Inayatullah, Sohail | Pakistan
Professor Sohail Inayatullah, a political scientist from Pakistan, has been a pioneer in the area of futures studies for over 30 years. He is the author/editor of 20 books and CDROMs and over 400 articles. See his website: www.metafuture.org. He teaches at is at Tamkang University, Taipei (Graduate Institute of Futures Studies), Visiting Academic at Queensland University of Technology; Adju...
Doug Ireland is a veteran radical journalist who has been a columnist for the Village Voice, the Paris daily Liberation, the New York Observer, New York magazine, and a number of other publications. He is currently the U.S. correspondent and columnist for the iconoclastic French political-investigative weekly Bakchich, the contributing editor for International Affairs of Gay City News (New York...
Dahr Jamail is the Baghdad correspondent for The NewStandard. Jamail, a political activist from Anchorage, Alaska, first traveled to Iraq in November 2003 to write about the effects of the US occupation on the Iraqi people. After nine weeks covering Iraq under occupation, he returned to the US and addressed audiences in Alaska and the Northeast about his experience. He has recently returned to...
Jamal, Mumia Abu
Mumia Abu-Jamal is an acclaimed American journalist and author who has been writing from Death Row for more than twenty-five years. Mumia was sentenced to death after a trial that was so flagrantly racist that Amnesty International dedicated an entire report to describing how the trial "failed to meet minimum international standards safeguarding the fai...
Jensen, Robert | United States
Robert Jensen is an associate professor in the School of Journalism and director of the Senior Fellows Honors Program of the College of Communication at the University of Texas at Austin. Jensen is the producer of the film "Abe Osheroff: One foot in the grave, the other still dancing" and publisher of a pamphlet with an extensive interview with the longtime radical activist....
Chalmers Ashby Johnson is an American author and professor emeritus of the University of California, San Diego. He served in the Korean war, was a consultant for theCIA from 1967–1973, and led the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of California, Berkeley for years. He is also president and co-founder of the Japan Policy Research...
Johnstone, Diana | United States
Diana Johnstone is a Minnesota-born independent journalist and scholar who has lived in Paris for over thirty years. She has an B.A. in Russian Area Studies and a PhD in French literature. Her active opposition to US military aggression began during the war in Vietnam. She served as press officer of the Green Group in the European Parliament between 1990 and 1996. She is the author of The Polit...
Jordan, John | England
John Jordan's work merges the imagination of art and the radical engagement of activism. Co-director of social art group Platform (1987-1995) he then went on to work in the direct-action collective "Reclaim the Streets" (1995-2000). In 2003 he co-edited the book "We Are Everywhere: the irresistible rise of global anti-capitalism" (Verso - and translated in 6 languages). Seni...
Julian, Ria | Trinidad
Ria Julien is a writer and editor based in New York. In her native Canada she was a member of several ParEcon collectives.
Kagarlitsky, Boris | Russia
Kanaan, Ramsey | United States
Founder of anarchist publisher and distributor AK Press (in UK and US) and the trailblazing radical publisher PM Press (pmpress.org). Co-founder of the San Francisco Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair, among other ventures.
Kane, John | United States
I've been interested in politics, power, and policy since high school. In college I became more interested in critical and radical theory. I then did my masters in International Relations at NYU, and became much more interested in economics and economic theory. I now teach Political Science at St. Joseph's College in NY and am pursuing a Ph.D. in Political Science. I als...
Kawano, Emily | United States
received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Massachusetts. She has taught economics at Smith College and worked for the American Friends Service Committee as the national representative for economic justice. She spent over six years in Belfast N. Ireland where she co-founded a sister organization to CPE, the Institute for Popular Economics. In the fall of 2004 she returned to the U...
Kelly, Christine | United States
Christine Kelly earned her Ph.D. in Political Theory from Rutgers University in 1996, with minors in American Politics and Women in Politics. Her research and teaching cover a unique intersection of Â political and social theory in the context of U.S. institutions, politics and culture. Her courses here at William Paterson includeÂ various courses in Political Theory, Poli...
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