IAS Events

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IAS Fundraising Dinner, Portland, Oregon

Nov 6 2011
America/New York

The Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS) is proud to announce its 15th anniversary. That means 15 years of giving grants to struggling radical writers; organizing talks, workshops and conferences around North America; and spreading ideas through Perspectives on Anarchist Theory and our Anarchist Insterventions book series in collaboration with AK Press. The IAS is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization run on volunteer labor and the donations of generous supporters like you.

SQUATTING AND ANARCHIST STRUGGLE IN BARCELONA and WHAT HAPPENED IN GREECE? with Peter Gelderloos and Tasos and Sissy of the Void Network

Feb 17 2010 19:30
Feb 17 2010 23:00
America/New York

The Institute for Anarchist Studies
and the DC Collective to Open Radical Space present:

WHAT HAPPENED IN GREECE with Tasos and Sissy of the Void Network

Wednesday, February 17th
7:30pm @ St Stephen's Church
1525 Newton St. NW Washington, DC 20010

Ashanti Alston Speaking Tour: Houston, Austin, and Dallas

Feb 19 2010 19:30
Feb 24 2010 22:00
America/New York

Anarchist & former political prisoner Ashanti Alston will be appearing in Texas for the following events:

February 19 - HOUSTON, TX - 7:30pm at the S.H.A.P.E. Community Center (3902 Almeda Rd.)
February 22 - AUSTIN, TX - 8pm at MonkeyWrench Books (110 E. North Loop)
February 24 - DALLAS, TX - details TBA

The focus on the talk will be on Race, Resistance, Cross-Border Struggles and Anarchism.

Reportback from Two Social Movements in Spain and Argentina @ Wooden Shoe Books in Philadelphia

Jan 15 2010 19:00
America/New York

Friday January 15th 7:00PM
Reportback from Two Social Movements in Spain and Argentina:

-Catalonia, Spain: We Can Live Without Capitalism

-Sienvolando: Snapshots of Art Actions, Popular Murals, and Collaboration through Networks

Presented by Scott Pinkelman and KellyAnne Mifflin, recipients of the Institute for Anarchist Studies grants.

@ Wooden Shoe Books
704 South Street
Phila PA 19147

Alexis Bhagat - "A Catalytic Conversation" at Wooden Shoe Books in Philadelphia

Jan 9 2010 19:00
America/New York

Saturday, January 9, at 7:00 p.m.
Anarchy and Peace:
A Catalytic Conversation with Alexis Bhagat

Wooden Shoe Books
704 South Street, Philadelphia

"Lucio" Film Screening at the Red and the Black in Portland, OR

Jan 8 2010 19:00
Jan 8 2010 21:00
America/New York

January 8th
@ The Red and the Black
400 SE 12th avenue

"Lucio" is a colorful documentary about the life of Lucio Uturbia, a Spanish bricklayer and anarchist. Uturbia resists fascism, assists in the kidnapping of a Nazi war criminal, aids Black Panthers wanted by the US government, and brings Citibank to its knees by forging $20 million in travelers cheques to finance Latin American guerillas.

Alexis Bhagat - "Anarchy and Peace" at Red Emma's Bookstore in Baltimore

Jan 8 2010 19:00
Jan 8 2010 21:00
America/New York

January 8th
800 Saint Paul St.

Alexis Bhagat will facilitate a three-part catalytic conversation in the wake of the announcement of the escalation of the Afghan War. A catalyst is a substance that initiates and/or accelerates a chemical reaction. It is intended for this conversation to provoke exciting reactions in the tactics and strategies of peace activists in the coming year.


"Anarchism and Anti-Colonialism" with Maia Ramnath

Dec 11 2009 19:00
America/New York

Friday December 11 at 7:00 p.m.

Wooden Shoe Books
704 South Street, Philadelphia, PA

Taking Ourselves Seriously: Strategizing toward Social Transformation. An IAS Panel in San Francisco

Nov 14 2009 19:00
America/New York

Panel & dialogue with Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS) board members Joshua Stephens, Cindy Milstein, and Harjit Singh Gill

followed by IAS-hosted social (BYO drinks & snacks to share)

Saturday, November 14, at 7 p.m.
Station 40, 3030B 16th Street at Mission, San Francisco
(IAS fund-raiser, by donation)

Radical Archaeological Theory Symposium '09 Featuring Mark Lance as Keynote Speaker

Oct 17 2009 09:00
America/New York

About RATS

RATS is an occasional conference organized by graduate students designed to evaluate and push the frontiers of radical archaeological theory and practice. RATS 2009 will take place 17 October 2009 at Binghamton University. The theme is "Anarchism and Archaeology."

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