Chicago (Illinois, USA)

Articles

Lucy Parsons Meets William Morris

Britain 2000 20 minutes DIRECTOR: Helena Stevens. Lucy Parsons was one of the first emancipated women in the history of the American (...)

AVRICH, Paul. Bibliography

A major American historian of anarchism in the United States, but also of the Russian Revolution of 1917.

Bibliography

Schaack, Michael J. Anarchy and anarchists : a history of the red terror and the social revolution in America and Europe : communism, socialism, (...)

DUBERMAN, Martin.- Haymarket : a novel

New York : Seven Stories Press, 2003. ISBN: 1583226184 "A historically faithful first novel that brings to life late nineteenth-century Chicago (...)

NELSON, B. " Culture and Conspiracy: A Social History of Chicago Anarchism 1870-1900 ’

"An excellent analysis of the rank and file of the Chicago anarchists." Ronald Creagh Ph.D., Northern Illinois University, (...)

SICIUS, F. " The Chicago ’Catholic Worker’ Movement, 1936 To The Present "

Ph.D., Loyola University, 1979

1886-1887 The Haymarket Crime. Bibliography

GLENN, Robert W. (comp.). Haymarket Affair: An Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993.

Profiles in Courage: John Peter Altgeld

US 1965 DIRECTOR: DANIEL PETRIE (60 mins.) written by Philip S. Goodman directed by Daniel Petrie guest cast: Burgess Meredith as (...)

FLOOD, Andrew.- "Rescuing Lucy Parsons for the Anarchist Movement"

LUCY PARSONS: Freedom, Equality & Solidarity. Writings & Speeches, 1878 – 1937 Edited and Introduced by Gale Ahrens with an afterward by (...)

BEKKEN, Jon. "The First Anarchist Daily Newspaper: The Chicagoer Arbeiter-Zeitung"

Anarchist Studies Volume 3, 2003 No.1 Between 1884 and 1910, Chicago anarchists produced the world’s first anarchist daily newspaper, the (...)

EVERETT, Martyn. "Art As A Weapon: Frans Seiwert & the Cologne Progressives"

The Raven no. 12, October/December 1990 Art has a long history of use as a propaganda weapon by the powerful, who have patronised particular (...)