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REVOLUTION: a reader

Price
$28.00
Date
2012
Publisher
Publication Studio Vancouver
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
ISBN
978-1-933662-87-7
Size
16 × 18.5 × 2.5 cm
Length
1154 
Description

Revolution: A Reader is less a collection and more, quite literally, a conversation about revolution. Annotations from Lisa Robertson and Matthew Stadler—composed simultaneously and in response to one another— fill the margins of this 1200-page book, unfolding in a kind of web of argument that stitches across time and texts to make a unified, new thing: a reader.

The book includes an annotated bibliography of revolution by David Brazil

Kathy Acker • Etel Adnan • Giorgio Agamben • Arakawa + Gins • Hannah Arendt • Dodie Bellamy • Hakim Bey • David Brazil • Edmund Burke • Thomas Carlyle • Bernal Diaz del Castillo • Mahmoud Darwish • Guy Davenport • Angela Davis • Gilles Deleuze • Stacy Doris • Hal Draper • Frantz Fanon • Shulamith Firestone • M.F.K. Fisher • Michel Foucault • Charles Fourier • Mavis Gallant • Jean Genet • George Grosz • Ian Hamilton Finlay • Alan Halsey • Donna Haraway • Harry Hay • William Hazlitt • Christopher Hill • Langston Hughes • Ivan Illich • The Invisible Committee • Calvin Johnson • J. Krishnamurti • Thomas Kuhn • Violette Leduc • Mina Loy • Lucretius • Asmaa Mahfouz • Agnes Martin • Marshall McLuhan • Louise Michel • Eileen Myles • Elena Poniatowska • Miguel Leòn-Portilla • Michel Ragon • Jacques Rancière • Kristin Ross • Edward Said • Saskia Sassen • Percy Bysshe Shelley • Situationist International • Valerie Solanas • Rebecca Spang • Gertrude Stein • Jalal Toufic • Edward John Trelawney • Flora Tristan • Oscar Tuazon • Vivienne Westwood • Oscar Wilde • Raymond Williams • Mary Wollstonecraft • George Woodcock.

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