Gordon, Neve | Israel
During the first intifada Neve Gordon was the director of Physicians for Human Rights - Israel. He is the co-editor of Torture: Human Rights, Medical Ethics and the Case of Israel, the editor of From the Margins of Globalization: Critical Perspectives on Human Rights and the author of Israel's Occupation, which has a webiste with a lot of information.
Gordon, Linda | United States
Linda Gordon, Professor of History at New York University and Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, has specialized in examining the historical roots of contemporary social policy debates, particularly as they concern gender and family issues.Â Her first book, Woman's Body, Woman's Right: The History of Birth Control in America, published 1976 and still th...
Graeber, David | England
David Graeber is an anarchist and anthropologist. Graeber is an associate professor of anthropology at Yale University, although Yale has controversially declined to rehire him, and his term there will end in June 2007. He is the author of “Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology” and “Towards an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own Dreams”. He h...
Griffin, Taylor | United States
Born in Honolulu, HI, raised in Winston-Salem, NC, studied mathematics at Wake Forest University. Currently, in Tokyo, Japan, teaching English.
Gross, Daniel | United States
Daniel Gross is an organizer, advocate, and attorney for low-wage retail and food workers. As a barista, Mr. Gross helped launched the first union campaign at Starbucks which has since expanded across the country and garnered support from around the world. He is the founding director of Brandworkers, a non-profit organization that empowers retail and food employees with social change tools. Mr....
Grossman, Jonathan | South Africa
Active in workplace and community struggles. Employed as a university lecturer.
Grossman, Zoltan | United States
I've been a professor in Geography and Native American & World Indigenous Peoples Studies at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, since 2005. I'm a long-time antiwar, social justice and environmental organizer (and Z writer), from Wisconsin.
Grubacic, Andrej | Serbia
Andrej Grubacic is a radical historian- or, more accurately, an anarchist historian- from the Balkans. Among his works are few books in Balkan languages, chapters and numerous articles related to the history and utopian present of the Balkans. His writings on anarchism, its past and future, are many, and could be found on ZNet. He used to be based in Belgrade, post-Yugoslavia, but after m...
Gubbins, Karie A.
My background was for many years academic, but teacher burnout, I guess, was inevitable and I became a free lance Journalist specializing in health related issues. I specifically am interested in third world health problems, end of life issues, "futile care" the wisdom of the business model for health care, the potential abuse of physician assisted suicide, cross cultural stumbling blocks in th...
Guilloud, Stephanie | United States
Gulli, Bruno | Italy
Hahnel, Robin | United States
Robin Hahnel is Professor of Economics at American University. His most recent book is Economic Justice and Democracy. He is co-author with Michael Albert of The Political Economy of Participatory Economics. He has been active in many social movements and organizations over the past forty years, most recently with the Southern Maryland Greens and Green Party USA.
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