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video: Anarcha-Feminist Cell- Mexico
video: Anarcha-Feminists- Bolivia
Andrea Smith: Sexual Violence and American Indian Genocide
Genderqueer Vs. Transgender: A Fake Binary
video: We Aim to Please Experimental film by Australian feminist group AS IF (Anarchy Surrealist Insurrectionary Feminists), looking at issues of female sexuality, the representation of women's bodies for the male gaze and the ways in which this can be challenged. (1976)
Class, Feminism and Revolution Edited extracts from the Class, Feminism and Revolution recorded at this years Dublin anarchist bookfair. The meeting was organised by RAG (Revolutionary Anarcha-Feminist Group) and was based around a written text Anarcha-Feminism Radio Focus on histories and present formations of the intersection of anarchism and feminism, interview with Kate of the Anarcha.org oral history project. Four segments, one half-hour each
Silvia Federici audio
Silvia Federici audio/video

The F-Files radio show various topics, interviews
Sunny and Lani tear up the Bay Area with their anarcha-feminist radio show LOST
Zicka wakes up Cleveland with her a-fem radio show LOST
Anarcha-Feminism Radio Focus on histories and present formations of the intersection of anarchism and feminism, interview with Kate of the Anarcha.org oral history project. Four segments, one half-hour each

Beyond Gallery Walls And Dead White Men: Anarcha-Feminism In Action- interviews with anarcha-feminists, pre-anarcha.org, based out of the bay area
AOTEAROA Dissident Voice March 2005
After the Fall, Anarcha-Feminist Issue
Queer Zine Archive Project
Green Zine
LET IT BE KNOWN -- experiences of womyn activists
The Mother Earth Project
Jamie is collecting and archiving the original Mother Earth newspaper printed and edited by Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman in the early 1900. Write her at freemind at riseup dot net
Lilith (Dutch zine)  13 | 14 | 16 | 18
Hothead Paisan

Doris zine distro
Lunaria Press
Petroleuse Press
CS Distro Carries various zines including Doris, Hot Pants, Tenacious: Writings from Women in Prison, zines on alternative parenting, and lots more
Microcosm Publishing
cherrybomb comics
http://godhaven.org.uk/ sells "herbal abortion" pamphlet and "hot pants" zine, and has several articles on their site
see also Queer Zine Archive Project

"Born in Flames" movie review by sallydarity
Reviews of Quiet Rumours (google search)
Can’t see the wood for the trees? by William Bowles
Caliban and the Witch, Women the Body and Primitive Accumulation
(Sylvia Federici, Autonomedia 2004)
reviewed by Karl Kersplebedeb
Sketchy Thoughts: Feminist Economics 101: The first half of Marilyn Waring's Counting for Nothing

Woman of Color (brownfemipower) Blog
Radical Women of Color Carnival Blog
anarcha adventures (anna aniston's blog)
Sketchy Thoughts
Alas, A Blog

Interviews with anarcha-feminist zinesters and others:
Interview about the launch of Dublin based Revolutionary Anarcho-Feminist Group who have just launched a magazine
Clit Rocket: Queer revolution! An interview with Veruska Outlaw from Rome, Italy
The Future Generation: a zine for subculture parents, kids, friends, and others: An interview with China Martens
Emancypunx: Creating space for women and making different perspectives visible in Poland, An interview with Yen

Recomended Reading Lists:
Anarcha-Feminist Books (see below)
Anarcha-Feminist Bibliography (see below)
Not Dead Yet/Read the Nothing readings
Grrrl, Lady, Queer and Trans Folk Zines
More recommended reading
Literature for Women's Liberation (Kersblebedeb)

Anarchist Feminist Books

As posted by mary.heath@flinders.edu.au (Mary Heath)

Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Anthology (Dark Star, London, n.d.) Anarcho-Feminists, Chicago "Who We Are: An Anarcho-Feminist Manifesto" in
Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Anthology(Dark Star, London, n.d.)
Anonymous "Anarchism and Feminism" (1979) Everything 8
Brown, L. Susan "Anarchism, Existentialism, Feminism and Ambiguity" (1988) 19 (2) Our Generation 1
Brown, L. Susan "Beyond Feminism: Anarchism and Human Freedom" (1989) 21 (1) Our Generation 201
Brown, L. Susan "Anarchism, Feminism, Liberalism and Individualism" (1993) 24 (1) Our Generation 22
Brown, L Susan "Water on Fire: The Anarcha-Feminist Challenge to "Power Feminism"" (1994) 33 Kick It Over 8
Carter, April The Political Theory of Anarchism (Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1971) Carter, A "Direct Action, Law and Anarchism" in Law and Anarchism;
Holterman, Thom and van Maarseveen, Henc, ed. (Black Rose Books, Montreal, 1984) Collective, Zero "Anarchism/Feminism" (1977) Zero
Edan "Tolerating Sexism in the Anarchist Movement" (1994) 33 Kick It Over 4
Ellis, Deb "Women Shut Down Bay Street" (1994) 33 Kick It Over 7
Freeman, Jo "The Tyranny of Structurelessness" in Untying the Knot: Feminism, Anarchism and Organisation(Dark Star/Rebel Press, London, 1984)
Freeman, Jo and Levine, Cathy Untying the Knot: Feminism, Anarchism and Organisation (Dark Star Press/Rebel Press, London, 1984)
Friedland, Lucy and Highleyman, Liz A "The Fine Art of Labeling: The Convergence of Anarchism, Feminism and Bisexuality" in Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out; Hutchins, Loraine and Kaahumanu, Lani, ed. (Alyson Publications, Inc, Boston, 1991)
Goldman, Emma The Traffic in Women and other essays on feminism (Times Change Press, Washington, 1970)
Goldman, Emma Red Emma Speaks: Selected Writings and Speeches (Bookwise Australia, Sydney, 1979)
Guest, Krysti "Feminism and Anarchism: Towards a Politics of Engagement" (1995)
Hallam, Nickie and Pepper, David "Feminism, Anarchism and Ecology: Some Connections" (1990) 3 (1) The Raven 46
Hewitt, Marsha "Emma Goldman: The Case for Anarcho-Feminism" (1985-86) 17 (1) Our Generation 167
Kornegger, Peggy "Anarchism: The Feminist Connection" in Anarchism and Feminism: 3 Essays '75-'80(Brickburner Press, Brisbane, 1981)
Kurin, Kytha, Collective, Zero and Kornegger, Peggy Anarchism and Feminism: 3 Essays '75-'80 (Brickburner Press, Brisbane, 1981)
Laurin-Frenette, Nicole "Quebec and the Theory of the Nation" (1980) 14 (1) Our Generation 29
Laurin-Frenette, Nicole "On the Women's Movement, Anarchism and the State" (1982) 15 (2) Our Generation 27
Rosia, Red and Maria, Black "Blood of the Flower: An Anarchist-Feminist Statement" in Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Anthology(Dark Star, London, n.d.)
Wexler, Alice Ruth "Emma Goldman and Women" (1985-86) 17 (1) Our Generation 151
_anarkafeminism_ Stockholm: Federativ, 1992 (in german)
jody bart _"if i can't dance": the political philosophy of emma g. 1994
susan brown (wrote a bit about @fem) "emma g. on mary wollstonecraft" _feminist studies_ v7n1 1981
sigrid alexandra fry _the anarchist-feminist idea of non-coercion_ 1983
susan deneve hinely _charlotte wilson: anarchist, fabian, and feminist_ 1987
jami meredith hoffman _a "will to splendor": eros, idealism, aesthetics, and the lure of anarcho-feminism" 1993
carolyn m. ittner _a philosophy of anarchist-feminism_ 1989
margaret s. marsh _anarchist women, 1870-1920_ 1981
wendy mcelroy _freedom, feminism, and the state_ 1982
jason wehling _anarchy in interpretation: the life of emma g._ 1994
_gaining ground_ belfast: 1981 (n. ireland newsletter)
_practical anarchy_ "women & anarchy" n6 1993
peter zarrow "He Zhen and anarcha-feminism in china" _the journal of asian studies_ v47 1988
thom e. moody "anarchism and feminism" _soc. phil._ fall/win '90


Ackelsberg, Martha.  Community and Empowerment:  Lessons from Mujeres Libres Cambridge:  Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, 1984.

____________.  Free Women of Spain:  Anarchism and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1991. 

____________.  “The Possibility of Anarchism.”  PhD dissertation.  University of Princeton, 1976.

____________.  “Rethinking Anarchism/Rethinking Power:  A Contemporary Feminist Perspective.”  Reconstructing Political Theory:  Feminist Perspectives.  eds.  Mary Lyndon Shanley and Uma Narayan.  University Park, PA:  The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1997.  158-177. 

Addelson, Kathryn Pyne, Martha Ackelsberg, and Shawn Pyne.  “Anarchism and Feminism.”  Feminism and Philosophy:  Essential Readings in Theory, Reinterpretation, and Application.  ed. Nancy Tuana and Rosemarie Tong.  Boulder:  Westview Press, 1995.  330-352. 

“Anarcha-feminism.”  Women’s Press.  January-February 1981, 5-8.

Anarchism and Feminism:  Three Essays ’75-’80.  Brisbane:  Brickburner Press, 1981.

Anarcho-Feminism:  Two Statements from Siren and Black Rose.  London:  Black Bear, 1977.

Ashbaugh, Carolyn.  Lucy Parsons:  American Revolutionary.  Chicago:  Illinois Labor History Society, 1976.

Avrich, Paul.  An American Anarchist:  The Life of Voltairine de Cleyre.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1978.

Bak, Joan.  “Class, Ethnicity, and Gender in Brazil.”  Latin American Research Review.  35.3 (2000):  83-123.

Bart, Jody.  “If I Can’t Dance”:  The Political Philosophy of Emma Goldman.  1994.

Becker, Jennifer L.  Feminism and Anarchism:  An Exploration.  1994.

Berneri, Camillo.  L’Emancipazione della Donna:  (Considerazioni di un anarchio).  Pistoia: Edizioni, 1970.

Berneri, Marie Louise.  “Government and Homicidal Outrage.”  What is Anarchism?  An Introduction.  ed. Donald Rooum.  London:  Freedom Press, 1992.  48-49.

Borden, Lizzie.  “Women and Anarchy.”  Heresies.  2 (May 1977)  71-77.

Brown, L. Susan.  The Politics of Individualism Liberalism, Liberal Feminism and Anarchism.  Ottawa:  National Library of Canada, 1993.

Capetillo, Luisa.  Amor y Anarqu?:  Los Escritos de Luisa Capetillo.  1992.

Davis, Angela.  “Lucy Parsons.”  Women, Race, and Class.  New York:  Vintage Books, 1983.  152-155.

de Cleyre, Voltairine.  “The Case of Woman Versus Orthodoxy.”  Women Without Superstition:  “No Gods – No Masters!”:  The Collected Writings of Women Freethinkers of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.  ed. Annie Laurie Gaylor.  Madison:  Freedom from Religion Foundation, 1997.  364-376.

____________.  Selected Works of Voltairine De Cleyre.  ed. Alexander Berkman,  New York:  Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1914

Drinnon, Richard and Anna Maria, ed.  Nowhere at Home:  Letters from Exile of Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman.  New York:  Schocken Books, 1975.

Ehrlich, Carol.  “Socialism, Anarchism, and Feminism.”  Second Wave.  (Spring/Summer 1997).

Epstein, Barbara.  “The Abalone Alliance:  Anarcha-Feminism and the Politics of Prefigurative Revolution.”  Political Protest and Cultural Revolution:  Nonviolent Direct Action in the 1970s and 1980s.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1991.  92-124.

Falk, Candace.  Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman.  New Brunswick:  Rutgers University Press, 1990 (1984).

Farrow, Lynne.  Feminism as Anarchism.  London:  Black Bear, 1978.

Ferguson, Kathy E.  “Bureaucracy and Public Life:  The Femininization of the Polity.”  Feminism and Philosophy:  Essential Readings in Theory, Reinterpretation, and Application.  ed. Nancy Tuana and Rosemarie Tong.  Boulder:  Westview Press, 1995.  374-390.

____________.  “Liberalism and Oppression:  Emma Goldman and the Anarchist Feminist Alternative.”  Liberalism and the Modern Polity.  ed. Michael J. Gargas McGrath.  New York:  Marcel Dekker, 1978.

Ferrandino, Marilyn M.  Patriarchy and Biological Necessity:  A Feminist and Anarchist Critique.  1979.

Freeman, Jo.  Untying the Knot:  Feminism, Anarchism, and Organization.  London:  Dark Star Press, 1984.

Fry, Sigrid A.  The Anarchist-Feminist Ideal of Non-Coercion.  undergraduate thesis, Smith College, 1983.

Goldman, Emma.  Anarchism and Other Essays.  London:  Dover Publications, 1969  (1917). 

____________.  Living My Life.  New York:  Dover Publications, 1970 (1924).

____________.  My Further Disillusionment in Russia.  New York:  Doubleday, 1924.

Greenway, Judy.  “Twenty-first Century Sex.”  Twenty-First Century Anarchism:  Unorthodox Ideas for a New Millennium.  ed. Jon Purkis and James Bowen.  London:  Cassell, 1997.  170-180.

Gullickson, Gay L.  Unruly Women of Paris:  Images of the Commune.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 1996.

Hewitt, Marsha.  “Emma Goldman:  The Case for Anarcho-Feminism.”  The Anarchist Papers.  ed. Dimitrios Roussopoulos.  Montreal:  Black Rose Books, 1986.  167-175.

Hinely, S. D.  Charlotte Wilson:  Anarchist, Fabian, and Feminist.  Stanford University dissertation, 1987.

Hoffman, Jami M. A “Will to Splendor”:  Eros, Idealism, and the Lure of Anarcho-Feminism, 1880-1920.  1993.

Ittner, Carolyn.  A Philosophy of Anarchist Feminism.  1989.

Kornegger, Peggy.  “Anarchism:  The Feminist Connection.”  The Second Wave  4.1 (1975): 26-37.

____________, ed.  Quiet Rumours:  An Anarchist Feminist Anthology.  New York:  Revisionist Press, 1984.
Laskar, Pia.  Anarkafeminism.  Stockholm:  Federativ, 1992.

Lowry, Bullitt and Elizabeth Ellington Gunter, ed. and trans.  The Red Virgin:  Memoirs of Louise Michel.  University:  University of Alabama Press, 1981.

Marsh, Margaret S.  Anarchist Women, 1870-1920.  Philadelphia:  Temple University Press, 1981.

Molneux, M.  “No God, No Boss, No Husband:  Anarchist Feminism in Nineteenth Century Argentina.”  Latin American Perspectives  13.1 (1986):  119-145.

Montseny, Federica.  “Feminism and Humanism.”  La Revista Blanca  33 (October 1, 1924) 12-14.

____________.  “The Lack of Idealism in Feminism.”  La Revista Blanca.  13 (December 1, 1923) 3-4.

____________.  “My Individualism.”  La Revista Blanca.  110 (December 15, 1927)  425-427.

____________.  “Tragedy of the Emancipation of Women.”  La Revista Blanca.  38 (December 15, 1924) 18-21.

Morgan, Robin.  The Demon Lover:  On the Sexuality of Terrorism.  New York:  W. W.Norton & Company, 1989.  51-84. 

Patent, Jason D.  Loosing the Bonds:  Anarchism, Marxism, and the Struggle for the Liberation of Chinese Women, 1883-1959.  1990.

Rowbotham, Sheila.  “Anarchism and Rebel Women.”  Women in Movement:  Feminism and Social Action.  New York:  Routledge, 1992.  151-162.

____________.  “Bread and Roses.”  Women, Resistance, and Revolution:  A History of Women and Revolution in the Modern World.  New York:  Vintage Books, 1974.  99-133.

Shaffer, Kirwin.  “Prostitutes, Bad Seeds, and Revolutionary Mothers in Cuban Anarchism:  Imagining Women in the Fiction of Adrian del Valle and Antonio Penichet, 1898-1930.”  Studies in Latin American Popular Culture.  18 (1999):  1-17.

Shulman, Alix Kates.  Red Emma Speaks:  An Emma Goldman Reader.  New York:  Schocken Books, 1972.

Sobstyl, Edrie.  “All the Sisters of Shora:  An Anarcha/Ecofeminist Reading of Slonczewski’s A Door into Ocean.”  Anarchist Studies  7 (1999):  127-153.

Taurumi, E.P.  “Feminism and Anarchism in Japan:  Takemure Itsue 1894-1964.”  Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars  17.2 (1985):  2-19.

Thomas, Edith.  Louise Michel.  Buffalo:  University of Toronto Press, 1981.

____________.The Women Incendiaries.  trans. James and Starr Atkinson.  New York:  George Braziller, 1966 (1963).

Wexler, Alice.  “Emma Goldman and Women.”  The Anarchist Papers.  ed. Dimitrios Roussopoulos.  Montreal:  Black Rose Books, 1986.  151-166.

____________.  Emma Goldman:  An Intimate Life.  London:  Virago, 1984.

____________.  Emma Goldman in Exile:  From the Russian Revolution to the Spanish Civil War.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1989.

Wilson, Charlotte.  “Anarchism and Homicidal Outrage.”  What is Anarchism?  An Introduction.  ed. Donald Rooum.  London:  Freedom Press, 1992.  41-48.

Zarrow, Peter.  “Women’s Liberation and Anarcho-Feminism.”  Anarchism and Chinese Political Culture.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1990.  130-155.


LeGuin, Ursula K.  The Dispossessed.  New York:  Avon Books, 1974.

Slonczewski, Joan.  A Door into Ocean.  New York:  Avon Books, 1986.


“Against Patriarchy:  A Step towards the Abolition of Male Privilege.” 

“Anarcha-Feminism.”  Mid-Atlantic Infoshophttp://infoshop.org/afem_kiosk.html

“Anarchism and Feminism:  Voltairine de Cleyre.”  http://www.blancmange.net/tmh/articles/vdc.html

“Anarchism and Women’s Liberation.”  http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/women_wsm.html

Crass, Chris.  “Organizing for Radical Social Change:  Voltairine de Cleyre and Anarcha-Feminism.”  http://www.infoshop.org/texts/voltairine_FST.html

____________.  “Voltairine de Cleyre, the Anarchist Tradition and the Political Challenge.” http://www.infoshop.org/texts/voltairine_APT.html

Danasamy, Jayacintha.  “Louise Michel.”  http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/ws98/wa55_louise.html

“Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley.”  Anarchy Archiveshttp://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/anarchist_archives/bright/flynn/index.html

“Goldman, Emma Papers, The.”  University of California, Berkeley.  http://sunsite.berkeley.edu:80/Goldman/

“Lucy Parsons:  Woman of Will.”  http://iww.org/whip/parsons.html

“Lycée Louise Michel.”  http://www.ac-creteil.fr/Louise/accueil.htm

“Make Your Own Tea:  Women’s Realm and Other Recipes and Patterns.” http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/cwar/cw_women.html

“Manifeste Anarchofeministe.”  http://www.powertech.no/anarchy/maf.html

Martin Luengo, Josefa, “Feminismo y Anarchismo.” http://www.spunk.org/library/anarcfem/sp001326.txt

McLouglin, Conor.  “Free Women of Spain.” http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/ws/spain48.html

“RiotGrrrlz.”  Anarchy Youthhttp://burn.ucsd.edu/~mai/kidz/grrrlz.html

Ruby, Flick.  “Anarcha-Feminism.”  http://www.spunk.org/library/anarcfem/sp001066.txt

____________.  “Louise Michel.”  http://www.spunk.org/library/anarcfem/spoo109.txt

Sauer, Jennifer.  “What We Want:  An Anarcha-Feminist Perspective on Feminism.” Liberated Existence.  http://www.tao.ca/~dennyhenke/www.htm 

Soukup-Razga, Jana.  “Women's Radio Collectives, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.” http://www.spunk.org/library/anarcfem/sp000886.txt

Tov, Molly.  “A Message to “Anarchist” Men, and Then Some.”  Profane Existence. http://www.spunk.org/library/anarcfem/sp000060.html

“What It Is to Be a Girl in an Anarchist Boys Club.”  Alphabet Threat.              http://www.spunk.org/texts/anarcfem/sp000168.htm

Ackelsberg, Martha A. (1988). "Anarchist Revolution and Women’s Liberation." Society 25.2: 29-37.
- - - (1984). Community and Empowerment: Lessons From Mujeres Libres. Cambridge, MA: Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College.
- - - (1987). "Contexts of Revolution: Sex Roles and Anarchist Collectivization in Civil War Spain." Communal Life: An International Perspective. Ed. Yosef Forni, Yaacov Oved, and Idit Paz. Efal, Israel and New Brunswick, N.J.: Yad Tabenkin and Transaction Books. 591-605.
- - - (1990). "Education, Preparation, and the Spanish Revolution." The Modern School Movement: Historical and Personal Notes on the Ferrer Schools in Spain. Croton-on-Hudson, NY: Friends of the Modern School. ??-??.
- - - (1991). Free Women of Spain: Anarchism and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
- - - (2000). "Mujeres Libres: Identity, Community, Sexuality and Power." Anarchist Studies 8.2: 99-117.
- - - (1993). "Models of Revolution: Rural Women and Anarchist Collectivisation in Civil War Spain." The Journal of Peasant Studies 20.3: 367-88.
- - - (1984). "Mujeres Libres. Individuality and Community: Organizing Women in the Spanish Civil War." Radical America 19.4: 7-19.
- - - (1992). "Mujeres Libres: The Preservation of Memory under the Politics of Repression in Spain." International Yearbook of Oral History and Life Stories, Vol. I: Memory and Totalitarianism. Ed. Luisa Passserini. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 125-143.
- - - (1997). "Rethinking Anarchism, Rethinking Power: A Contemporary Feminist Perspective." Reconstructing Political Theory: Feminist Perspectives. Ed. Mary Lyndon Shanley and Uma Narayan. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. 158-177.
- - - (1985). "Revolution and Community: Mobilization, Depoliticization and Perceptions of Change in Civil War Spain." Women Living Change. Ed. Susan C. Bourque and Donna Robinson Divine. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 85-115.
- - - (1985). "Separate and Equal? Mujeres Libres and Anarchist Strategy for Women’s Emancipation." Feminist Studies 11.1: 63-83.
- - - (1985). "Sexual Divisions and Anarchist Collectivization in Civil War Spain." Communal Societies 5: 101-121.
- - - (1986). "Women and the Politics of the Popular Front: Political Mobilization or Social Revolution?" International Labour and Working Class History 30: 1-12.
- - - and Irene Diamond (1987). "Gender and Political Life: New Directions in Political Science." Analyzing Gender: A Handbook of Social Science Research. Ed. Beth B. Hess and Myra Marx Ferre. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications. 504-525.
- - - and Kathryn Pyne Addelson (1987). "Anarchist Alternatives to Competition." Competition, a Feminist Taboo? Ed. Valerie Miner and Helen E. Longino. New York: The Feminist Press at the City University of New York. 221-233.
- - - , Kathryn Pyne Addelson, and Shawn Pyne (1991). "Anarchism and Feminism." Impure Thoughts: Essays on Philosophy, Feminism and Ethics. Ed. Kathryn Pyne Addelson. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 159-187.
- - - and Myrna Breitbart (1988). "La revolucion social y la colectivizacion." Estelas, Laberintos, Nuevas Sendas: Unamuno, Valle Inclan, Garcia Lorca, La Guerra Civil. Ed. Angel Loureiro. Barcelona: Anthropos. 383-396.
- - - and Myrna Breitbart (1987). "Terrains of Protest: Striking City Women." Our Generation 19.1: 151-175.
Alcalde, Carmen (1976). La mujer en la guerra civil española. Madrid: Editorial Cambio 16.
- - - (1983). Federica Montseny: palabra en rojo y negro. Barcelona: Argos Vergara.
Aldred, Guy (1907). The Religion and Economics of Sex Oppression. London: Bakunin Press.
Andrés Granel, Helena (2006). "Mujeres Libres (1936-1939): Una lectura feminista." Seminario Interdisciplinar de Estudios de la Mujer. Universidad de Zaragoza.
Antignac, A[ntoine]. (1904). "La question féministe." Le Libertaire (May 14): 2.
Ashbaugh, Carolyn (1976). Lucy Parsons: American Revolutionary. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr, 1976.
Asunción Gómez, María (2005). "Feminismo y anarquismo: el papel de mujeres libres en la Guerra Civil española." Literatura y feminismo en España, S. XV-XXI. Ed. Lisa Vollendorf. Barcelona: Icaria Editorial. 267-284
Barrancos, Dora (1996). "Mujeres de Nuestra Tribuna: el difícil oficio de la diferencia." Mora, Revista del Area Interdisciplinaria de Estudios de la Mujer 2: 273-292.
Bellucci, Mabel (1989). Anarquismo y Feminismo: El Movimiento de Mujeres Anarquistas con sus logros y desafíos hacia principios de siglo. Buenos Aires: ??.
Berneri, Camillo (1970). L'Emancipazione della donna: considerazioni di un anarchico. Pistoia: Edizioni RL. <--Originally published by "Fede", Roma, 1926.
Brown, L. Susan (1996). "Beyond Feminism: Anarchism and Human Freedom." Reinventing Anarchy, Again. Ed. Howard J. Ehrlich. Edinburgh, Scotland. 149-155.
Calzetta, Elsa, ed. (2005). Nuestra tribuna: hojita sentir anárquico feminino, 1922-1925. Bahía Blanca: Editorial de la Universidad Nacional del Sur. <--A remarkable anarchist-feminist newspaper of "Ideas, Arte, Crítica y Literatura" from the 1920s reprinted as a large format book, with a substantial introductory essay by the editor.
Capetillo, Luisa (2004). A Nation of Women: An Early Feminist Speaks Out = Mi Opinión Sobre Las Libertades, Derechos Y Deberes De La Mujer. Trans. Félix V. Matos Rodríguez. Houston, TX: Arte Publico Press.
- - - (1992). Amor y anarquía: los escritos de Luisa Capetillo. Ed. Julio Ramos. Río Piedras, P.R.: Ediciones Huracán, 1992.
Chaughi, René [a.k.a. René Gauche] (1910). La femme esclave. Paris: Aux Bureaux des Temps Nouveaux. <--Translated as ''La mujer esclava'' (Barcelona: Biblioteca de "Salud y Fuerza," 1907).
Cleminson, Richard (1998). "Anarchism and Feminism." Women's History Review 7.1: 135-138. <--A response to Sharif Gemie's "Anarchism and Feminism: A Historical Survey" (see below).
de Cleyre, Voltairine (2005). Exquisite Rebel: The Essays of Voltairine De Cleyre: Feminist, Anarchist, Genius. Ed. Sharon Presley and Crispin Sartwell. Albany: State University of New York Press.
- - - (1914). Selected Works of Voltairine De Cleyre. Ed. Alexander Berkman and Hippolyte Havel. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association.
- - - (2004). The Voltairine De Cleyre Reader. Ed. A. J. Brigati. Oakland, CA: AK Press.
Crass, Chris (2007). "How Can I Be Sexist? I'm An Anarchist!" Men Speak Out: Views on Gender, Sex and Power. Ed. Shira Tarrant and Jackson Katz. New York: Routledge. ??-??.
Dalotel, Alain (2004). André Léo (1824-1900): la junon de la Commune. Chauvigny: Association des Publications Chauvinoises.
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Kaplan, Temma E. (1977). Anarchists of Andalusia, 1868-1903. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. <--Interesting observations about gender in the anarchist counterculture of the 19th century.
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