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LOVE, ANARCHY, AND EMMA GOLDMAN
Biography by project director Candace Falk

All-new revised edition. Written with literary sensitivity, Falk's account draws upon passionate correspondence between Goldman and her manager and lover of ten years, Ben Reitman. Autographed by the author.

$15.00 (Paperback; regularly $22.00) $27.00 (Hardback)

   
 

 

LIVING MY LIFE
Autobiography by Emma Goldman

The unabridged edition of Emma Goldman's classic autobiography in two volumes.

Temporarily Out of Stock.

 

 

ANARCHISM AND OTHER ESSAYS
Writings by Emma Goldman

"Anarchism and Other Essays provides a fascinating look into revolutionary issues at the turn of the century, a prophetic view of the social and economic future, much of what we have seen take place, and above all, a glimpse into the mind of an extraordinary woman: brilliant, provocative, dedicated, passionate, and what used to be called 'high-minded.'"

$9 SOLD OUT

 

 

RED EMMA SPEAKS: AN EMMA GOLDMAN READER
By Alix Kates Shulman

"Red Emma Speaks: An Emma Goldman Reader presents in a single, handy volume the full sweep of her opinions and personality. In addition to nine essays from Goldman's own 1910 collection Anarchism and Other Essays, three dramatic sections from her 1931 autobiography Living My Life, and the afterword to her My Disillusionment in Russia... this book contains sixteen more pieces covering a range of subjects... Red Emma Speaks on: anarchism, sex, prostitution, marriage, jealousy, prisons, religion, schools, violence, war, communism, and so much more."

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NO REGRETS: DR. BEN REITMAN AND THE WOMEN WHO LOVED HIM
By Mecca Reitman Carpenter

"'I have been called almost every name that one can label or discredit a man. I have never denied any of the charges.' So wrote Ben Reitman, hobo, physician, comrade lover to 'Red Emma' Goldman, social and medical reformer and life-long friend and doctor to Chicago's prostitutes, convicts, homeless, and poor in the first half of the 20th century.

"No Regrets is the story of the flamboyant Dr. Reitman told by a daughter who dared to explore her family's hiden past--searching in letters and family records for the secrets of her long-dead father and women who had loved him."

$20

 

 

WITH SPEECH AS MY WEAPON: EMMA GOLDMAN AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT - A UNIT OF STUDY FOR GRADES 8-12

The National Center for History in the Schools, working in collaboration with The Emma Goldman People Project, developed the collection of lessons in With Speech As My Weapon: Emma Goldman and the First Amendment - A Unit of Study for Grades 8-12. The lessons represent specific dramatic episodes in history from which you and your students can pause to delve into the deeper meanings of selected landmark events and explore their wider context.

$12.00

 

 

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF EMMA GOLDMAN: A CURRICULUM FOR MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

A sampling of primary documents from the microfilm collection on the history of immigration, freedom of expression, women's rights, anti-militarism, and the art and literature of social change. With inquiry questions and suggested classroom activities applying middle and high school social studies and humanities curriculum themes. 127 pages.

$13.00 Sold out.

 

 

EMMA GOLDMAN: THE ANARCHIST GUEST
A video documentary by Coleman Romalis

"Villified by her enemies as "Red Emma", a dangerous radical--but adored by her friends and comrades. Abrasive--but charming. A self-centered autocrat--but a freedom-loving democrat. Complex and paradoxical, Emma Goldman was one of the 20th Century's most fascinating political figures.

"Deported from the United States, Goldman spent much of her life in exile, constantly on the move. In Canada, she found a home."

Institutional orders: $150.00 SOLD OUT

Individual orders: $32.00 SOLD OUT

 

 

MICROFILM AND GUIDE

For your local public or university library: The Emma Goldman Papers: A Microfilm Edition (69 reels) and award-winning reference Emma Goldman: A Guide to Her Life and Documentary Sources (Chadwyck-Healey, Inc.). Microfilm contains over twenty thousand letters, writings, and government and surveillance documents, newspaper clippings, photographs, and reminiscences from public and private repositories all over the world.

The 720-page guide offers indexes to the complete collection and includes a detailed chronology and biographical essays. For information on how to order, contact ProQuest Information and Learning Company, toll free number (800) 521-0600, 300 N. Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.

 

 

BOOK EDITION

The project is currently editing a four-volume book edition of Goldman's letters and writings for scholars and general readers. Forthcoming from the University of California Press.

 

 

TRAVELING EXHIBITION

A selection of extraordinary archival reproductions with historical narrative chronicles Goldman's life and activities. For display in community centers, galleries, and libraries -- contact the project for booking and cost information.



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