Indigeneity, Sovereignty, Anarchy: A Dialog With Many Voices
Gord Hill is a member of the Kwakwa̱ka̱ʼwakw nation. In addition to numerous zines and articles, Hill is author of three widely-read illustrated histories: The Antifa Comic Book: 100 Years of Fascism and Antifa Movements (2018); The Anti-Capitalist Comic Book: From the WTO to G20 (2012); and 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book (2010; revised and expanded ed., 2021). He maintains the Warrior Publications website -- warriorpublications.wordpress.com – “to promote warrior culture, fighting spirit, and resistance movements.”
Allan Antliff is Professor of Art History and Visual Studies at the University of Victoria. He is author of Anarchist Modernism: Art, Politics, and the First American Avant-Garde (2001), Anarchy and Art from the Paris Commune to the fall of the Berlin Wall (2007), and Joseph Beuys (2014). Antliff is also editor of Only a Beginning: An Anarchist Anthology (2004) and Director of the University of Victoria’s Anarchist Archive. In addition to serving as editor of ADCS, he is art editor for the interdisciplinary U.K.-based journal, Anarchist Studies.
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