Our Lost Continent: Episodes from an Alternate History of the Anarchist Idea, 1837–1936

Beginnings (1837–1865)

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Walt Whitman, L’Humanitaire, Sylvain Maréchal, Pierre Leroux, William B. Greene, Charles Fourier, Etienne de la Boetie, Anselme Bellegarrigue, Ernest Coeurderoy, Joseph Déjacque, Eliphalet Kimball, Henriette (artiste), Jenny P. d’Héricourt, Calvin Blanchard, Henry Edger, Le Proletaire, Stephen Pearl Andrews, Josiah Warren, Mikhail Bakunin, Adin Ballou, Félix Pignal, César de Paepe, Flora Tristan, Jeanne Deroin, Ganneau (The Mapah)

Introduction: Talk of Beginnings and Ends

Prologue: A World without Anarchists

EPISODES:

Epilogue:

New Beginnings (1865–1886)

Summary of previous volume:

Prologue: Anarchy without Proudhon

EPISODES:

From the funeral of Proudhon to the Haymarket bombing.

Epilogue:

El Anarquismo naciente (1886–1914)

Summary of previous volumes:

Prologue:

EPISODES:

From the aftermath of the Haymarket events to the beginning of WWI.

Epilogue:

The End of the Beginnings? (1914–1934)

Summary of previous volumes:

Prologue:

EPISODES: From the beginning of WWI through the publications of the Short History, the dictionary from the Encyclopédie anarchiste project and Fernand Fortin’s proposal for a liaison anarchiste. A final episode will probably extend the narrative to June, 1936 and end with a treatment of the article “La Liaison Anarchiste et son enterrement” (La Revue anarchiste).

Epilogue:

Conclusion: Talk of Ends and Beginnings


WHAT MUTUALISM WAS

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PRECURSORS AND OUTLIERS
  • Gray Light”—Paul Brown in the New Harmony Gazette (1825–1827)
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