• An Anarchist in the Academy, a Sociologist in the Movement: The Life, Activism, and Ideas of Howard J. Ehrlich

    Author(s):
    Jeff Shantz, Dana Williams (see profile)
    Date:
    2016
    Subject(s):
    Applied sociology, Public sociology, Social inequality, Sociology of organizations, Sociology of gender, Inequality, Research
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    History of sociology, Anarchist Theory
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/ckx5-9n45
    Abstract:
    Howard J. Ehrlich (1932–2015) was, unabashedly, an anarchist and a sociologist. His life, work, and legacy not only exemplify anarchist sociology but may also qualify him as the very first self-conscious anarchist sociologist in the United States. Ehrlich’s life and work was important due to the considerable impact he had upon anarchism and sociology. He stood astride both academic and activist worlds, operating in each during various points of his life, usually with incredible overlap and blurring of roles and skills. He was an anarchist who conducted social science research and wrote sociology. He was also a sociologist who participated in and contributed greatly to contemporary anarchist movements.
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    Published
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