Dialogues in Human Geography
David Harvey’s response to Simon Springer (2014) raises important questions about the places from which to draw ideas for a radical geography agenda. Nevertheless, Harvey ignores critical contributions that social anarchists (including social geographers) have made to understanding both the theory and practice of social transformation. We draw on studies of the anarchist movement in Spain before and during the Spanish Civil War to explore some of what social anarchism has to contribute to geography and contemporary struggles for a more equitable society.
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Ackelsberg, Martha A. and Breitbart, Myrna Margulies, "The Role of Social Anarchism and Geography in Constructing a Radical Agenda: A Response to David Harvey" (2017). Study of Women and Gender: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.