translations

Emma Goldman's Adventures in France

  • Posted on: 5 September 2019
  • By: thecollective

Laure Batier speaks with Charles Reeve

From The Brooklyn Rail

The first complete French translation of Emma Goldman’s Living My Life (1931) was published in November 2018 by the Paris radical publisher L’échappée as Vivre ma vie; une anarchiste au temps des révolutions: the translators are Laure Batier and Jacqueline Reuss. The printing of 3,000 was sold out in a month, and a second edition continues to find a good response.

Mexico: No one said it was peaceful

  • Posted on: 21 August 2019
  • By: thecollective

From ediciones inéditas

CW: sexual assault, misogynistic slurs, descriptions of murder / assault

First published on Antagonismo, on Aug 17th 2019. An account by an anarchist feminist in Mexico City. Translator’s note: throughout feminine adjectives were used which cannot be replicated in English. The translation follows.

Anarchism is movement: Tomás Ibáñez (6)

  • Posted on: 20 June 2019
  • By: thecollective

From Autonomies

In July of last year, we began the translation of Tomás Ibáñez’s Anarquismo es movimiento/Anarchism is movement. In the same month, we concluded the translation of the essay’s central chapters. With this post, we bring the labour to a conclusion, with the translation of the extensive addenda that close the argument.

Notes on “What is Property?” (2019)

  • Posted on: 21 April 2019
  • By: thecollective

From Libertarian Labyrinth by Shawn P. Wilbur

These notes are from a group reading of the book on Reddit. While fragmentary, they do raise a number of questions that I haven’t had a chance to raise elsewhere. If nothing else, I’m archiving them to use in a future revision of Tucker’s translation.