Changing Anarchism: Anarchist Theory and Practice in a Global Age

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James Bowen lives in West Yorkshire and works to promote literacy among children of all ages. His other interests include travel, speaking and learning foreign languages, writing songs and short stories, reading, and playing guitar and singing in radical folk-roots band Bar the Shouting. He is also a member of the Lib ED radical education publishing collective.

Colin Craig is a former senior international consultant in the subject of illicit drug use and the prevention of HIV transmission amongst injecting drug users. He has worked in the former Soviet Union, the United States and Western Europe on many different contracts relating to HIV prevention, research into drug trends, drug-using prisoners, drug user advocacy projects and developing health promotion amongst injecting drugs users. He is currently working on a history of the development of the War on Drugs.

Karen Goaman has written a PhD thesis in anthropology at University College London, on situationism and contemporary anarchism, and is a part-time lecturer in communications and cultural history at London Metropolitan University. She is interested in the strand of thought that opposes industrial civilisation and is active on the fringes of London's anti-capitalist milieu, including Rising Tide.

Joanna Gore teaches fine art at Middlesex University and is currently writing up her PhD thesis 'In the eye of the beholder: the role of the artist in the institutional dialectics of control, resistance and liberation'. She also works as a freelance artist/researcher in educational, health and community settings and tries to have fun.

David Gribble worked at a variety of schools during his teaching career, principally Dartington Hall School and Sands School (of which he was one of the founders). Since his retirement in 1992 he has visited free or democratic schools all round the world, written or edited several books and articles and spoken in many different countries. He played an important role in the establishment of the International Democratic Education Conferences, which take place each year in a different country.

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