[Imc-nh-editorial] Anarchist Collective Research
cperez at marlboro.edu
Sun Apr 29 06:37:47 UTC 2007
I have gotten these website form an assortment of sources:
infoshop.org, indymedia.com, New England Anarchist federation webpage,
and anarchist yellow pages.
I am a college student who is studying political theory and sociology.
I am interested in staying a few anarchist collectives over the summer
so I can learn more about how they operate and interact with the
community at large. I would like to do some interviews and probably
write up some paper within a comparative analysis.
I want to dedicate from about May 20th to August 29th on the project.
I'd be willing to do work or help out in return. The most pressing
questions I'm exploring are: how collectives balance interests of
individuals, the collective and the larger community (not becoming too
isolated) and the disparity between what anarchists are actually like
and how they are perceived by larger society.
If anyone is interested in helping me out or knows of a collective
that might be, I'd appreciate it a lot. My e-mail is
cperez at marlboro.edu.
"I am a fanatic lover of liberty, considering it as the unique condition under
which intelligence, dignity and human happiness can develop and grow...liberty
that recognizes no restrictions other than those determined by the laws of our
own individual nature--they do not limit us but are real and immediate
conditions of our freedom."
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