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(en) Canada: Sustaining the Struggle at the Montreal Bookfair, Sat. May 20

Date Fri, 19 May 2006 09:37:39 +0200 (CEST)


Part of the Festival of Anarchy and the day of the Montreal Anarchist
Bookfair, Lux Éditeur and the Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS) warmly
invite you to:
SUSTAINING THE STRUGGLE,
an event to celebrate the release of David Graeber?s « Fragments of an
Anarchist Anthropology » French translation, and the IAS? 10th
anniversary.
SATURDAY MAY 20, 8PM
Comité Social Centre-Sud
1710 Beaudry, (2 blocks from Ste-Catherine St.)
Métro Beaudry, Montréal (green line)
Free entrance. Donations welcome. Translation available.
Featuring:
David GRAEBER
Cindy MILSTEIN
and more!

Please join us for conversation, music, drinks, and socializing : A
fantastic opportunity for networking, and reaffirming our dedication to
critical engagement and radical social change now and for years to come.

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ABOUT THE INSTITUTE
FOR ANARCHIST STUDIES
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The IAS was established as a nonprofit foundation in 1996 in order to
support the development of anarchism through a grant-giving program for
radical writers. To date, the IAS has funded over fifty projects by
authors and translators from around the world. The IAS has grown
significantly since its inception. In addition to supporting projects like
the Latin American Archives Project and cosponsoring the Renewing the
Anarchist Tradition conference, the IAS also publishes a biannual
magazine, "Perspectives on Anarchist Theory," as a forum in which to
frame, explore, and debate questions of significance to contemporary
anarchist theory and practice. The IAS relies entirely on contributions
from generous individuals around the world to be able to carry out its
programs.

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ABOUT « Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology » and
DAVID GRAEBER
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David Graeber, has teached anthropology Yale University, and is the author
of Toward an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own
Dreams and Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology, among many other
publications. In 2005, David was informed that his teaching contract at
Yale would not be extended. However, it was not his scholarship that was
ever in question; rather it was his political philosophies that may have
played a heavy hand in the administration's unwarranted decision.


Infos :
lf.gaudet[at]luxediteur[dot]com
(514) 521.5499
http://www.luxediteur.com
http://www.anarchist-studies.org


Sender: "Louis" <lf_gaudet -A- resist.ca>


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