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(en) Swiss, Info sheet of CIRA #134 - December 2011 (fr) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 18 Dec 2011 11:55:03 +0200

MEETING --- PARIS 16th: Until Sunday, February 19, 2012. The Museum presents a Marmottan Monet exhibition "Henri Edmond Cross and Neo-Impressionism: From Seurat to Matisse. " It follows the chronological development of the work of Henri Edmond Cross (1856-1910) and compares to other Neo-Impressionists (Signac, Angrand, Dubois-Pillet, Pissarro, Luce, Van Rysselberghe). These artists have put in practice a rigorous technique using optical mixing, the division of the button, the contrast of colors and use of complementary. Most of these artists were also involved in the anarchist movement. ---- Address: Marmottan Monet Museum, 2 rue Louis-Boilly, 75016 Paris (tel: 01 44 96 50 33 or email: Marmottan (a) marmottan.com). The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 6:00 p.m. (Thursdays until 20 hours).
Henri-Edmond Cross and Neo-Impressionism from Seurat to Matisse: Catalogue
of exhibition, MusÃe Marmottan Monet, Paris, 20 October 2011-19 February 2012. Hazan,
2011. 240 pages. (Exhibition catalog). 29 euros.


Books that are shown in the info sheet are available at your favorite bookseller or e-addresses sometimes mentioned. Those followed by the logo can be ordered CIRA to our address (think shipping).


At Notre-Dame-des-Landes, north of Nantes, an airport project has emerged in the mid-1960s. The struggle in the grove against the project recalls the opposition to the military camp of Larzac. For forty years, there has been demonstrations by foot, bicycle, tractors, distribution of leaflets and newspapers, organizing debates, occupations of farms and houses doomed to destruction, clearing and creation of community gardens, blocking of roads and construction sites, petitions, entartages ... Opponents are quick not to resort to direct action in spite of personal data collection and police repression and criminalization.
C'est c'tarmac What? : Airport project north of Nantes by the Collective Sudav. No Pasaran, 2011. 164 pages. 10 euros. Email Sudav: collectifsudav (a) samizdat.net


In Argentina, the picketers are excluded from neoliberalism: the unemployed and their families, and precarious workers below the poverty, the people of the north and south threatened with expulsion from their land. From 1996-1998, they organize and resist. They maintain their applications work just and worthy. They fight against the major political parties, poverty and subsidies skeletal, unemployment and precarious employment, the threat of hunger, child malnutrition, the increase in drug trafficking, repression of different fonts ...
Piqueteros of Argentina , a shared experience? by Frank Mintz. CNT-RP, 2011, 140 pages. 15 euros. CIRA

BOMBS. Since Hiroshima and the Vietnam War, air strikes are a key component of U.S. military strategy. Analysts have put in question the futility of this practice, by showing that it is more of " technological passion "than" military reason. " Howard Zinn (1922-2010) was a historian fierce opponent of American military policy. He says that we must condemn the heavy bombing because the victims, mostly civilians, are endless.
The bomb: the futility of bombing by Howard Zinn. Montreal: Lux, 2011. 96 pages. (Memory of the Americas). 10 euros.

PIERRE CONTY. On August 24, 1977, Pierre and Stephane Conty Viaux-Pecatte, members of an anarchist community ArdÃche, attacked a bank in LozÃre Villefort. Since few months, tensions were running high with the neighbors and the community farmers were threatened with expulsion. After the robbery, two shootings cause the death of a policeman and two bystanders. For the tabloids, Peter Conti becomes the " mad killer of the Ardeche. " StÃphane Viaux-Pecatte was arrested two months later and sentenced to 18 years in prison. To date, Peter Conti was never found ... This book was previously published by Robert Laffont in 1984, is supplemented by an epilogue that discusses the failures of the time while describing the writing of the book and his adventures.
Esperados The: A History of the 1970s, followed by The Herd by the horns by Yannick Blanc. The Journey, 2011. 304 pages. (Negative). 14 euros. CIRA

Jtxo Estebaranz tells the story of the struggles and experiences independent alternatives to the Basque Country in the 1980s. This period has seen intense social unrest. In addition to the nationalist movements, it has emerged an anti-authoritarian movement, anarchist and punk. He had many aspects: squats, pirate radio, fanzines, music. He found himself involved in labor struggles, students, feminists, anti-military, environmentalists, housing ... He underwent the punishment of Spanish and French states and the ostracism of the movement of national liberation classic.
War to the state: alternative experiences and struggles autonomous Basque Country (1980-1992) by Jtxo Estebaranz. Libertalia, 2011. 288 pages. 13 euros.

CHOMSKY. Noam Chomsky was born in 1928 in Philadelphia (USA). Linguist and philosopher known, it is known also for his career as public intellectual of anarchist sensibility. His critics, particularly focusing on policy foreign and U.S. media operations. Several collections of his texts have appeared in recent months. In Reflections on the university, he asks about the conditions of realization of the ideal of liberating education, at a time when universities are increasingly subject to interest industry. Near future is a book that presents the problems of today: widening gap between North and South, failures of interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan, Israeli-Americans offensive in Gaza, recent financial crises. But Chomsky welcomed the progress of democracy in Latin America and the movements of international solidarity. A first version of Autopsy of terrorism was published in 2001. Ten years after the attacks of Sept. 11, a decade of "war against terrorism" results in the execution of bin Laden. Chomsky analyzes the historical context of these international attacks and especially the role of the United States. He questions the incompatibility between the idea of international justice and the principle of immunity that agree to major Western powers. Finally, Chomsky's theories of language, language and grammar can be found in The nature and the language or much in Reflections on language.
Reflections on the University by Noam Chomsky. Reasons for action, 2010. 170 pages. 10 euros. Near future: freedom, independence and imperialism in the twenty-first century by Noam Chomsky. Montreal: Lux, 2011. 288 pages. (Near future). 22 euros. Autopsy of terrorism: the terrorist attacks of September 11 and the World Order by Noam Chomsky. Agone, 2011. 206 pages. IARC (Elements). 9 euros. The nature and language by Noam Chomsky. Agone, 2011. 210 pages. (Test bench). 22 euros. Reflections on Language by Noam Chomsky. Flammarion, 2011. 288 pages. (Champs. tests). 8 euros.

On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, the Union pacifist France (UPF) has published a brochure in honor of Louis Lecoin (1888-1971). Pacifist and anarchist, he led the struggle for obtaining the status of conscientious objector. He spent twelve years of his life in prison and made ââa long hunger strike to defend his ideas. It is the source of the founding of the UPF.
Lecoin Louis man of peace. Union Pacific, 2011. 54 pages. 5 euros. CIRA Address: UPE, BP 40196 Paris Cedex 13 (tel: 01 45 86 08 75, email: union-pacifist (a) orange.fr). Internet: http://www.unionpacifiste.org/

This volume brings together key theoretical essays and manifestos revolutionary Otto Gross (1877-1920). This disciple of Sigmund Freud was a figure of the bohemian intellectual, artistic and revolutionary Munich. He developed a program of sexual liberation and cultural revolution and tried to invent a form of psychoanalysis anarchist. Addict, considered an enemy of society, he was pursued by the police and the courts before dying of pneumonia.
Psychoanalysis and revolution: essays by Otto Gross. Publishing Sandre, 2011. 230 pages. 22 euros. ROMAN BLACK. Former metalworker, Gerard Amati honors defamed the proletariat in a criminal history which no policeman appears. At the beginning of May 68, a young anarchist was murdered. Those who killed him wanted to follow a certain sense of justice that we then discover that the strikes end at the satisfaction of political and union leaders of the country. ... In black storms by Gerard Amati. Creative workshop libertarian, 2011. 128 pages. 10 euros. CIRA

MUTINE sedition.
Since 2001, Mutines sedition has published a dozen books and pamphlets, mostly about the revolutionary movement in Italy. The side is a collection of pamphlets, posters, letters of prisons, court reporting and analysis. These documents trace the struggle of the Anarchists in Lecce (southern Italy) against a detention center for illegal immigrants run by a religious foundation. The prison was finally closed in 2005. Around the question revolutionary was written in 1854 by Joseph DÃjacque (1821-1864) while living in exile in New York. Anarchist uncompromising, he rejects any system of representation or delegation policy that would lead the individual to abdicate his will, leaving another voice in his place.
Undesirables: 1: Lecce (Italy), 2001-2010 (overview of struggles against detention centers and the world). Mutinous sedition, 2011. 220 pages. 8 euros. Around the revolutionary Joseph DÃjacque issue. Mutinous sedition in 2011. 222 pages. 8 euros. **


Jean Coulardeau runs the blog The computer, the last tower of Babel. In 2006 he published a book with that title. Without the removal of computers, he wondered about the functions of this instrument is intended to counter and locked the humans in an artificial city. His blog is largely devoted to the work of Jacques Ellul (1912-1994) whom he knew well and he will repeat certain texts. The Protestant theologian and sociologist who was interested in anarchism, is best known as a thinker of technology and alienation in the twentieth century.
Address: http://tourdebabel.over-blog.org/

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