Anarchist Studies Reviews Guerrillas of Desire
Updated: Aug 29
"Guerrillas of Desire begins with a self-confessed provocation: the left misunderstands resistance. The implications of this claim, which forms the central thesis of the work, have huge significance for those with an interest in both Marxist or anarchist approaches to resistance, and the book goes a long way towards building bridges between these two approaches, highlighting the contribution made to the understanding of class conflict by autonomist Marxists. The book could be best understood as an awakening--both to the nature and capabilities of those who the left seeks to mobilise and organise, and to the historical record and future possibilities of the revolt against work."
Robin Jervis has written a very nice summary and review of Guerrillas of Desire for the British Journal Anarchist Studies and the Institute of Anarchist Studies has republished the full review. Take a read or obtain a copy of the original issue.