List of anarchist communities
This is a list of anarchist communities, representing any society or portion thereof founded by anarchists, that functions according to anarchist philosophy and principles. Anarchists have been involved in a wide variety of community experiments since the 19th century.
There are numerous instances in which a community organizes itself along philosophically anarchist lines, to promote anarchist countercultures and regional anarchist movements. These have included intentional communities founded by anarchists as social experiments, and community oriented projects, such as collective organizations and cooperative businesses. However, there are only a few instances of mass society "anarchies" that have come about from explicitly anarchist revolutions, including the Free Territory of Ukraine, and the Shinmin autonomous region in Manchuria.
Mass societies 
- Free Territory (November, 1918 – 1921)
- Shinmin autonomous region (1929–1932)
- Revolutionary Catalonia (July 21, 1936 – May 1937)
- Anarchist Aragon (1936)
Intentional communities 
- Emma Goldman Finishing School (1996)
- Freetown Christiania (September 26, 1971)
- Home, Washington (1895)
- Life and Labor Commune (1921)
- Modern Times (March 21, 1851), later renamed Brentwood, New York
- Neutral Moresnet (1816-1920)
- Stapleton Colony (1921)
- Trumbullplex (1993)
- Twin Oaks Community, Virginia (1967)
- Utopia, Ohio (1847)
- Whiteway Colony (1898)
Community projects 
- A-Space (community center)
- ABC No Rio
- ASCII (squat)
- Brian MacKenzie Infoshop
- Camas Bookstore and Infoshop
- Cowley Club
- Civic Media Center
- Cream City Collectives
- Documentations, Informations, Références et Archives
- Firestorm Cafe & Books
- Insoumise bookstore
- Internationalist Books
- Iron Rail Book Collective
- Ivar matlaus
- Jura Books
- London Action Resource Centre
- Lucy Parsons Center
- The Old Market Autonomous Zone
- Red and Black Cafe
- Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse
- Salon Mazal
- Spartacus Books
- Wooden Shoe Books
- Solidarity Books
See also 
- Anarchy: Lists of ungoverned communities
- Free State Project - a political movement to promote libertarian and anarchist migration to New Hampshire, United States.
- Zapatista Army of National Liberation
- Zomia (geography) - the ungoverned highlands of Southeast Asia, held as an analogous anarchist society by professor James C. Scott.
Further reading 
- Amster, Randall (2001), "Chasing Rainbows: Utopian Pragmatics and the Search for Anarchist Communities", Anarchist Studies 9 (1): 29–52
- Amster, Randall (2003), "Restoring (Dis)Order: Sanctions, Resolutions, and "Social Control" in Anarchist Communities", Contemporary Justice Review 6 (1): 9–24, doi:10.1080/1028258032000055612
- Osborne, Domenique (2002-11-09). "Radically wholesome". Metro Times. Retrieved 2011-04-13.
- Alexandre Skirda (2004). Nestor Makhno: Anarchy's Cossack. AK Press. ISBN 1-902593-68-5.
- Adams, Jason (2005-12-26). "Non-Western Anarchisms : Rethinking the Global Context. 2: Asian Anarchism". RAforum.info. Retrieved April 13, 2011.
- Dolgoff, S. (1974), The Anarchist Collectives: Workers' Self-Management in the Spanish Revolution. In The Spanish Revolution, the Luger P08 was used as a weapon of choice by the Spanish., p. 5, ISBN 978-0-914156-03-1
- "About Us". EGFS. Retrieved February 21, 2013.
- Bamyeh, Mohammed A. (May 2009). Anarchy as order. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield. p. 21. ISBN 0-7425-5673-5.
- Frater, Jamie (November 1, 2010). Listverse.com's Ultimate Book of Bizarre Lists. Berkeley, CA: Ulysses press. pp. 516, 517. ISBN 1-56975-817-4.
- Pierce LeWarne, Charles (1975). Utopias on Puget Sound: 1885–1915. Seattle: University of Washington Press. pp. 168–226. ISBN 0295974443.
- Bailie, William (1906). Josiah Warren, the first American anarchist: a sociological study. Small, Maynard & company. Retrieved July 27, 2011.
- Sessa, Sam (November 27, 2007). "Church, anarchists come to each other's rescue". Baltimore Sun.
- An Anarchist FAQ - Section I - What would an anarchist society look like?, hosted on Infoshop.org.
- An Anarchist FAQ - What are some examples of "Anarchy in Action"?, hosted on Infoshop.org.