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Recent Publications and Polemics


BPS Publications since Public Secrets (1997)

Lulu’s Public Secrets (1998)
We Don’t Want Full Employment, We Want Full Lives! (1998 French jobless revolt)
May 1968 Graffiti (1999)
Notes and Reviews (1999):
       Josef Weber and Contemporary Issues
       The World Turned Upside Down
       Todd Gitlin on the Sixties
       A Clueless Life of Kenneth Rexroth
       How Not To Translate Situationist Texts
Evading the Transformation of Reality: Engaged Buddhism at an Impasse (1999)
Loren Goldner’s Website (2000)
Talking about Rexroth (2001)

Introduction to Secretos a Voces (2001)
Introduction to Guy Debord’s Complete Cinematic Works (2003)
Georges Brassens and the French “Renaissance of Song” (2003)
       Ballad of the Ladies of Bygone Times (Villon translation)
Gateway to the Vast Realms (2004)
Reflections on the Uprising in France (2006)
       Documents from the Anti-CPE Uprising
       Graffiti from the Anti-CPE Uprising

Anti-Prison Resources (2007)
Ten Years on the Web (2008)
A Little College Scores a Big Victory (2010)
A Good Chance to Legalize Marijuana (2010)
Adventurer Seeks Adventuress: Three Years of Online Dating (2011)
The Awakening in America (2011)
Yesterday in Oakland (2011)
Welcome to the Oakland General Strike (2011)
The Situationists and the Occupation Movements: 1968/2011 (2011)
The Occupy Movement at Its Peak (2011)
Beyond Voting (2008/2010/2012)
Looking Back on Occupy (2012)

Praises and Polemics

Selected Opinions on the Bureau of Public Secrets:
        Ken Knabb, the Situationist International, and the American Counterculture (Jean-Pierre Depétris, 2008)
A Look at Some of the Reactions to Public Secrets (2000)
The Poverty of Primitivism (2001)
Rapid Responses (1999-present)




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