Texts from the Situationist Movement in Scandinavia and Elsewhere$25.00
The first ever English-language anthology collecting texts and documents from the little-known Scandinavian part of the Situationist movement.
Argot & the Dangerous Classes$15.95
A poet, translator, and co-editor (of the letters of her late husband, Situationist Guy Debord) who has written extensively on the etymology and history of European slang, Alice Becker-Ho examines...
A Critical Hidden History$18.00
A highly personal, deeply political, coldly analytical and achingly optimistic account of what some consider to be one of the most important English political groupings of the 20th Century and...
Ludic Subversion Against Spectacular Capitalism$40.00
Why should radicals be interested in playing wargames? Surely the Left can have no interest in such militarist fantasies? Yet, Guy Debord – the leader of the Situationist International – placed...
This is the first edition in any language to include extensive annotations, clarifying the historical allusions and revealing the sources of Debord’s “détournements.”Ken Knabb has also...
Bill Brown's Situationist Fanzine NOT BORED! has been going strong since 1983. This almost 600-page anthology collects 17 years of his rants, book, film, and music reviews, coverage of local...
The Situationist Movement in Scandinavia and Elsewhere$30.00
The first English publication to focus on Scandinavian Situationists and their role in the Situationist International's attempt to revolutionize the world through rejecting bourgeois art and...
Michèle Bernstein's novel, All the King’s Horses (1960), is one of the odder and more elusive, entertaining, and revealing documents of the Situationist International. At the instigation of...
Amsterdam's Anarchist Revolt$16.95
Provo: Amsterdam's Anarchist Revolt is the first book-length English-language study of Holland's legendary insurrectionist movement. In an introduction and eight chapters, Richard Kempton...
In 1957 a few experimental European groups stemming from the radical tradition of dadaism and surrealism, but seeking to avoid the cooption to which those movements succumbed, came together to form...