We are excited to announce the first in a series of live discussions that we are calling Organized Anarchism: A Global Perspective.
Anarchist movements across the globe have a robust history of theory and practice around political and social organization dating back to their origins in the 19th century.
In the past decade alone, more than a dozen anarchist political organizations have emerged around the world. From Argentina to Australia, these formations have been inspired by the tradition of organizational dualism, also known as “organized anarchism.” But what is organized anarchism and what is the theory that animates it? What does organized anarchism look like in practice, both past and present?
This series will explore these questions and more by engaging with members of contemporary anarchist organizations around the world.
We are kicking the series off with a framing discussion led by Felipe Corrêa, an anarchist militant and scholar at the Institute for Anarchist Theory and History (IATH). Corrêa has published numerous articles and books on anarchist history, theory, and practice, including: Bakunin’s Theory of the State (2014), and the forthcoming Freedom or Death: The Theory and Practice of Bakunin (2024).
Register now to join us on Sunday, February 25th at 12 PM Pacific / 2 Central / 3 Eastern.
The event will include 45 minutes of discussion, followed by 20 minutes of Q&A from the audience.
If you are interested in reading Corrêa’s work in English, we recommend Organizational Issues Within Anarchism and Create a Strong People: Discussions on Popular Power.