Theses and Dissertations in English

This list is not exhaustive and if you notice any error or omission please write to Ronald Creagh.
Authors of Ph. D. Theses and Doctoral Dissertations are invited to send a summary of their work at the same address


GORDON, Gareth.- Horizons of Change: Deconstruction and the Evanescence of Authority.

ABSTRACT This dissertation considers the troubled relationship between Derridean deconstruction and the realm of theory and action that has (...)

SHAFFER, Kirwin Ray. " Purifying The Environment For The Coming New Dawn: Anarchism and Counter-Cultural Politics In Cuba, 1898- 1925 "

PH.D. University of Kansas,1998. 371 p. Chair: ANTON ROSENTHAL DAI, VOL. 59-10A, Page 3935 "Anarchists organized themselves into a constant (...)

SHEPHERD, David Allan. " From Bohemia to the Barricades: Erich Muhsam and the Development of a Revolutionary Drama "

Ph. D. Vanderbilt University,1992. 221 p DAI, VOL. 53-06A, Page 1933 The artistic development of the German writer and political activist (...)

SHOLBERG, Christopher J. " Anarchism and Planning "

245 p. M.C.P. 1991 The University of Manitoba (Canada) MAI, VOL. 31-04, Page 161 “A careful examination of planning literature, especially the (...)

SHPAYER-MAKOV, H. " British Anarchism, 1881-1914 "

Ph.D., University of London, 1981 1881

SHUBE, Lori Sue. " Ito Noe: Living in Freedom, A Critique of Personal Growth In Japanese Society "

M.A., University of Southern California 1996. 69 p. MAI, 35, no. 05, (1996): 1206 “Japan’s burgeoning era of Taisho democracy witnessed some of (...)

SHUBERT, A. " The Social Origins of Labour Militancy in Asturias, 1860-1934 "

Ph.D., University of London, 1982

SHUFORD, Robert Weir. " Anarchism and Social Action in America: A Case Study of an Alternative Health Care Facility "

Ph. D. Diss., Northwestern University, 1974

JELAVICH, Peter Charles. "Theater in Munich 1890-1914 : A Study in the Social Origins of Modernist Culture"

Princeton University. Ph. D., 1982. This thesis seeks to examine the political, social, and economic factors that led to the rise of modernist (...)

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

Ph.D., Loyola University, 1979

DONOVAN, Christine. "The Literary and Visual Portrayal of Anarchists in the Media 1880-1910"

Master of Arts, University of Reading, 1987

GOYENS, Tom. "Gemeinschaft und Revolution: The German Anarchist Movement in New York City, 1880-1914".

Doctoral dissertation, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), October 2003 With the exception of Chicago, there are very few studies of (...)