Hewitt-White has completed her study, “Gender in Current
Anti-Globalization Activism in Canada” and published the
following articles: "Women talking about sexism and
oppression in the movement," in Rip It Up: A Special issue
of the Guelph Peak about Corporate Globalization and the Movement
Against It, April 2001; "Gender in Anti-Globalization
Activism," Kick It Over, No. 39, September 2001.
"Women talking about sexism in the anti-globalization
movement," in RESIST! A Grassroots Collection of Stories,
Poetry, Photos and Analysis from the FTAA Protests
in Québec City and Beyond, edited by Jen Chang et al.
Halifax, .S.: Fernwood, 2001. She is currently working on a
full length manuscript, which will be submitted to Fernwood Books.
She also has plans to write additional chapters that delve further
into the theoretical implications of the project. She was awarded
$2000 in January 2001.
Perez and Felipe del Solar will complete the first part of their
three part work, Chile: Anarchist Practices Under Pinochet,
by the end of October. Focusing on the 70’s era of anarchism in
Chile, they were able to obtain documents but found few anarchists
to interview, either because they had disappeared or were too old.
Next, they will focus on the 80s and 90s. They were awarded
$2000 in January 2001.
Firth has completed the first part of his three piece translation
project. Entitled, "Russian Capitalism and the Global
Economy" by the MPST in Moscow, it is available on the IAS
website. He is working on the translations of two essays on Nestor
Makhno, one by Russian anarchist Ida Melt and another by N.
Sukhogorskaya, originally published in Nestor Ivanovich Makhno
(ed. VF Verstyuk, Dzvin Publishers, Kiev 1991). He was awarded
$500 in January 2001.
Doyle has completed research and is now working on a draft of his
play, Orange Fire, a three act theater play about the life,
beliefs and struggles of Irish activist Captain Jack White
(1879-1946). He hopes to complete it this fall. He was awarded
$1000 in June 2000.
Villareal is working on his Spanish translation of Murray
Bookchin’s Remaking Society. He has extended his deadline
to March 2002. He was awarded $2500 in January 2000.
Lowndes’ essay “Anarchism and the Rise of Rightwing
Anti-statism,” has become much larger over time and he hopes to
publish a book in Spring 2002. Of the chapters and drafts that he
has completed, one chapter is currently being considered for a
collection of essays on populism edited by Ernesto Laclau and
Fransisco Panizza. He was awarded $1000 in June 1998.
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