Tag Archives: Grupo Cultural de Estudios Sociales de Melbourne

Vale Antonio Burgos (May 13, 1918–October 31, 2018) : The Last of the Spanish Anarchists Exiled to Australia

via asf-iwa It is with deep sadness that the ASF Secretariat announces the passing of Antonio Burgos (13 May 1918 — 31 October 2018), the last remaining veteran of the Spanish Revolution in Australia. Antonio served in a CNT centuria … Continue reading

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Spanish Revolution 80th Anniversary 1936–2016

July 19, 1936 is the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War and Revolution. Next week, the ASF-IWA has organised a meeting to commemorate the occasion: On the 19 July 1936, the CNT and the FAI launched … Continue reading

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Libertarian Anthology IV : ‘The negativity of Anarchism’ by David Thoreau Wieck

A new issue of Libertarian Anthology by a local group of anarchists known as the Grupo Cultural de Estudios Sociales de Melbourne was published this week. You can download a copy here [PDF]. I’ve republished the ‘Introduction’ below. You can … Continue reading

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Libertarian Anthology Volume 3 : Trade Unionism, Councilism and Revolutionary Syndicalism

Libertarian Anthology III : Trade Unionism, Councilism and Revolutionary Syndicalism is edited, published and produced by Acracia with the co-operation of Grupo Cultural de Estudios Sociales de Melbourne, November 2012. The anthology is comprised of five essays: • ‘The basis … Continue reading

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Interviewing Salvador Torrents (1950/1975/2012) : Spanish anarchist exiled to Australia

Interviewing Salvador Torrents (PDF) is a re-publication and the first English translation of an interview originally conducted in 1950 with the Spanish anarchist Salvador Torrents (1885?–1951), exiled to Australia in 1915. It was edited, published and produced by Acracia with … Continue reading

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