|Title: ||Autonomy, solidarity, possibility: the Colin Ward reader|
|Affiliation: ||Anglia Ruskin University|
Rhode Island School of Design, USA
|Reference: ||Wilbert, C. and White, D.F., eds., 2011. Autonomy, solidarity, possibility: the Colin Ward reader. Edinburgh: AK Press.|
|Publisher: ||AK Press|
|Issue Date: ||Sep-2011 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.akpress.org/autonomysolidaritypossibility.html|
|Abstract: ||Widely regarded as Britain’s most influential anarchist thinker for over half a century, Colin Ward’s work ranges in scope from urban planning to deschooling, from mutualism to geography, from Kropotkin to Buber, to cotters, squatters, and beyond. Drawing inspiration from the everyday creativity of ordinary people, Ward championed a unique social and environmental politics premised on the possibilities of democratic self-organisation and self-management from below. Edited by Chris Wilbert and Damian White, Autonomy, Solidarity, Possibility provides a wide-ranging overview of Ward’s earliest journalism and his later work, including seminal essays and extracts from his most important books.|
|Appears in Collections: ||Lord Ashcroft International Business School (LAIBS)|
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