There has been some academic anarchists who have been interested in discovering examples of anti-authoritarian ideas and practices in countries across Latin America, Asia and Africa, often as an attempt to correct euro-centric histories of anarchism. Often what's found are individuals/examples with an anti-authoritarian philosophy per se, but which are not necessarily comparable to a class struggle anarchism that we're familiar with.
It seems like almost everywhere that tendencies that originated in Europe dominate much of political life. So like in Mexico, for example, the mainstream tendencies are liberalism and conservatism, and anarchism and marxism pretty much filled the need for working class radicalism since the 1860s. I've been curious to know if there were, perhaps, a shared political identity and set of terminology for reference of ideas similar to that of anarchism and anti-state marxism, but which emerged independently of the latter two and by a different name. One that may have existed for maybe 5, 10, or 20 years but may have been forgotten or overlooked.