Written by Brian Morris as a chapter in his Pioneers of Ecological Humanism: Mumford, Dubos and Bookchin (Black Rose Books, 2017). If we are to survive an ecological catastrophe, Bookchin fervently writes, ‘We must decentralize, restore bioregional forms of production and food cultivation, diversify our technologies, scale them to human dimensions, and establish face-to-face forms […]Read More Toward an Ecological Society
Written by Brian Morris Introduction Although Murray Bookchin has been described as one of the most provocative, exciting, and original political thinkers of the twentieth century, it is worth noting that he is singularly ignored by many academic scholars writing on green philosophy or the history of the ecology movement (e.g. Scruton 2012; Radkau 2014), […]Read More The Legacy of Murray Bookchin
Article by Brian Morris, written in 2009 and included in “Anthropology, Ecology, and Anarchism: A Brian Morris Reader” (2015, PM Press). Brian Morris is one of of the keynote speakers at our upcoming conference in Thessaloniki. In this article from 2009 he gives his own perspective on the political legacy of Murray Bookchin and its stance […]Read More The Political Legacy of Murray Bookchin
Written by Sandy Dacombe in February 2001, originally published on the blog On Africa We are proud to have Brian Morris as one our six keynote speakers at the Conference in Thessaloniki in September. We here publish a portrait of him written in 2001. After talking to Professor Brian Morris, I find […]Read More Antrop-apologist
We are proud to present the keynote speakers of our Conference in Thessaloniki 1-3 of September! Read the full program of the conference here! Brian Morris, London Keynote speech title: “The legacy of Murray Bookchin” Brian Morris is emeritus professor of anthropology at Goldsmiths College at the University of London. He is a […]Read More Keynote speakers announced!