Saturday, July 22, 2017

17.07.22: New Citations: American Civil Rights Movement, Anarchism, Antifascism, Antiwar Activism, Avant-Garde, Expressionism, IRPGF, Occupy Wall Street, Organized Labour, Popular Uprising, Pirates, Punk, Quebec Nationalism

American Civil Rights Movement: Journal Article: 2001: Kenneth T Andrews: Social Movements and Policy Implementation: The Mississippi Civil Rights Movement and the War on Poverty, 1965 to 1971, American Sociological Review: 66(1)

Anarchism: Zine: 2012- : Anathema: A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical
  • https://anathema.noblogs.org/

Antifascism: Book: 1935: Sinclair Lewis: It Can’t Happen Here, Signet

Antiwar Activism: Journal Article: 2002: Doug McAdam & Yang Su: The War at Home: Antiwar Protests and Congressional Voting, 1965 to 1973, American Sociological Review: 67(5)
  • Correlates antiwar activism with positive outcomes for the activists

Avant-Garde: Journal Article: 2017: Bernard Vere: “BLAST SPORT”?: Vorticism, Sport, and William Robert’s Boxers, Modernism/modernity: 24(2)

Expressionism: Book: 1967: Paul Klee 1879-1940: A Retrospective, Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation

International Revolutionary People’s Guerilla Forces: Pamphlet: 2017: “The Struggle is Not for Martyrdom but for Life”: A Critical Discussion About Armed Struggle with Anarchist Guerrillas in Rojava, Crimethinc.

Occupy Wall Street: Journal Article: 2017: Emil Husted & Allan Dreyer Hansen: The Alternative to Occupy?: Radical Politics Between Protest and Parliament. Triple C: 15(2)
  • Article contrasts OWS with a Danish parliamentary party called The Alternative
  • Occupy Wall Street was an attempt at creative a new form of society (“within the shell of the old”) and much OWS criticism take as its starting point the incorrect perspective that OWS was a progressive protest movement that couldn’t properly articulate its goals and what it demanded from the establishment. If the demand is to overthrow that establishment for the purpose of creating a different society, how is that demand to be articulated meaningfully?

Occupy Wall Street: Journal Article: 2017: Kamilla Petrick: Occupy and the Temporal Politics of Prefigurative Democracy. tripleC: 15(2)

Organized Labour: Journal Article: 2017: David Nettleingham: Canonical Generations and the British Left: The Narrative Construction of the Miners’ Strike 1984-85, Sociology: 51(4)
  • Investigates the effects of particular narratives of the events of the Miners’ Strike, on both the strike generation, and post-Thatcher generations of leftists

Organized Labour: Pamphlet: 1934: John J Ballam: 70,000 Silk Workers Strike for Bread and Unity, Labor Unity Publishers
  • Tells the story of a large strike that began in Paterson NJ
Popular Uprising: Book: 1977: Virginia Cooper, Ellen Deacon, Charles Esser, Christopher Moore: Resource Manual for a Living Revolution, New Society Publishers

Pirates: Book: 2017: Laura Dumcombe: Pirate Women: The Princesses, Privateers, and Prostitutes who Ruled the Seven Seas, Chicago Review Press

Punk: Film: 2016: Derrick Borte: London Town, Killer Films

Quebec Nationalism: Book: 1971: Ron Haggart and Aubrey E Golden: Rumours of War, new press

  • Imargery is mostly caricature drawings of FLQ members with a couple of photos
  • Includes a critical history of the origins of the war measures act

Saturday, July 15, 2017

17.07.15: New Citations: Avant-Garde Art, Charles Bukowski, David Graeber, Direct Action, Environmentalism, Irish Republican Army, Juggalos, Organized Labour, Piracy, Rave, Socialism, Spontaneous Uprisings, Street Gangs, Surrealism, Unorganized Militias

Avant-Garde Art: Book: 1992: Anthony Calnek (ed): The Great Utopia: The Russian and Soviet Avant-Garde 1915-1932, Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation

Avant-Garde Art: Book: 1975: Margit Rowell (ed): Frantisek Kupka, 1871-1957: A Retrospective, Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation

Charles Bukowski: Books: 2008: Charles Bukowski: Tales of Ordinary Madness, Virgin

Charles Bukowski: Books: 2008: Charles Bukowski: The Most Beautiful Woman in Town and Other Stories, Virgin

David Graeber: Web Video: 2017: TheRealNews: Real Media: Syria, Anarchism & Visiting Rojava, Youtube, www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yj8Kww3hCus

Direct Action: Film: 1999: David Fincher: Fight Club, Fox

Environmentalism: Zine: 2010: Knowing the Land is Resistance, KRL Collective
  • Local to Hamilton, content mostly focuses on the green spaces around Hamilton Ontario, including the Cootes Paradise area and the spaces around the Niagra escarpment
  • Towards the end of the zine the focus is on the Don River Valley in Toronto
  • Focused more on environmental history and discussion/description of the biomass of these areas rather than on activist action

Irish Republican Army: Film: 2008: Steve McQueen: Hunger, Film4

Irish Republican Army: Streaming Channel: 2014: REBELS OF IRELAND, YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrCI7ED1SaqHKLupOCNmBsg
  • Mostly videos of rebel songs accompanied by images honoring Republican paramilitary or political groups
  • Most videos in the colours of the republican flag
  • Was selected because it is a good source of rebel music

Juggalos: Film: 2016: Sean Dunne: American Juggalo 2, Very Ape Productions
  • Focuses on a single Juggalo, Alexander Perkins, who lost his legs to a train
  • He’s a better rapper than all of the Psychopathic Records roster

Organized Labour: Journal Article: 2001: Vincent J Roscigno & William F Danaher: Media and Mobilzation: The Case of Radio and Southern Textile Worker Insurgency, 1929 to 1934, American Sociological Review: 66(1)

Piracy: Book: 2017: Hellen Hollick: Pirates: Truth and Tales, Amberley

Rave: Radio episode: 2017.07.13: Witness: Castlemorton Common: Britain’s Biggest Illegal Rave, BBC
  • Discusses the Spiral Tribe

Socialism: Pamphlet: 0000: John Brown: Of Tea-Parties and Patriots: Liberty for Who?
  • Short pamphlet from the Tea Party years calling for tea party activists to recognize that they were acting against their own class interests

Spontaneous Uprising: Journal Article: 2017: Anastasia Veneti: Aesthetics of Protest: An Examination of the Photojournalistic Approach to Protest Imagery, Visual Communication: 16(3) DOI 10.1177/1470357217701591

Street Gangs: Book: 1993: Scott Cummings & Daniel J Monti: Gangs: The Origins and Impact of Contemporary Youth Gangs in the United States, State University of New York Press

Street Gangs: Journal Article: 2017: Desmond U Patton, Jeffrey Lane, Patrick Leonard, Jamie Macbeth, Jocelyn R Smith-Lee: Gang Violence on the Digital Street: Case Study of a South Side Chcago Gang Member’s Twitter Communication, New Media & Society: 19(7)
  • Looks at the twitter communication of Chicago gang members with a particular focus on Gakirah Barnes

Surrealism: Book: 1975: Max Ernst: A Retrospective, Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation

Unorganized Militias: Book: 2003: Joshua D Freilich: American Militias: State-Level Variations in Militia Activities, LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC

Saturday, July 1, 2017

17.07.01: New Citations: Anarchism, Antiwar Activism, Arab Spring, Avant-Garde Poetry, Dada, Folk Music, Suprematism, Indigenous Resistance, Surrealism, Prison Uprisings, Punk, Radical Arts

Anarchism: Journal Article: 2016: Dana Williams & Jeffrey Shantz: An Anarchist in the Acadamy, A Sociologist in the Movement: The Life, Activism, and Ideas of Howard J Ehrlich, Journal for the Study of Radicalism: 10(2)

Anarchism: Journal Article: 2016: Kenyon Zimmer: The Other Volunteers: American Anarchists and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939, Journal for the Study of Radicalism: 10(2)

Anarchism: Newsletter 2017- : KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library,

Anarchism: Pamphlet: 2017: JUNE 11, 2017: International Day of Solidarity with Marius Mason & All Long-Term Anarchist Prisoners

Anarchism: Podcast Episode: 2017.02.27: Anarchist Extremists - A National Perspective, Intelligence. Unclassified.: State of New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness: www.njhomelandsecurity.gov/media/podcast-episode-7-anarchist-extremists-a-national-perspective
  • Podcast that comes from the New Jersey office of Homeland Security

Antiwar Activism: Film: 1989: Oliver Stone: Born on the Fourth of July, Universal Pictures

Arab Spring: Journal Article: 2012: Miriyam Aouragh: Social Media, Mediation and the Arab Revolutions, tripleC: 10(2)

Avant-Garde Poetry: Blog: 2017.06.17: Troll Thread, Tumblr: trollthread.tumblr.com
  • Publisher of avant-garde poetry/text - each release is available in print, via Lulu (a self-publishing platform) and also in pdf.
  • Releases seem to all play with the limits or the lack of limits of self-publishing, internet communications, and internet culture

Dada: Book: 2009: Ruth Hemus: Dada’s Women, Yale University Press
  • A study of the art of five women of the Dada movement:
    • Emmy Hennings
    • Sophie Tauber
    • Hanna Hoch
    • Suzanne Duchamps
    • Celine Arnauld

Folk Music: Book: 1953: John Greenway: American Folksongs of Protest, University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Goes through American folksongs, topic by topic, and includes the full lyrics for the songs it discusses
  • Is focused primarily on presenting the lyrics of protest folk music
  • Musical notation is included with some songs

Suprematism: Book: 2003: Elizabeth Franzen, Stephen Hoban, Jennifer Knox White: Kazimir Malevich: Suprematist, Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation
  • From archive.org

Indigenous Resistance: Journal Article: 2017: Scott Rutherford: "We Have Bigotry All Right - But No Alabamas": Racism and Aboriginal Protest in Canada During the 1960s, American Indian Quarterly: 41(2)

Surrealism: Book: 1988: Helena Lewis: Dada Turns Red: The Politics of Surrealism, Edinburgh University Press
  • The history of the Surrealist relationship to Communist politics
  • Limited discussion of Dada, which the author identifies as largely apolitically nihilist without discussing the political-left inclinations of some Dadaists, especially the Berlin group.

Surrealism: Journal article 2016: Ellen E Adams: At the Boundary of Action and Dream: Surrealism and the Battle for Post-Liberation France, French Cultural Studies: 27(4), DOI: 10.1177/0957155816663360

Prison Uprisings: Journal Article: 2017: Toussaint Losier: Against 'Law and Order' Lockup: The 1970 NYC Jail Rebellions, Race & Class: 59(1)

Punk: Book: 2011: Alice Bag: Violence Girl: East LA Rage to Hollywood Stage, A Chicana Punk Story, Feral House
  • Read on hoopla

Punk: Book: 2015: Daniel Makagon: Underground: The Subterranean Culture of DIY Punk Shows, Microcosm Publishing
  • About the practice of organizing and promoting DIY punk shows, in houses, basements, and other improvised venues

Radical Arts: Book: 2016: Yates McKee: Strike Art: Contemporary Art and the Post-Occupy Condition, Verso

  • Explores the art of recent social movements, including Occupy, Black Lives Matter, Quebec Student Protests
  • Also explores the art world as a target for social protest

Saturday, June 24, 2017

17.06.24: New Citations: Anarchism, Indigenous Resistance, Protest Music, Neo-Nazis, Street Art, Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs, Hip Hop, Punk, Utopian Societies

Anarchism

1988(1989): Peter Kropotkin: Memoirs of a Revolutionist, Black Rose Books

Indigenous Resistance

1991: Geoffrey York & Loreen Pindera: People of the Pines: The Warriors and the Legacy of Oka, Little Brown & Co.

1969: Mike Kanentakeron Mitchell & Mort Ransen: You Are On Indian Land, National Film Board of Canada
  • Most of the documentary focuses on a single act of protest, Mohawks blockading the Canada/US border near Cornwall ON.
  • I remember in early 2013 activists from Idle No More! Marched on the Sarnia/Port Huron border minutes after I crossed into the US
  • Have there been any blockade actions at any US/Mexico crossings?
  • Viewable on National Film Board website and Youtube

1993: Alanis Obomsawin: Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance, National Film Board of Canada
  • begins with discussions of the Oka crisis, the expansion of a golf course and allotment of land for a luxury housing development
  • Obomsawin discusses the history of this golf course, once common land, the French Canadians began playing golf there to the detriment of Native farmers who used the commons for their cattle, then in the 1940s the town expropriated the land and made it a golf course officially.
  • there is thus a long term period of a disrespect shown to Native uses of the land that continued into the 1990s (and beyond)
  • the mayors of the region all supported the mayor of Oka, who refused to reconsider his project
  • the Quebecoise of the region also chanted "savages" in response to their unhappiness about this event
  • some interview subjects state that much of the town didn't like the development plans either and the mayor rejected the advice of everyone, including the premiere, to not go forward.
  • Viewable on National Film Board website and Youtube

1991: Rick Hornung: One Nation Under the Gun: Inside the Mohawk Civil War, Stoddart

Protest Music

2005: Ronald D Lankford, Jr: Folk Music USA: The Changing Voice of Protest, Schirmer Trade Books

2016: Ronald D Cohen: Depression Folk: Grassroots Music and Left-Wing Politics in 1930s America, University of North Carolina Press
  • Read on hoopla

Neo-Nazi

2016: Mick Jackson: Denial, BBC Films
  • Film depicts the late-90s trial, in an english courtroom of Holocaust denier David Irving’s unsuccessful libel case against historian Deborah Lipstadt.
  • Watched on netflix

Street Art

2017: Colin Day: Saving Banksy
  • A blend of Banksy in New York and How to Sell a Banksy - details Banksy’s visit to San Fransisco and the sitework he produced there as well as the attempt of a collector to extract a piece from its location, preserve it, and donate it, with a side trip into the art market
  • Interview subjects include some notable street artists
  • Many of the usual attitudes regarding Banksy vs other street art are expressed, and the repetition of the market values of his work
  • Watched on netflix

1988: Dick Fontaine: Bombin’, CIT
  • Documentary about graffiti in England, although much of it is about a Bronx artist, BRIM, visiting and touring England to talk about, and demonstrate, graffiti techniques
  • Goldie and 3D from Massive Attack appear. 3D is shown rapping at a party and Goldie is later shown visiting Afrika Bambaataa in New York City where they discuss social issues
  • On youtube

Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs

2017.06.17: Outlaws MC United States: http://www.outlawsmc.com/

Hip Hop

1984.06.29: Graffiti Rock: Pilot, SkyWise Productions
  • Early attempt at a Hip Hop themed TV series based in format on American Bandstand
  • Sampled by Beastie Boys
  • Features breakdancers, Run DMC appears to do Sucker MCs. Vincent Gallo appears as ‘Prince Vince’, introduces Run DMC
  • Battle between Treacherous 3 and Run DMC - they just do their rhymes from their songs
  • Watched on youtube

17.06.19: Beyond Belief: Religion and Hip Hop, BBC

Punk

2016: Randy Rampage: I Survived D.O.A., BookBaby
  • Autobiography of the original bassist for DOA.
  • Was kicked out of DOA for much of the band’s existence. Did heroin, worked on the docks, and played in a metal band I never heard of called Annihilator which apparently was the best-selling Canadian metalband ever.
  • Read on hoopla

Utopian Societies


1870: AJ Macdonald Writings on Utopian Communities, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven CT

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