MOYA, Jose. "The Positive Side of Stereotypes: Jewish Anarchists in Early-Twentieth-Century Buenos Aires"
– MOYA, Jose. in Jewish History 18 (Jan. 2004) 1 pp. 19-48. Summary During the late 19th century and the beginning of the 20th, anarchism (...)
The Buenos Aires Tragedy 29 January - 2 February 1931. The Last Fight of Severino di Giovanni & Paulo Scarfo
London: Kate Sharpley Library, 2004. 33 p.
FALCÓN Ricardo, GALITELLI Bernardo, MUNCK Ronaldo, Argentina : From Anarchism to Peronism. Workers Unions and politics 1855-1985
London, Zed Books, 261p, 1987
MOYA, Jose. "Italians in Buenos Aires‚ Anarchist Movement: Gender Ideology and Women’s Participation"
– MOYA, Jose
in: Donna Gabaccia and Franca Iacovetta eds., Women, Gender, and Transnational Lives: Italian Women around the World (Toronto: (...)
Grupo Impulso Autogestionario: Argentina: Poverty and the Militarization of Society
Received, translated from Spanish to English and distributed April, 1990 by Charlatan Stew, Seattle, WA USA
DELGADO REY, Leandro. ""The Role of Anarchism in the Education of Independent Intellectuals in Río de la Plata (1900-1930)"
Contracorriente, Fall 2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p. 163-197, 35 p. English Summary
The article discusses the influence of anarchism on independent (...)