About Uri Gordon


About me

I’m an Israeli activist and academic, now living in the UK. I received my PhD from Oxford university, where I studied and worked with local initiatives as well as larger networks like PGA and Dissent!.

I am teaching at Loughborough University this year and looking for a permanent job.

Other publications

Olive Green: Environment, militarism and the IDF. In Israel’s Environmental History, eds. C. Miller, A. Tal and D. Orenstein. Univ. of Pittsburgh Press., 2011

Against the Wall: Anarchist mobilisation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Peace and Change 35.3, 2010Anarchism and the Politics of Technology. WorkingUSA 12.3, 2009

“Utopia in Contemporary Anarchism”. In Anarchism and Utopianism, eds. Lawrence Davis and Ruth Kinna. Manchester University Press, 2008

“Anarchism Reloaded”, Journal of Political Ideologies 12.1, 2007

“Israeli Anarchism: Statist dilemmas in a joint struggle”, Anarchist Studies 15.1, 2007

“Practising Anarchist Theory: Towards a participatory political philosophy”. In Constituent Imagination, eds. Stevphen Shukaitis and David Graeber, AK Press, 2006.

Αναρχία: What did the Greeks actually say?”, Anarchist Studies 14.1, 2006