États-Unis. 19e siècle


An Injury to One

USA, 2002 B&W and color 16mm., 53’. Director: Travis Wilkerson Script: Travis Wilkerson Cinematography: Travis Wilkerson Music: (...)

AUSTIN, Kate, American journalist.- An Anarchist Witness of the Haymarket Drama

Kate Austin’s family settled at Hook’s Point, Iowa, when she was six years old. But she lost her mother when she was eleven and had to take care of (...)

"Assassins". Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by John Weidman.

Based on an idea by Charles Gilbert, Jr. Playwrite Horizons, Inc., New York City produced ASSASSINS off-Broadway in 1990 "Assassins is about (...)

CLARK, John P. A Bibliography

Publications in English and other languages except French and Italian Français - Italiano 1972 "Creating a New School" in Innovative (...)

CREAGH, Ronald. Bibliographie (Sélection) des publications en français

(Les publications sont présentées en ordre chronologique inverse)

RIFFAUT-PERROT, Nicole.- "Joseph Dejacque ou la naissance de l’anarchisme français"

Mémoire de maîtrise sous la direction de J. Droz, Paris I, 1979, 60 p. Bibliothèque Jean-Maitron, 9, rue Malher 75004 (...)

BLATT, Martin Henry. "The Anarchism of Ezra Heywood (1829-1893): Abolition, Labor Reform, and Free Love,"

Ph.D., Boston U. Grad. School 1983; 415 pp. DAI 1983 44 (5): 1547-A "…the life and ideas of Ezra Heywood, an individualist anarchist who was (...)

BROOKS, Frank Hans. “Anarchism, Revolution, and Labor in the Thought of Dyer D. Lum: ‘Events Are The True Schoolmasters,’"

Ph.D. Cornell University, 1988. 466 p. DAI, VOL. 49-10A, Page 3139, 00466 Page “Dyer Daniel Lum (1839-1893), an American labor activist and (...)

DE LEON, David Henry. "The American as Anarchist. A Sociohistorical Interpretation"

University of Iowa, Ph.D. 1972

DRINNON, Richard. "Emma Goldman : A Study in American Radicalism"

Ph.D. University of Minnesota, 1957 This work inspired many people to study Emma Goldman after it was publication as a (...)

MORTON, K.W. "Community as Metaphor: Anarchy and Structure in American Culture 1830-1930 "

Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1986

PERRY, L.C. " Anti-slavery and Anarchy: A Study of Political Ideas of the Abolitionists before the Civil War "

Ph.D., Cornell University, 1967