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Joan Miro: "The Sun Eater"

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"THE AUTODIDACT PROJECT"
by Ralph Dumain

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(dated 10 August 2005)
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(Updates of index lags behind thematic site map you see here.)

RESEARCH TOPICS

BIBLIOGRAPHY IN PROGRESS
(includes the following research topics)
[Last updated 1 July2014]

  • Independent Scholarship
  • The Autodidact in Society & History
  • Radical & Labor Education: History of Alternative Institutions
  • Proletarian Philosophers
  • Philosophy & the Division of Labor
  • Sociological Perspectives on the History of Philosophy
  • African American / Black Intellectuals as Autodidacts
  • History of the Esperanto Workers Movement (to 1950)

PLUS:

SPECIALIZED MINI-BIBLIOGRAPHIES
(inaugurated 5/4/2000)

STUDY GUIDES
(inaugurated 8/26/2001)

SPECIAL SECTIONS

BLOGS
(inaugurated 2/27/2005)

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PEOPLE OF INTEREST:
  • Richard Wright
  • 1908-60, USA, autodidact, first bestselling black writer
  • Ralph Ellison
  • 1914-94, USA, black writer
  • Hubert Henry Harrison
  • 1883-1927, USA (born St. Croix), autodidact, black radical, orator
  • Arturo Schomburg
  • 1874-1938, Puerto Rico/USA, Afro-Latino bibliophile, historian, educator
  • C.L.R. James
  • 1901-89, Trinidad/UK/USA, writer, historian, critic, philosopher
  • Samuel R. Delany
  • 1942-, USA, science fiction writer
  • Anthony Braxton
  • 1945-, USA, jazz/avant-garde composer, musician (reeds)
  • Christopher Caudwell
  • 1907-37, UK, autodidact, writer, Marxist critic, philosopher
  • T.A. Jackson
  • 1879-1955, UK, autodidact, Marxist philosopher
  • Jack Lindsay
  • 1900-90, Australia/UK, Marxist, writer, scholar
  • E.P. Thompson
  • 1924-93, UK, Marxist historian, critic, activist
  • Raymond Williams
  • 1921-88,UK, Marxist literary & cultural critic
  • Antonio Gramsci
  • 1891-37, Italy, Marxist political & social theorist
  • Theodor W. Adorno
  • 1903-69, Germany/USA, philosopher, sociologist, critic, composer
  • G.W.F. Hegel
  • 1770-1831, German philosopher
  • Heinrich Heine
  • 1797-1856, German poet
  • Ludwig Feuerbach
  • 1804-72, German philosopher
  • Karl Marx
  • 1818-83, German social philosopher & revolutionary
  • Joseph Dietzgen
  • 1828-88, German worker, autodidact, philosopher
  • William Blake
  • 1757-1827, UK, poet & artist
  • L.L. Zamenhof
  • 1859-1917, Polish Jew, creator of Esperanto
  • Thomas Davidson
  • 1840-1900, Scotland/USA, philosopher & educator
  • E. Haldeman-Julius
  • 1889-1951, USA, publisher of literature for autodidacts
  • Mark Starr
  • 1894-1985, USA (born UK), labor educator, Esperantist
  • Bill French
  • 1943-1997, USA, bookseller
  • Walter Goldwater
  • -1985, USA, bookseller

    (This list is scheduled for expansion.
    Not all these people are autodidacts, though they are of interest to the project.)

    MY WRITINGS:
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    My Translations

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    PHILOSOPHICAL QUOTATIONS

    HEINRICH HEINE
    Poem on isolation & community: The Lonely Fir Tree

    IMAGES & SOUNDS

    MARX & ENGELS TAKE AN IQ TEST (Cartoon)

    Ground Zero: Crying for New York

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    Last updated: 18 October 2014
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