Doug Henwood, editor and publisher of Left Business Observer, got his B.A. in English from Yale in 1975. At Yale, Henwood was briefly a conservative and a member of the Party of the Right, which maneuvered his election as Secretary of the Political Union, but he quickly came to his senses. From 1976-79, Henwood did graduate work in English at the University of Virginia, concentrating on British...
Hepburn, John | Australia
John is an activist who lives on the east coast of Australia. For the past five years he has worked with Greenpeace Australia Pacific, co-ordinating the genetic engineering campaign and more recently the Australian climate change campaign. He has been actively involved in the global justice movement for over a decade, co-founding several worker run co-ops, including the Reverse Garbage re-use c...
Herman, Edward | United States
Edward S. Herman is a Professor Emeritus of Finance at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He has written extensively on economics, political economy, foreign policy, and media analysis. Among his books are The Political Economy of Human Rights (2 vols, with Noam Chomsky, South End Press, 1979); Corporate Control, Corporate Power (Cambridge University Press, 1981);&nbs...
Herman, Edward S.
Hernandez, Raphael | Cuba
Rafael M. HernÃ¡ndez (Havana, 1948) is the editor of Temas, a Cuban quarterly in the field of social sciences and the humanities; he is also a published poet, essayist and playwright. His university training was in French Literature and History of Philosophy (University of Havana, 1973), MasterÂ´s in Political Science (El Colegio de Mexico, 1977) and Latin American Studies (PhD program, UNAM, ...
Jim Hightower has been described as that rarest of species: "A visionary with horse sense and a leader with a sense of humor." Today, Hightower is one of the most respected "outside Washington" leaders in the United States. Author, radio commentator and host, public speaker and political sparkplug, this Texan has spent more than two decades battling Washington and Wall Stree...
Ho, Fred | United States
Hoetmer, Raphael | Peru
I am a Dutch activist-researcher, who has been living in Latin-America over the last years. I have participated in different movement, most continuously the dutch student and refugee movement, the global justice movement, and the movement of communities affected by mining in Peru. Currently, I am working as coordinator of the research- and capacitation centre Programa Democracia y TransformaciÃ...
Amber Hollibaugh is an ex-hooker, incest survivor, biracial radical feminist, high-femme lesbian, working-class, white-trash organizer and AIDS activist--her range of perspective is enough to make you dizzy. Born in rural southern California to a Gypsy father and an Irish mother, Hollibaugh suffered through her father's advances, her mother's physical abuse and relentless poverty to emerg...
Holloway, John | Mexico
John Holloway (born 1947) is a lawyer, Marxist-oriented sociologist and philosopher, whose work is closely associated with the Zapatista movement in Mexico, his home since 1991. It has also been taken up by some intellectuals associated with the piqueteros in Argentina; Abahlali baseMjondolo movement in South Africa and the&n...
Hoodbhoy, Pervez | Pakistan
Pervez Hoodbhoy is professor of physics at Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad. He is the editor of Education And The State - Fifty Years of Pakistan, published by Oxford University Press in 1997.
Houtart, Francois | Belgium
François Houtart (Brussels, 1925) is a Belgian sociologist and Catholic priest. He studied philosophy and theology at the seminary of Mechelen (Belgium) and became a priest in 1949. He earned a masters degree in political and social sciences at the CatholicUniversity of Leuven&nb...
Hunter, Allen | United States
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