Kirjakahvilan englanninkielisten kirjojen valikoima täydentyi pitkästä aikaa uusilla ja aiemmin loppuunmyydyillä vanhoilla nimikkeillä. Tällä hetkellä hylly notkuu seuraavien opusten painosta: // The English-language selection of books at Kirjakahvila was recently restocked – and it was about time, too! At the moment we carry the following titles:

Queer & trans

  • Kate Bornstein: ”Gender Outlaws: The next generation” (14e)
  • Ryan Conrad (ed.): ”Against Equality: Queer revolution, not mere inclusion” (12e)
  • J. Jack Halberstam: ”Gaga Feminism: Sex, gender, and the end of normal” (16e)
  • Julia Serano: ”Whipping Girl: A transsexual woman on sexism and the scapegoating of femininity” (15e)
  • Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore (ed.): ”That’s Revolting! Queer strategies for resisting assimilation” (15e)
  • Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore (ed.): ”Why Are Faggots So Afraid of Faggots? Flaming challenges to masculinity, objectification, and the desire to conform” (15e)

Anarkismi // Anarchism

  • Benedict Anderson: ”The Age of Globalization: Anarchists and the anti-colonial imagination” (15e)
  • Simon Critchley: ”Infinitely Demanding: Politics of resistance, ethics of commitment” (15e)
  • Dark Star Collective (ed.): ”Quiet Rumours: An anarcha-feminist reader” (2nd edition) (14e)
  • Uri Gordon & Ohal Grietzer (eds): ”Anarchists Against the Wall: Direct action and solidarity with the Palestinian popular struggle” (12e)
  • Cindy Milstein: ”Anarchism and Its Aspirations” (10e)
  • Maia Ramnath: ”Decolonizing Anarchism: An anti-authoritarian history of India’s liberation struggle” (15e)
  • Deric Shannon & J. Rogue & C.B. Daring & Abbey Volcano (eds): ”Queering Anarchism: Addressing and undressing power and desire” (17e)
  • Judith Suissa: ”Anarchism and Education: A philosophical perspective” (16e)
  • Žiga Vodovnik: ”A Living Spirit of Revolt: The infrapolitics of anarchism” (15e)
  • Colin Ward & David Goodway: ”Talking Anarchy” (12e)

Muu politiikka & teoria // Other politics & theory

  • The Black Fish: ”The Bluefin Bonanza: Lifting the lid on the lucrative trade on one of the most endangered species on the planet” (10e)
  • Judith Butler & Athena Athanasiou: ”Dispossession: The performative in the political” (18e)
  • Chris Crass: ”Towards Collective Liberation: Anti-racist organizing, feminist praxis, and movement building strategy” (17e)
  • Simon Critchley: ”Ethics, Politics, Subjectivity: Essays on Derrida, Levinas and contemporary French thought” (15e)
  • Jacques Derrida: ”The Politics of Friendship” (15e)
  • Marina Sitrin (ed.): ”Horizontalism: Voices of popular power in Argentina” (19e)
  • AK Thompson: ”Black Bloc, White Riot: Anti-Globalization and the genealogy of dissent” (15e)
  • Raoul Vaneigem: ”The Revolution of Everyday Life” (18e)
  • Harsha Walia: ”Undoing Border Imperialism” (15e)

Punk & DIY

  • Sara Marcus: ”Girls to the Front: The true story of the riot grrrl revolution” (15e)
  • Amy Spencer: ”DIY: The rise of lo-fi culture” (13e)
  • Gabriel Kunh (ed.): ”Sober Living for the Revolution: Hardcore punk, straight edge, and radical politics” (18e)

Oppaat // Guide books

  • Joe Biel: ”Make a Zine! When words and graphics collide” (8e)
  • Kyle Bravo: ”Making Stuff and Doing Things” (12e)
  • Raleigh Briggs: ”Make Your Place: Affordable, sustainable nesting skills” (8e)
  • Victoria Law & China Martens: ”Don’t Leave Your Friends Behind: Concrete ways to support families in social justice movements and communities” (15e)
  • Jeremy Adam Smith & Tomas Moniz (eds): ”Rad Dad: Dispatches from the frontiers of fatherhood” (12e)
  • Shelly Lynn Jackson & Ethan Clark: ”Chainbreaker Bike Book: A rough guide to bicycle maintenance” (12e)
  • Dossie Easton & Janet W. Hardy: ”The Ethical Slut: A practical guide to polyamory, open relationships & other adventures” (15e)