File:Sheffield Indymedia - 2011-05-21 Sheffield Anarchist Book Fair - 4 Sheffield Social Centre- Why? What? Where?.vorb.oga

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English: 5 talks from the 2011 Anarchist Book Fair in Sheffield:

Elephants, Dogmas and Taboos: a Friendly Critique of Anarchism

This talk was advertised with the following text:

"Anarchism is often unthinkingly dismissed - or uncritically embraced. This session takes a provocative look at anarchism, challenging a number of ideas taken for granted by most anarchists, to see how feasible - and desirable - anarchism really is."

Anarchism 101

This talk was advertised as:

"Everything you wanted to know about anarchism/libertarian communism but were afraid to ask. A panel discussion featuring members of the Anarchist Federation http://www.afed.org.uk/ , Solidarity Federation http://www.solfed.org.uk/ and the Commune http://thecommune.co.uk/ . "

Sorry the start of the discussion is missing, it's probably only the first 10mins at most that was missed.

Anarchist Studies Network Book Launch

Anarchism and Moral Philosophy - Edited by Benjamin Franks and Matthew Wilson

Anarchism and Utopianism Edited by Laurence Davis and Ruth Kinna

Postanarchism: A Reader Edited by Duane Rouselle and Sureyyya Evren

Sheffield Social Centre: Why? What? Where?

See http://www.sheffieldsocialcentre.org.uk/ for more on this project.

Luddites Organising Forum

This talk was advertised with the following blurb:

"From 1811 to 1813, thousands of textile workers in Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Lancashire rose up against the mill owners, by smashing the power looms which were throwing them into unemployment and starvation. In 2011, anarchists, labour organisers and green activists will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Luddite rebellion and planning resistance to the new industrial revolution we see today. This workshop will look at the expansion of corporate power through nanotechnology, biotechnology, surveillance, information and other technologies, and at how we can resist these developments in the spirit of our comrades 200 years ago."

The land magazine website is at http://www.thelandmagazine.org.uk/

For more information about the campaign see: http://www.luddites200.org.uk/

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Author Sheffield Indymedia
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Language English
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Additional Notes The audio was originally posted to Sheffield Indymedia where there are also some photos of the book fair stalls:

http://sheffield.indymedia.org.uk/2011/05/480138.html

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