Infomiddag: Heden en verleden van het anarchisme in Servië

SLOBODA ANARHISTIMA LEPLJENJE PLAKATAAGA Presenteert:
Infomiddag: Heden en verleden van het anarchisme in Servië
[English below]

Waar: Anarchistische Bibliotheek / Bollox, Eerste Schinkelstraat 14-16,
Amsterdam

Wanneer: Donderdag 29 augustus
Tijd: 17:00

Voertaal: Engels

 

Op donderdag 29 augustus vindt er in de Anarchistische Bibliotheek /
infocafé De Bollox een infoavond plaats over anarchisme in Servië. Het zal
gaan over de geschiedenis van de anarchistische beweging in Servië, van
haar ontstaan eind negentiende eeuw, haar marginale rol in de beide
wereldoorlogen en het socialistische Joegoslavië, en haar heropleving in
de jaren negentig, met name door de hardcore punk scene, van de twintigste
eeuw. Bijzondere aandacht zal uitgaan naar de rol van Bakunin en de link
tussen Gavrilo Princip en het anarchisme. Ook zal er ruim aandacht wezen
voor het giftige nationalisme in deze regio en de rol van extreem rechtse
en fascistische groepen.

[English]

On Thursday 29 august the Anarchist Group Amsterdam is organizing an info
afternoon in the Anarchist Library / Info Café The Bollox on the history
of anarchism in Serbia. After the presentation  there?s room for
discussion and questions afterwards.

1. A SHORT HISTORY OF ANARCHISM IN SERBIA
The history of the workers movement in Serbia started in the late 19th
century. After Serbia became independent after the Berlin Congress (1878)
socialist ideas started to spread among the working class which started to
organize themselves. Besides socialist and communist ideas, anarchist
ideas also had a big influence, especially the ideas of Bakunin. Although
some anarchist groups were formed in the beginning of 20th century,
anarchism lost the battle against state socialism and communism. But in
the 90’s of 20th century some things changed. New anarchist groups
appeared, the punk movement brought in some new ideas and some interesting
activities started. This continues up and until today.

What was the real influence of anarchism in Serbian society? Who were
first anarchists? What was their main activity? What is the link between
Bakunin and Serbian anarchism? What is the link between Gavrilo Princip
and anarchism? Where were the anarchists during the Kingdom of Yugoslavia,
the Second World War, and Socialist Yugoslavia? When did anarchism start
to become appealing again? What about anarchism and the punk movement?
What are current anarchist groups and collectives up to?

All these questions will be answered during this presentation/discussion.

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