The Karl Hess Scholar in Social Theory

The Karl Hess Scholar in Social Theory is named in honor of the distinguished anarchist activist and strategist Karl Hess. Hess modeled the radicalism, human decency, commitment to civility, and bridge-building seriousness that the Center for a Stateless Society embraces.

Appointment to the Karl Hess Scholar signals a scholar’s capacity to contribute, in outstanding ways, to that interdisciplinary field of social theory – drawing on resources in economics, philosophy, sociology, history, and other fields – known as left-libertarian market anarchism.

Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory