This 10-week course on Marxism and direct democracy, which ran earlier this winter, put Marxist political thought into conversation with social ecology, to wrestle with the challenging problem of the political form the class struggle should take.
Reflection on the life and work of left activist and thinker Stanley Aronowitz that considers the many points of resonance with Murray Bookchin.
The ISE is thrilled to announce the first-ever translation of Murray Bookchin’s work into Arabic: a translation of “The Communalist Project.”
Enroll today for the spring session of our online seminar Rethinking Social Transformation! Taught by ISE faculty Rob Ogman, this five-session seminar that explores the challenges and possibilities of linking …
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We had a superbly successful Social Ecology Summer Intensive June 8-13, 2018 at the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action in Poulsbo, Washington. Stay tuned this coming winter for announcements of our 2019 Intensives, tentatively planned for both Vermont and British Columbia!
Our friends from Demand Utopia in Portland have made some very cool “Murray Bookchin Has a Posse” pins! Proceeds will go towards funding the first translation of Murray Bookchin’s work into Arabic.
Left Green Perspectives was published regularly between 1986 and early 1999, with an additional issue in January 2000. It originated from the Social Ecology Project in Burlington, Vermont, and was co-edited by Murray Bookchin and Janet Biehl.
Some background, to help contextualize this piece for those who might be new to this discussion. This past January, I published a short essay “Social ecology needs development, dissent, dynamism” on …
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The article “Social ecology needs development, dissent, dynamism” published January 17, 2011 has, as of this writing, received 48 comments and, according to Google Analytics, 871 page views (609 unique …
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Murray Bookchin is discussed as part of a “Libertarian Tradition” podcast episode entitled “The Anarchism of Peter Kropotkin.” Interestingly, the “Libertarian Tradition” podcast is hosted by the Ludwig von …
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