ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies

Volume 11, issue 3, 2012


Edited by the ACME Editorial Collective


Special Theme Issue

Anarchist and Autonomous Marxist Geographies

Guest edited by Nathan Clough and Renata Blumberg


Toward Anarchist and Autonomist Marxist Geographies, pages 335-351

Nathan Clough and Renata Blumberg


Are “Other Spaces” Necessary? Associative Power at the Dumpster, pages 352-372

Nicholas Jon Crane


Anarchism, Geography, and Queer Space-making: Building Bridges Over Chasms We Create, pages 373-392

Farhang Rouhani


Organizing for Survival: From the Civil Rights Movement to   Black Anarchism through the Life of Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin, pages 393-412

Nik Heynen and Jason Rhodes


At the Intersection of Anarchists and Autonomists: Autogestioni and Centri Sociali, pages 413-438

Pierpaolo Mudu


Counter (Mapping) Actions: Mapping as Militant Research, pages 439-466

Counter Cartographies Collective, Craig Dalton, and Liz Mason-Deese


Autonomist Marxist Theory and Practice in the Current Crisis, pages 467-491

Brian Marks


Bridging Common Grounds: Metaphor, Multitude, and Chicana Third Space Feminism, pages 492-511

Cathryn Jesefina Merla-Watson


Gramsci Is Not Dead: For a ‘Both/And’ Approach to Radical Geography, pages 512-524

Mark Purcell


Re-inscribing the Hegemony of Hegemony: A Response to Mark Purcell, pages 525-529

Richard JF Day


Frankenstein is Dead, pages 530-532

Mark Purcell



Tribute:


Rose Street and Revolution: A Tribute to Neil Smith (1954-2012), pages 533-546

Tom Slater   




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Contents, Volume 11, Issue 3, 2012