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Announcing the Institute for Anarchist Studies Web Site!

category international | miscellaneous | press release author Saturday May 02, 2009 05:34author by Cindy Milstein - Institute for Anarchist Studies Report this post to the editors

Newly Relaunched for May Day!

Dear Friends and Comrades,

The Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS) has newly relaunched its Web site, now available at http://www.anarchist-studies.org/.

While a few of the features of this site are still under construction, we felt it necessary to make our public face known again. And what more appropriate day to bring our Web site into existence than May 1, International Workers' Day (or May Day if you will)? Expect all of the features to be updated shortly as the site reaches full fruition.

The IAS has undergone many changes, including a reconstituted board with new members who bring new energy to the project, alongside our longtime committed members who continue to provide guidance.

We will be publishing our journal Perspectives periodically on this site, and we will be starting with a series of articles on the late but brilliant Murray Bookchin written shortly after his passing.

We hope you will continue to follow the IAS through our Web site, bring members of our speakers bureau to your school or community, and consider a donation. Even just $5 a month will go a long ways toward funding future projects and continuing quality antiauthoritarian scholarship. We thank you for your support during the site rebuilding and encourage you to please continue to submit requests for funding. We hope you will also continue to support us in the future.

In solidarity,

The Board of the Institute for Anarchist Studies

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