Resonance

In Contrast to Late Night Readings, which does not always filter for quality, these texts are foundational. They are the building blocks of new assemblages, machines, packs, and subjectivities.

SCENE I: The Future
1. Against Race and the Black Atlantic by Paul Gilroy
2. Empire, Multitude, Common Wealth by Negri and Hardt
3. Anti-Oedipus and Thousand Plateaus by Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari
4. End Notes Vol 3

SCENE II: Capital
1. Capital Vol 1, 2, 3, and Theories of Surplus Value
2. Grundrisse
3. Remaking of the American Working Class by Loren Goldner

SCENE III: Subjectivities
1. Class Composition and the Theory of the Party at the Origins of the Worker’s Council Movement by Sergio Bologna
2. Storming Heaven by Steve Wright
3. Self Organization is the First Act of Revolution… by Theorie Communiste

SCENE IV: Race
1. Black Skin White Masks by Frantz Fanon
2. White Man Listen! by Richard Wright
3. Black Marxism by Cedric Robinson

SCENE V: Gender
1. Sex, Race, and Class by Selma James
2. The Problem with Work by Kathi Weekes
3. The Logic of Gender: On the Separation… by End Notes

SCENE VI: History
1. The Black Jacobins by CLR James
2. All Four Volumes of the Third Revolution by Murray Bookchin
3. In Struggle by Clayborne Carson

SCENE VII: Ecology
1. The Ecology of Freedom by Murray Bookchin

SCENE VIII: Culture
1. American Civilization by CLR James
2. Herman Melville by Loren Goldner
3. The Black Arts Movement by James Edward Smethhurst
4. Karl Marx and World Literature by S.S. Prawer
5. The Online World is Also on Fire: How the Sixties Marginalized Literature in American Culture by Loren Goldner

SCENE IX: On Organization
1. Facing Reality by CLR James
2. We Shall be All A History of the IWW by Melvyn Dubofsky
3. Spontaneity, Mediation, Rupture by End Notes
4. Militancy The Highest Stage of Alienation
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. Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy by RAND Corporation

SCENE X: History of Singularities
1. Single Jack Solidarity by Stan Weir
2. Black Boy by Richard Wright
3. Rosa Luxemburg by Peter Nettl

SCENE XI: Pedagogy-Collaboration-Learning
1. http://creativitynotcontrol.wordpress.com/2014/04/03/freestyle-learning-in-the-rhizomatic-cypher/

SCENE XII: LGBTIQ
1. Terrorist Assemblages: Homonationalism in Queer Times by Jasbir Puar
2. The Transfeminist Manifesto by Emi Koyama

SCENE XIII: Contemporary Moment
1. Punishing the Poor by Loic Wacquant
2. Why It’s Still Kicking Off Everywhere by Paul Mason