David Graeber, Utopia Pirata di Libertalia, 2021

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The pirate republic of Libertalia may never have existed, but the communities that the pirates founded between the end of the seventeenth and the beginning of the eighteenth century in Madagascar were from many points of view conscious experiments of radical democracy. Or rather, proto-Enlightenment political experiments that saw the active participation of the Malagasy populations, including women. A story of magic, naval raids, kidnapped princesses, fictional realms and fake ambassadors that underlies the modern conception of freedom.

David Graeber, Utopia Pirata di Libertalia

Eleuthera Editrice, 2021

Translation by Elena Cantoni

19 x 12,5 cm

216 pages

Softcover

Italian

Éditions Libertalia, 2019

ISBN 8833021025