we’ll be reading preliminary notes on modes of reproduction, a piece from Baedan #1, among other worthy publications (that are harder to find).
and we’re on the search for good anarcha-feminist writings on issues with identity, so if you have thoughts on this, hook us up.
this week we’re reading no selves to abolish, published in hostis 2, and the proposal for next week is to read an as yet undetermined article by wilderson. if you have suggestions for wilderson, you can comment here (helpful if it’s available online). (the group has already read a couple of interviews with him, so maybe something new?)
we’re reading the continuing appeal again, this time with a specific focus on what perlman has to say about the differences and connections between nations and states, both in terms of territory, and in terms of cultural and/or ethnic autonomy. if you’ve done any reading on this topic, you can link them in the comments here, and we can do some supplemental reading too (for those who have time).
(not deep, and unclearly cited, but this link is sort of fun http://listverse.com/2016/06/29/10-instances-of-anarchist-societies-that-actually-worked/)
korvin rejects adding their own link, so here it is
“for mainstream liberals, but asks some interesting questions”
(10/10) we will look into this article by noel ignatiev (significant for starting race traitor, an interesting take on fighting racist behavior and expectations by white people). this piece is about redneck revolt, among other things. worth talking about anyway.