anarchy study group

"we dreamed of utopia and woke up screaming."


For the past yet to come: Utopian conceptions of time and becoming by Rhiannon Firth, Andrew Robinson:



Roles and The Fascination of Time, Chapters 15 & 16 of The Revolution of Everyday Life by Raoul Vaneigem

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The Enigma of the Hour, Giorgio de Chirico


The Myth by Laura Riding and Yang-chu/Yangzi introduced and translated by Eva Wong

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Drawing by Paul Scheerbart


Fourier! — Or, the Utopian Poetics by Peter Lamborn Wilson

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The Land of Cockaigne, Pieter Brueghel the Elder


Introduction and Chapter 1 of The Technological Society by Jacques Ellul

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Tetsuo: The Iron Man, 1989


Meltdown by Nick Land

Supplement: Notes on Blacceleration by Aria Dean

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Abstract Speed, Giacomo Balla


Chapter 1: It's easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism, and any other chapter of your choosing (or more!) from Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? by Mark Fisher

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Picasso's Guernica in Children of Men, 2006


We are meeting Monday the 14th (same time) for an Indonesia Study Special! Missions and Omissions of the Supernatural: Indigenous Cosmologies and the Legitimisation of 'Religion' in Indonesia by Lorraine V. Aragon, Syncretism and the Politics of the Tingkeban in West Java by Lynda Newland, and How Islam Came to Dominate Indonesia by Saad Hasan

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We Love Anarchy, 1999, Shamow’el Rama Surya