Paul Nursey-Bray, Anarchist Thinkers and Thought: An Annotated Bibliography, 1992.


1857. Abbott, M. J. E. 1974. Anarchy and Anarchism: Santayana on the Nature of Moral and Political Authority. Vanderbilt University, Ph.D.

1858. Ackelsburg, M. A. 1976. The Possibility of Anarchism: The Theory and Practice of Non-Authoritarian Organization. Princeton University, Ph.D.

1859. Arum, P. M. 1971. Georges Dumoulin: Biography of a Revolutionary Syndicalist. University of Wisconsin, Ph.D.

1860. Arthur, A. S. 1980. The Problem of Providing Adequate Grounds for Political Obligation. Syracuse University, Ph.D.

1861. Backer, T. B. 1978. The Mutualists : The Heirs of Proudhon in the First International, 1865-1878. University of Cincinnati, Ph.D.

1862. Barker, J. H. 1983. The Concept of the State in Marx and Anarchism. Purdue University, Ph.D.

1863. Baron, L. 1975. The Eclectic Anarchism of Erich Miihsam. University of Wisconsin, Madison. Ph.D.

1864. Beebee, P. K. 1975. Toward an Anarchistic Conceptual Framework of Alternative Learning Experiences. University of Virginia, Ph.D.

1865. Berman, M. H. 1963. Marx on Individuality and Freedom. University of Cambridge, B.Litt

1866. Berry, E. W. 1969. Rhetoric for the Cause, the Analysis and Criticism of the Persuasive Discourse of Emma Goldman, Anarchist Agitator, 1906-1919. University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D.

1867. Blatt, M. H. 1983. The Anarchism of Ezra Heywood, 1829-1893: Abolition, Labor Reform and Free Love. Boston University Graduate School, Ph.D.

1868. Boris, E. C. 1981. Art and Labor: John Ruskin, William Morris, and the Craftsman Ideal in America, 1876-1915. Brown University, Ph.D.

1869. Brademas, S. J. 1953. Revolution and Social Revolution: A Contribution to the History of the Anarcho-Syndicalist Movement in Spain, 1930-1937. University of Oxford, D.Phil. See entry 1731.

1870. Breitbart, M. M. 1978. The Theory and Practice of Anarchist Decentralism in Spain, 1936-1939. Clark University, Ph.D. See entries 1732, 1733 and 1734.

1871. Brooks, F. H. 1988. Anarchism, Revolution and Labor in the Thought of Dyer D. Lum: "Events Are the True Schoolmasters." Cornell University, Ph.D.

1872. Brown, F. K. 1921. A Life of William Godwin. University of Oxford, D.Phil. See entry 284.

1873. Bucci, J. A. 1974. Philosophical Anarchism and Education. Boston University School of Education, Ed.D.

1874. Butler, J. 1960. Fernand Pelloutier and the Emergence of the French Syndicalist Movement. Ohio State University, Ph.D.

1875. Cahm, J. 1984. Peter Kropotkin and Revolutionary Action: A Study of the Development of His Approach in the Context of the Development of the Anarchist Movement in Western Europe, 1872-1886. University of London, University College, Ph.D. See entry 550.

1876. Carlson, A. R. 1970. Anarchism in Germany: The Early Movement. Michigan State University, Ph.D.

1877. Carnochan, P. J. 1981. The Role of the Intelligensia in the Political Thought of the Revolutionary Narodnik Strategists: Bakunin, Lavrov and Tchachev. University of Birmingham, M.Soc.Sc.

1878. Carr, B. C. L. 1976. Variations on the Anarchist: Politics Reflected in Fiction. Indiana University, Ph.D.

1879. Carroll, J. B. 1972. A Study of the 'Anarcho-psychologicaV Critique of Major Alternative Models of Social and Economic Morality and Behaviour. University of Cambridge, Ph.D. See entry 840.

1880. Chalwin, R. D. A. 1985. Philosophy of Science in the Anarchism of Peter Kropotkin. University of Wales, Swansea, M.A.

1881. Chan, P. A. W. 1979. Liu Shifu (1884-1915): A Chinese Anarchist and the Radicalization of Chinese Thought. University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D.

1882. Claasen, P. J. 1985. Anarchist Movements and the Ideas of Bakunin. University of Pretoria, M.A. Afrikaans text.

1883. Clark, J. 1974. The Social and Political Philosophy of William Godwin. Tulane University, Ph.D. See entry 288.

1884. Clarke, M. 1928. French Syndicalism, 1910-1927. University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D.

1885. Cochran, C. 1970. The Politics of Interest. The Eclipse of Community in Contemporary American Political Theory. Duke University, Ph.D.

1886. Collits, P. G. 1983. The Individual and the Political Order in the Thought of F. A. Hayek and Robert Nozick: A Critical Examination. Australian National University, M.A.

1887. Coon, D. J. 1988. Courtship with Anarchy: The Sociopolitical Foundations of William James's Pragmatism. Harvard University, Ph.D.

1888. Crampton, D. N. 1973. Shelley's Political Optimism: "The Mask of Anarchy" to "Hellas." University of Wisconsin, Madison, Ph.D.

1889. Crowder, G. E. 1987. The Idea of Freedom in Nineteenth Century Anarchism. University of Oxford, Ph.D.

1890. D'Agostino, A. W. 1971. Marxism and the Russian Anarchists. University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D. See entry 1699.

1891. Damico, L. H. 1985. The Anarchist Dimension of Liberation Theology. Florida State University, Ph.D. See entry 1354.

1892. Danley, J. R. 1976. An Examination of Process Arguments in Robert Nozick's "Anarchy, State and Utopia." University of Rochester, Ph.D.

1893. Del Giudice, M. N. 1982. The Young Bakunin and Left Hegelianism: Origins of Russian Radicalism and the Theory of Praxis, 1814-1842. McGill University, Ph.D.

1894. DeLucia, M. 1965. The Remaking of French Syndicalism, 1911-1918. Brown University, Ph.D.

1895. Downer, W. M. 1977. Freedom, Community and Anarchism: The Political Thought of Paul Goodman. University of Kansas, Ph.D.

1896. Dubin, B. H. 1973. A Critical Review of the Social and Educational Theories of Josiah Warren and his Individualist School of Anarchism. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D.

1897. Ebner, D. 1968. Benjamin R. Tucker: The Ideology of the Individualist Anarchist in America. New York University, Ph.D.

1898. Eichrodt, J. B. 1975. Anarchy and Culture: Dmitri Merezhkovsky and the 'Kairos'. Columbia University, Ph.D.

1899. Eisenwein, G. R. 1987. Anarchist Ideology and the Working Class Movement in Spain, 1868-1900, with Special Reference to the Ideas of Richard Mella. University of London, London School of Economics, Ph.D. See entry 1748.

1900. Espers, T. 1961. The Anarchism of George Landauer. University of Chicago, M.A.

1901. Estey, J. 1911. Revolutionary Syndicalism: An Exposition and a Critique. University of Wisconsin, Ph.D.

1902. Ferrandino, M. M. 1977. Patriarchy and Biological Necessity: A Feminist and Anarchist Critique. State University of New York, Buffalo, Ph.D.

1903. Fishman, S. 1960. Prophets, Poets and Priests: A Study of Men and Ideas that Made the Munich Revolution. University of Wisconsin, Ph.D.

1904. Fitzgerald, E. P. 1973. Emile Pouget, the Anarchist Movement, and the Origins of Trade-Unionism in France, 1880-1901. Yale University, Ph.D.

1905. Fitzpatrick, M. C. 1980. Justice and Labour: A Consideration of Proudhon's Notion of Justice, with Reference to His Mutual Credit Scheme. University of Kent, Ph.D.

1906. Fleishman, A. H. 1963. Conrad's Politics: Community and Anarchy in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad. John Hopkins University, Ph.D.

1907. Fleming, M. A. 1976. The Theoretical Works and the Political Activities of Elisee Reclus: A Study in the Development of Anarcho- communism. University of London, London School of Economics, Ph.D. See entry 801.

1908. Fowler, M. C. 1978. Essays on Nozick's Libertarianism. Princeton University, Ph.D. See entries 1178 and 1179.

1909. Fredricks, S. F. 1972. Social and Political Thought of Federica Montseny, Spanish Anarchist, 1923-1937. University of New Mexico, Ph.D.

1910. Freeman, D. A. 1976. Anarchy Revisited: Two Schools of Thought. Claremont Graduate School, Ph.D.

1911. George, W. 1921. French Political Theory since 1848 with Special Reference to Syndicalism. Harvard University, Ph.D.

1912. Ghosh-Pastidar, K. 1984. Conceptions of Individual Autonomy and Self Responsibility. University of Oxford, D.Phil.

1913. Goldberg, H. J. 1973. The Anarchists View the Bolshevik Regime, 1918- 1922. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Ph.D.

1914. Goldberger, S. 1985. Ervin Szabo, Anarcho-Syndicalism and Democratic Revolution in Turn-of-the-Century Hungary. Columbia University, Ph.D.

1915. Goodman, J. S. 1981. Anarchy, State and Utopia and the Natural Right of Property. University of London, University College, M.Phil.

1916. Goodstein, P. H. 1981. The Theory of the General Strike: From the French Revolution until World War I. University of Colorado, Boulder, Ph.D.

1917. Gordon, E. A. 1978. Anarchism in Brazil: Theory and Practice. Tulane University, Ph.D.

1918. Hagedorn, C. J. 1984. On the Treatment of Anarchist Educational Theory and Theorists in Selected Histories of Education. Saint Louis University, Ph.D.

1919. Halbrook, S. 1972. The Marx-Bakunin Controversy. Florida State University, Ph.D. See entry 72.

1920. Hall, B. N. I. 1971. A History and Critique of American Individualist Anarchists' Economic Theories. Duke University, Ph.D. See entries 12 and 967.

1921. Hamby, J. L. 1974. Gentle Anarchist: The Political and Social Thought of Paul Goodman. University of Missouri, Columbia, Ph.D.

1922. Harmon, C. C. 1984. The Red and the Black: Collusion between Leftist and Rightist Terrorists in Europe. Claremont Graduate School, Ph.D.

1923. Hart, J. M. 1970. Anarchist Thought in Nineteenth-Century Mexico. University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D. See entry 1685.

1924. Hartog, S. R. 1962. The State of Anarchy: The Political Philosophy of Prince Peter Kropotkin. University of London, London School of Economics, M.Sc.

1925. Hewitt, G. W. 1977. Revolution, Tradition and Order: The Nineteenth Century Anarchist Experience. State University of New York, Binghamton, Ph.D.

1926. Hinely, S. D. 1987. Charlotte Wilson: Anarchist, Fabian and Feminist. Stanford University, Ph.D.

1927. Hiskes, R. P. 1978. Community and Freedom: The Political Theory of Cooperative Individualism. University of Indiana, Ph.D. See entry 1199.

1928. Hoffman, R. 1967. The Social and Political Theory of P.-J. Proudhon. Brandeis University, Ph.D. See entry 720.

1929. Holmes, P. H. 1978. Leo Tolstoi as a Theorist of Non-violent Social Revolution and His Relationship with Mahatma Gandhi. University of Missouri, Columbia, Ph.D.

1930. Hudon, P. 1972. The Concept of Revolutionary Class among French Socialists, Babeuf to Proudhon. Georgetown University, Ph.D.

1931. Hutton, J. G. 1987. A Blow of the Pick: Science. Anarchism and the Neo-Impressionist Movement. Northwestern University, Ph.D.

1932. James, R. N. 1985. Anarchism and Political Violence in Sydney and Melbourne, 1886-1896. La Trobe University, M.A. See entry 1604.

1933. Jarrell, W. O. 1974. Some Anarchistic Implications of the Writings of Thomas Paine. Emory University, Ph.D.

1934. Johns, P. A. 1946. The Anarchist Movement in the Nineteenth Century: A Social Psychological Study. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Ph.D.

1935. Johnston, D. A. 1973. An American Anarchist: An Analysis of the Individualist Anarchism of Benjamin R. Tucker. University of New Mexico, Ph.D.

1936. Jones, T. D. M. 1987. Coercion. (Nozick). University of Glasgow, Ph.D.

1937. Judson, H. H. 1977. The Concept of Freedom in Anarchist Thought. University of California, Santa Barbara, Ph.D.

1938. Kingston, H. D. 1932. The Influence of William Godwin on Shelley. University of Birmingham, M.A.

1939. Krebs, E. S. 1978. Liu Shifu and Chinese Anarchism, 1905-1915. University of Washington, Ph.D.

1940. Land, C. E. L. 1938. The Novels of William Godwin. University of Birmingham, M.A.

1941. Lee, S. H. 1978. Does Moral Freedom Imply Anarchism? Georgetown University, Ph.D.

1942. Lee, S. 1981. Goodman's Paradox. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Ph.D

1943. Leeder, E. J. 1985. The Gentle Warrior: Rose Pesotta, Anarchist and Labor Organizer. Cornell University, Ph.D.

1944. Leighten, P. D. 1983. Picasso: Anarchism and Art, 1897-1914. Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, Ph.D.

1945. Leon, D. H. 1972. The American as Anarchist: A Socio-Historical Interpretation. University of Iowa, Ph.D. See entry 1357.

1946. Levine, L. 1970. The Labor Movement in France: A Study in Revolutionary Syndicalism. University of Southern California, Ph.D.

1947. Levitas, I. 1974. The Unterrified Jeffersonian: Benjamin R. Tucker. A Study of Native American Anarchism as Exemplified in His Life and Times. New York University, Ph.D.

1948. Lewisohn, D. 1967. The Political Philosophy of William Godwin. University of Sussex, M.A.

1949. Lothstein, A. S. 1980. From Privacy to Praxis: The Case for John Dewey as a Radical Social Philosopher. New York University, Ph.D.

1950. Luebbering, K. H. 1980. Learning for Nowhere: Educational Thought in Anarchist Tradition. University of Missouri, Columbia, Ph.D.

1951. Lund, P. 1976. The Educational Ideas of Ivan Illich and the Relevance of Them to the British Educational System. University of Nottingham, M.Phil.

1952. Lynch, H. M. 1976. Patterns of Anarchy and Order in the Works of John Rechy. University of Houston, Ph.D.

1953. Mancini, M. J. 1974. The Covert Themes of American Anarchism, 1881-1908: Time, Space and Consciousness as Anarchist Myth. Emory University, Ph.D.

1954. Marshall, P. H. 1977. William Godwin: A Study in the Origins, Development and Influence of His Philosophy. University of Sussex, D.Phil. See entry 305.

1955. Martin, J. J. 1949. Individualist Anarchism in the United States ; a Survey of Native Anti-Statist Thought and Action, 1827-1908. University of Michigan, Ph.D. See entry 1839.

1956. Mayor, J. L. 1984. Property and Welfare in Liberal Political Philosophy. (Nozick). Middlesex Polytechnic, Ph.D.

1957. Meaker, G. H. 1968. Spanish Anarcho-Syndicalism and the Russian Revolution, 1917-1922. University of Southern California, Ph.D.

1958. Morrison, P. J. 1978. The Communist Party of Australia and the Australian Radical-Socialist Tradition, 1920-1939. University of Adelaide, M.A.

1959. Morton, K. W. 1986. Community as Metaphor: Anarchy and Structure in American Culture, 1830-1920. University of Minnesota, Ph.D.

1960. Muller, V. L. 1980. The Idea of Perfectability from Condorcet to Gandhi. University of California, Santa Barbara, Ph.D.

1961. Nelson, B. C. 1986. Culture and Conspiracy: A Social History of Chicago Anarchism, 1870-1900. Northern Illinois University, Ph.D.

1962. Newbrough, M. G. 1975. Individualist Anarchism in American Political Thought. University of California, Santa Barbara, Ph.D.

1963. Newman, S. L. 1983. Liberalism at Wit's End: The Libertarian Revolt against the Modern State. Cornell University, Ph.D.

1964. Nowlin, W. G. 1980. The Political Thought of Alexander Berkman. Tufts University, Ph.D.

1965. Osgood, H. L. 1889. Socialism and Anarchism. Columbia University, Ph.D.

1966. Osterfeld, D. E. 1977. Anarcho-Capitalism: The Development of an Alternative to Government. University of Cincinnati, Ph.D. See entry 1487.

1967. Palij, M. 1971. The Peasant Partisan Movement of the Anarchist Nestor Makhno, 1918-1921. University of Kansas, Ph.D. See entry 1714.

1968. Parrish, T. C. 1985. Agrarian Politics and Regional Class Formation in La Rioja, Spain, 1868-1975. New School for Social Research, Ph.D.

1969. Paterson, R. W. K. 1961. Max Stirner's Philosophy of Education. University of St. Andrews, B.Phil. See entry 849.

1970. Patsouras, L. 1966. Jean Grave, French Intellectual and Anarchist, 1854- 1939. Ohio State University, Ph.D. See entry 456.

1971. Perez, J. A. 1986. Anarchism in the Works of Pio Baroja. New York University, Ph.D. Spanish text.

1972. Perez-Adan, J. 1986. Reformist Anarchism, 1800-1936. Macquarie University, Ph.D.

1973. Perlin, T. M. 1970. Anarchist-Communism in America, 1890-1914. Brandeis University, Ph.D. See entry 1495.

1974. Pernicone, N. 1971. The Italian Anarchist Movement: The Years of Crisis, Decline, and Transformation, 1879-1894. University of Rochester, Ph.D.

1975. Perry, L. C. 1967. Antislavery and Anarchy: A Study of the Ideas of Abolitionism Before the Civil War. Cornell University, Ph.D.

1976. Peterson, C. J. 1960. Philosophical Anarchism: A Comparative Study of American and European Theory. University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D.

1977. Philp, M. F. E. 1980. William Godwin's Political Justice, 1791-1796. University of Oxford, M.Phil.

1978. Pickles, W. 1928. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and Karl Marx. University of Leeds, M.A. See entry 736.

1979. Presiot, H. K. 1931. The Economic and Political Theory of William Godwin and His Debt to French Thinkers. University of Oxford, D.Phil.

1980. Prevost, G. F. 1977. Marxism and Anarchism - Some Problems in the Controversy. University of Minnesota, Ph.D.

1981. Price, S. M. 1936. The Reception and Influence of the Works of Leo Tolstoy in England, 1870-1910. University of Manchester, M.A.

1982. Protic, M. 1987. The Ideology of the Serbian Radical Movement, 1881- 1903: Sources, Characteristics, Developments. University of California, Santa Barbara, Ph.D.

1983. Rabinowitz, J. T. 1978. Emergent Problems and Optimal Solutions: A Critique of Robert Nozick's "Anarchy, State and Utopia." Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph.D.

1984. Riley, T. A. 1946. John Henry Mackay, Germany's Anarchist Poet: A Study in Individualism. Harvard University, Ph.D.

1985. Ritter, A. I. 1965. Proudhon: Realist, Radical Moralist. Harvard University, Ph.D. See entry 744.

1986. Robinson, P. 1971. Psychological Ethics in William Godwin's Political Justice, 1798. University of North Staffordshire, Keele. M.A.

1987. Rogers, J. A. 1957. Prince Peter Kropotkin, Scientist and Anarchist: A Biographical Study of Science and Politics in Russian History. Harvard University, Ph.D.

1988. Rogers, L. E. 1975. Anarchism and Libertarian Education. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Ph.D.

1989. Rosen, F. 1964. Progress and Democracy in William Godwin's Contribution to Political Philosophy. University of London, London School of Economics, Ph.D. See entry 320.

1990. Roslak, R. S. 1987. Scientific Aesthetics and the Aetheticized Earth: The Parallel Vision of the Neo-Impressionist Landscape and Anarcho- Communist Social Theory. University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D.

1991. Salerno, S. 1986. The Early Labor Radicalism of the Industrial Workers of the World: A Socio-Cultural Critique. Brandeis University, Ph.D.

1992. Sarracino, C. T. 1974. Henry Miller, Spiritual Anarchist. University of Michigan, Ph.D.

1993. Schultz, K. D. 1984. Revolutionary versus Evolutionary Anarchism: An Intra-Theory Comparative Analysis. Florida State University, Ph.D.

1994. Sciabarra, C. M. 1988. Toward a Radical Critique of Utopianism: Dialectics and Dualism in the Works of Friedrich Hayek, Murray Rothbard and Karl Marx. New York University, Ph.D.

1995. Shuford, R. W. 1974. Anarchism and Social Action in America: A Case Study of an Alternative Health Care Facility. Northwestern University, Ph.D.

1996. Silberman, M. 1979. Tolstoy and America: A Study in Reciprocal Influence. County University of New York, Ph.D

1997. Silverman, W. Z. 1988. Gyp: Right Wing Anarchist at the Fin de Siecle. New York University, Ph.D.

1998. Sonn, R. D. 1981. French Anarchism as Cultural Politics in the 1890's. University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. See entry 1640.

1999. Stanley, T. A. 1978. Osugi Sakae: A Japanese Anarchist. University of Arizona, Ph.D. See entry 1675.

2000. Steakley, J. D. 1986. Anarchism and Culture: The Political and Cultural Theories of Erich Miihsam. Cornell University, Ph.D.

2001. Steinke, G. E. 1955. The Anarchistic, Expressionistic and Dadaistic Phases in the Life and Work of Hugo Ball. Stanford University, Ph.D.

2002. Stevenson, B. J. H. 1972. The Ideology of American Anarchism, 1880- 1910. University of Iowa, Ph.D.

2003. Straus, R. 1973. The Anarchist Argument: An Analysis of Three Justifications of Anarchism. Columbia University, Ph.D.

2004. Suits, D. B. 1977. The Political Theory of Lysander Spooner. University of Waterloo, Ph.D.

2005. Sykes, T. 1974. The Practice of Revolutionary Syndicalism in Italy, 1905-1910. Columbia University, Ph.D.

2006. Tager, F. M. S. 1979. A Radical Approach to Education: Anarchist Schooling-The Modern School of New York and Stelton. Ohio State University, Ph.D.

2007. Taylor, A. 1980. Liberty and Equality in the Social Order, with Special Reference to the Views of John Rawls and Robert Nozick. The Catholic University of America, Ph.D.

2008. Taylor, M. J. 1975. Anarchy and Co-operation. University of Essex, Ph.D. See entry 1552.

2009. Thomas, D. P. 1973. Karl Marx's Disputes with the Anarchists. Harvard University, Ph.D. See entry 1558.

2010. Thomas, J. A. 1964. The Philosophical Anarchism of William Godwin: His Philosophy of Man, State and Society. University of Southern California, Ph.D.

2011. Varias, A. 1986. Anarchists in Fin-de-Siecle Paris. New York University, Ph.D.

2012. Vaughan, W. H. I. 1970. Toward an Anarchistic Theory of Education: A Systematic Examination of the Educational Thought of Paul Goodman. University of Kentucky, Ph.D.

2013. Vincent, K. S. 1981. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and the Rise of French Socialism. University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. See entry 753.

2014. Waggoner, G. A. 1983. The Black Hand: Agrarian Anarchism in Southern Spain, 1881-1883. Columbia University, Ph.D.

2015. Wake, W. E. 1977. Anarchism and Education: Development of a Framework for Non-authoritarian Education. University of Maryland College Park, Ph.D.

2016. Waters, K. B. 1981. The Demands of Libertarianism: Is Robert Nozick's Minimal State Justified? University of Connecticut, Ph.D.

2017. Weaver, C. E. 1982. Anarchy, Planning and Regional Development: The Regional Question in Historical Perspective. University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D.

2018. Wesely, R. J. 1981. The Triumph of the System: Alexander Berkman, Anarchism, and America. Saint Louis University, Ph.D.

2019. White, M. K. 1921. William Godwin: His Life, Work and Influences. University of Sheffield, M.A.

2020. Williams, D. 1974. William Godwin's Struggle for Autonomy, 1791- 1797. University of Kentucky, Ph.D. See entry 327.

2021. Williams, M. R. 1923. William Godwin: Philosopher and Man of Letters. University of Bristol, M.A.

2022. Williams, M. G. 1974. Politics without Love: Anarchism in Turgenev, Dostoevsky and James. University of Michigan, Ph.D.

2023. Winter, P. 1984. Politics and Society in Marx and Proudhon. University of Manchester, Ph.D.

2024. Yates, S. A. 1983. The Significance of Feyerabend's "Anarchism" for Contemporary Philosophy of Science. University of Georgia, Ph.D.

2025. Yoast, R. A. 1974. The Development of Argentine Anarchism: A Socio- Ideological Analysis. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Ph.D.

2026. Zarrow, P. G. 1987. Chinese Anarchists: Ideals and the Revolution of 1911. University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. See entry 1630.