WELCOME TO THE LIBERTARIAN LABYRINTH: AN ARCHIVE OF ANARCHISTIC HISTORIES AND POSSIBILITIES; WRITINGS BY ANARCHISTS, SOCIALISTS, FEMINISTS AND DREAMERS! The LIBERTARIAN LABYRINTH is a collection of digital archives and blogs dedicated to radical history, with an emphasis on the history of the anarchist movement.
Explore the Collections
The heart of the collection is the works on ANARCHISM and the history of the anarchist tradition.
- ANARCHIST BEGINNINGS: A natural first stop in the exploration of anarchism, this collection features introductory texts drawn from the early phases of the tradition
- BAKUNIN LIBRARY: A new edition of the works of Mikhail Bakunin in English
- PROUDHON LIBRARY: New translations from the works of P.-J. Proudhon
- RESPONSIBILITY, SOLIDARITY, STRATEGY: Anarchism without adjectives
- LA FRONDEUSE:
- ANARCHY AND THE SEX QUESTION:
- THE BEAUTIFUL NIHILIST:
- POSSIBLE AND IMPOSSIBLE WORLDS
SHAWN P. WILBUR
New in the Labyrinth
These are the most recent postings from every exhibit in the collection: