This course will be organized around the two defining moments in anarchist history: the first anarchist moment (1860/70-1917), and the second anarchist moment (1989 to present). Students will learn about the most prescient debates in the so classical anarchism, product of mass migration of the long 19th century, as well as about the more recent developments in anarchist practice. The course will address the long history of anarchist, and anarchist-influenced, ideas, practices, organizations, translations, and networks, from French anarcho-syndicalism and anarchist education in the United States, to contemporary global assembly movements and Rojava communalism in Western Kurdistan.