anarchism

La Antaŭvenantoj de Anarkiismo de E. Armand

Mallonga broŝuro de Emile Armand pri la antaŭuloj de Anarkiismo

Kill Your Heroes: A Filipino Anarchist Discussion about National Heroes

On December 30, the day set aside to commemorate Dr. José Rizal, scientist, author, and icon of the Philippine Republic, it is only right to emulate his example by analyzing and critiquing our society. Our contributor Malaginoo focuses on a concept that informs how we regard Rizal and his contemporaries during the ascendance of “Filipino nationalism”: Heroes. Specifically, national heroes.

Love & Rage newspaper

An archive of Love & Rage, a newspaper during the 1990s by what became the federation of the same name.

That which will become the earth: anarcho-indigenous speculative geographies.

Guarani Alf Slimer Outer Space

This essay utilizes an anarcho-indigenous/mestize lens to explore how the Guaraní concept of teko'a (tekoha) (settlement/village/community) can lead to different formations of the ways in which we relate to each other and to the earth. It is both a philosophical inquiry that aims to challenge the nation-state and capitalism, and also a practice of speculative geographies that imagines possible futures along with the creation of "a new world in the shell of the old" inspired by Indigenous epistemologies.

Ada-Kaleh: the Balkan Island Where People Once Lived with no State or Masters

Petar Georgiev Mandzhukov (1878–1966) was a Macedonian Bulgarian revolutionary and anarchist, member of the Internal Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Organization and of the Supreme Macedonian-Adrianople Committee. The following is an excerpt from Mandzhukov’s memoir ‘Harbingers of Storm’ (Sofia: FAB, 2013):

Anarkismo

A Tagalog translation of Cindy Milstein's pamphlet Anarchism.

Ang Programang Anarkista

A Tagalog translation of Errico Malatesta's 1920 pamphlet “An Anarchist Programme”

Thoughts on Francesco Ghezzi

Francesco Ghezzi was an anarchist militant from Milan who was also active in France, Switzerland, Germany and Russia (and was imprisoned in the last three countries).

Anarchism and Me - Stig Dagerman

Essay by Swedish philosopher Stig Dagerman on his view on anarchism and society after World War II.

Yelensky’s Fable: A History of the Anarchist Black Cross

An article on the history of the international Anarchist Black Cross movement. Made available online and formatted as a PDF by the Anarchist History Nerd Brigade.