga General in Barcelona.
Brussels, Dec. 4, 1901.
" It’s easier to sacrifice one’s life than to make one’s whole
life an education for others."

Reclus, Élisée.- Pages de sociologie préhistorique 2000 Mai.
Congrès de Venise. "L’anarchiste et le juif, histoire d’une
rencontre" Voline. "Antisémitisme" RECLUS - BIBLIOGRAPHIE
Bibliographie des écrits d’Élisée Reclus publiés en
français 4. De 1888

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