edited by Anna Elena Torres and Kenyon Zimmer
contributions by Allan Antliff, Ania Aizman, Elaine Leeder, Tom Goyens, Binyamin Hunyadi, Samuel Hayim Brody, Inna Shtakser, Ayelet Brinn, Mark Grueter and Renny Hahamovitch
University of Illinois Press, 2023
eISBN: 978-0-252-05428-0 | Paper: 978-0-252-08714-1 | Cloth: 978-0-252-04501-1
Library of Congress Classification HX550.J4W58 2023
Dewey Decimal Classification 320.57088296

Jewish anarchism has long been marginalized in histories of anarchist thought and action. Anna Elena Torres and Kenyon Zimmer edit a collection of essays which recovers many aspects of this erased tradition.

Contributors bring to light the presence and persistence of Jewish anarchism throughout histories of radical labor, women’s studies, political theory, multilingual literature, and ethnic studies.

These essays reveal an ongoing engagement with non-Jewish radical cultures, including the translation practices of the Jewish anarchist press. Jewish anarchists drew from a matrix of secular, cultural, and religious influences, inventing new anarchist forms that ranged from mystical individualism to militantly atheist revolutionary cells.

With Freedom in Our Ears brings together more than a dozen scholars and translators to write the first collaborative history of international, multilingual, and transdisciplinary Jewish anarchism.

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