Usually in the MayDay Rooms, 88 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1DH
BUT SEE CHANGE OF VENUE FOR FEBRUARY
Saturday 26 January, 2019
|M-L Berneri, 1918-1949|
More detail on the forthcoming book is available
Rhiannon Firth is Senior Research Officer in Sociology at the University of Essex, where she is working on the EPSRC-funded project 'Chatty Factories', investigating the social and ethical implications of new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and automation in manufacturing. Prior to this she was Research Fellow in Education at the University of East London, where she conducted research on a range of radical and critical pedagogies. She received her PhD, funded by the ESRC, from the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham. Her thesis involved ethnographic work with intentional communities throughout the UK. She has published articles on topics including urban utopianism, critical pedagogy and methodology, utopian theories of time and temporality, critical cartography, pedagogies of the body and feminist consciousness-raising. She is also currently writing about anarchist approaches to organising around natural disasters.
Saturday 23 February, 2019
CHANGE OF VENUE - This meeting now to be at The Poetry Café
22 Betterton Street
Lidia Iazzolino is a PhD candidate at Anglia Ruskin University. Her research focuses on the lives and the thought of several British anarchist women during the first two decades of the twentieth century. She is particularly interested in analysing the evolution of their system of thought and of their political ideas in antebellum Britain, as well as searching evidence of their contribution to their community and the British anarchist milieu.
Saturday 23 March, 2019
|EM online archive/|
Errico Malatesta is a singular figure in anarchist history, given the length of his activity and the impact he made. How well did his perspectives stand up, in the light of events and developments before and after WW1, in the light of experience in France, Italy and Argentina?
Anthony Zurbrugg is a bookseller and publisher. He has edited and translated: Bakunin: Selected Texts 1868-1875 and René Berthier’s Social-Democracy and Anarchism in the International Workers' Association, 1864-1877. His most recent publication is Anarchist Perspectives in Peace and War, 1900-1918, and he is working on a sequel: Anarchist Perspectives: Revolution and Syndicalism: From 1917 to 1930.