Chuck W. Morse
Chuck W. Morse (born 1969) is an American anarchist, academic, translator, editor, and writer. He founded the Institute for Anarchist Studies and The New Formulation: An Anti-Authoritarian Review of Books. Morse was the editor of Perspectives on Anarchist Theory and taught at the Institute for Social Ecology.
In 2006, Morse completed a translation of the classic biography of the revolutionary Buenaventura Durruti by Abel Paz, titled Durruti in the Spanish Revolution, published by AK Press. In 2007, he published "Being a Bookchinite", a controversial account of the years he spent working with American anarchist, Murray Bookchin. In 2010, he completed a translation of Juan Suriano's Paradoxes of Utopia: Anarchist Culture and Politics in Buenos Aires, 1890–1910, also published by AK Press. He has published widely in leftwing journals and blogs.
- "Being a Bookchinite". The Negations Blog. 2007
- "Latin American Anarchism". The New Formulation. Volume Two, Number One. 2003
- "Resistencia Libertia: Anarchist Opposition to the Last Argentine Dictatorship. The New Formulation. Volume Two, Number One. 2003.
- "Theory of the Anti-Globalization Movement". The New Formulation. Volume One, Number Two. 2004.
- "Magonismo: An Overview". The New Formulation. Volume Two, Number Two. 2004.
- Durruti in the Spanish Revolution. AK Press. ISBN 1-904859-50-X
- Paradoxes of Utopia: Anarchist Culture and Politics in Buenos Aires 1890–1910. AK Press. ISBN 9781849350068
- Institute for Anarchist Studies
- Institute for Social Ecology
- The New Formulation
- Perspectives on Anarchist Theory
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