ARENA ONE ON ANARCHIST CINEMA
edited by Richard Porton
In the wake of worldwide protests against corporate globalization and the end of the Cold War, anarchism continues to attract new adherents among aging leftists and new generations of young radicals. ARENA aims to tap into this revived interest in libertarian ideas, culture, and practice by providing a dynamic focal point: a journal that brings together good, stimulating, and provocative writing and scholarship on libertarian culture of all all kinds.
Design for a general, intelligent, popular readership as well as for scholars and aficionados working in the area, the first issue of AREANA focuses on film and video, historical and modern. Future issues will cover the entire spectrum of the arts: film, theatre, and art criticism as well as political theory and practice, reportage, letters, reviews, and unpublished fiction and nonfiction. Contributors to this issue include: Russell Campbell, Pietro Ferrua, Dan Georgakas, Andrew Hedden, and Eric Jarry.
ABOUT THE EDITOR
Richard Porton teaches cinema studies at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). His previous books include FILM AND ANACHIST IMAGINATION. He has written on film for a variety of publications and is on the editorial board of CINEASTE.
APR 2009 976-60486-050-4 $14.00 6×9 Paperback 176 PAGES Politics/cinema