Jim Mac Laughlin
Jim Mac Laughlin is a political geographer and social scientist. He has published widely on state formation, regional identities,-nation building, social exclusion, racism, emigration and the politics of the social and environmental sciences. Among his several books are Reimagining the Nation-State: The Contested Terrains of Nation Building (Pluto, 2001).
Books by Jim Mac Laughlin
Kropotkin and the Anarchist Intellectual Tradition rescues Peter Kropotkin’s philosophy of anarchism from the neglect that it has suffered in mainstream histories of the social and environmental sciences. Stressing Kropotkin’s intellectual strengths and philosophical integrity of anarchism, Jim Mac Laughlin counteracts the persistent misrepresentation of anarchism as a utopian creed or a recipe for social chaos and political disorder. Moving beyond most previous accounts of… (more information)