Mark Dyal is a cultural anthropologist whose institutional study of Roman Ultras and extreme political socialization has blossomed into a radical, independent, and derelict study of nomadic assemblages, Statelessness, and affirmative revolution. While still relating his work to contemporary Rome, Dr. Dyal examines how phenomena such as extreme politics, habitualized violence, and physiological transformation promote the creation of intentional communities and spaces of dereliction against the liberal State. He is currently conducting field-work in southern Appalachia that focuses on local particularity and zones of conceptual and ontological autonomy, shedding new light on the limits of State-sponsored violence and terror, liberal identity politics, and Capitalist wage enslavement.
He publishes essays at Rightist and anarchist websites; papers in academic journals; and books with Arktos Media. His first book, Hated and Proud: Ultras Contra Modernity was published in 2018.
He is a founding member of ROMVLAE GENTI, a Rome-based radical collective devoted to Deleuzian empiricism and Nietzschean transvaluation of modern values and evaluation. In America, RG is a militant collective that combines military expertise with academic training to create derelict spaces. Dr. Dyal is the creator of Nietzsche Youth/Derelict Agōgē, a pedagogical and philosophical system for raising children to be the creators of a post-liberal West.