Camille Martin

Camille Martin

Camille Martin is the author of four collections of poetry, most recently Looms (2012) and Sonnets (2010), both published by Shearsman Books. Her poetry has been widely and internationally published in magazines and anthologies, and she has performed her poetry in more than thirty cities in Canada, the United States, France, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. Her current works in progress include R Is the Artichoke of Rose, a collection of minimalist poetry, and Blueshift Road. Martin holds an MFA in Poetry from the University of New Orleans and a Ph.D. in English from Louisiana State University. She is the founder of Rogue Embryo, a literary blog. Her poetry and collage art may be viewed at her website: http://www.camillemartin.ca. She lives in Toronto.

Anarchy, Geography, Modernity: Selected Writings of Elisée Reclus

SKU: 9781604864298
Author: Elisée Reclus • Editors: John P. Clark and Camille Martin
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 9781604864298
Published: 10/2013
Format: Paperback, mobi, ePub, PDF
Size: 6 x 9
Page count: 304
Subjects: Philosophy-Anarchism/Social Science-Geography

Praise

“For far too long Elisée Reclus has stood in the shadow of Godwin, Proudhon, Bakunin, Kropotkin, and Emma Goldman. Now John Clark has pulled Reclus forward to stand shoulder to shoulder with Anarchism’s cynosures. Reclus’ light brought into anarchism’s compass not only a focus on ecology, but a struggle against both patriarchy and racism, contributions which can now be fully appreciated thanks to John Clark’s exegesis and [his and Camille Martin’s] translations of works previously unavailable in English. No serious reader can afford to neglect this book.”
—Dana Ward, Pitzer College

“Finally! A century after his death, the great French geographer and anarchist Elisée Reclus has been honored by a vibrant selection of his writings expertly translated into English.”
—Kent Mathewson, Louisiana State University

“Maintaining an appropriately scholarly style, marked by deep background knowledge, nuanced argument, and careful qualifications, Clark and Martin nevertheless reveal a passionate love for their subject and adopt a stance of political engagement that they hope does justice to Reclus’ own commitments.”
Historical Geography

“Clark and Martin have opened the door, through their deep introduction and selected reprints, to one of the great thinkers of 19th century anarchist thought.”
Anarchy

“This inspiring analysis and anthology does an excellent job of placing Reclus in his anarchist and social context.”
Anarchist Studies



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