Framing Imaginaries of Anarchism in Argentina Across Space and Time
Geoffroy de Laforcade is Professor of Latin American, Caribbean and World History at Norfolk State University. In addition to co-editing a special issue of Anarchist Studies (2020) focusing on “Indigeneity in Latin American Anarchism,” he has co-authored The Aliens Within: Danger, Disease, and Displacement in Representations of the Racialized Poor (2022); Migration, Diaspora, Exile: Narratives of Affiliation and Escape (2020) and In Defiance of Boundaries: Anarchism in Latin American History (2015). He has also published numerous articles and book chapters on a wide range of topics, including “Anarchism and Syndicalism in Argentina” (2023) and “Resistance, Gender, and Indigeneity: Critique and Contemporaneity of Bolivian Anarchism in the Historical Imagination of Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui” (2020).
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