Bond, Patrick | South Africa
Patrick is a political economist based at the University of KwaZulu-Natal School of Development Studies in Durban, where he directs the Centre for Civil Society (http://www.ukzn.ac.za/ccs). He was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, raised in Alabama, and educated in economics at Swarthmore College, finance at the University of Pennsylvania, and geography at Johns Hopkins University. He is activ...
Christian Bongard, Swiss born, but living in Barcelona since 1975, where he earns a living as a language teacher. In Vladivostok/Russia, however, he is considered a political thinker. After 1993 he published there some articles and the book "Handbook for a Democratic Society".
Botwinick, Howard | United States
Bowman, Betsy | Mexico
In the fall of 2003, I moved to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, to found the Center for Global Justice. Two colleagues from the Radical Philosophy Association, Bob Stone and Cliff Durand, accompanied me. Our motive was and is to study the affects of neoliberal globalization on Mexico, a NAFTA partner, and on the third world. See www.globaljusticecenter.org My trajectory to the study of economic ...
A scholar in the areas of international law and human rights, Professor Boyle received a J.D. degree magna cum laude and A.M. and Ph.D. degrees in political science from Harvard University. Prior to joining the faculty at the College of Law, he was a teaching fellow at Harvard and an associate at its Center for International Affairs. He also practiced tax and international tax with Bingham, Dan...
Boyle, Peter | Australia
Radical political activist in Australia since early 1970s. Currently national secretary of the Democratic Socialist Perspective, a group which initiated the publication Green Left Weekly and the left regroupment project, Socialist Alliance.
Brainanta, Data | Indonesia
Brecher, Jeremy | United States
Jeremy Brecher, writer and historian, 63, was born and lives in the United States. He has been active in peace, labor, environmental, and other social movements for more than half a century. He is currently writing about labor and the environment, US war crimes in Iraq and beyond, and responses to the global economic crisis. The Reimaging Society Project can be a means to help break the hegemon...
Brenner, Robert | United States
Breslau, Daniel | United States
Jean Bricmont is a Belgian theoretical physicist, philosopher of science and a professor at the Université catholique de Louvain. He works on renormalization group and nonlinear differential equations. He is mostly known to the non-academic audience for co-authoring Fashionable Nonsense (also known as Int...
Bronski, Michael | United States
While most of my political and cultural work since 1969 has been centered on queer (nee gay) and feminist issues I entered the Gay Liberation Movement from a background of doing leftist, anti-war and community organizing. Thirty years ago this was a common experience for gay politics -- now it is an anomaly. Most of my work has been as a journalist and cultural critic and I have written on topi...
Brutis, Dennis | South Africa
DENNIS VINCENT BRUTUS - (b 28-11-1924) was born in what is now Harare, Zimbabwe to South African parents. He was educated in South Africa and attended the university of Fort Hare where he obtained a B.A. with Distinction, and the university of Witwatersrand. He taught English and Afrikaans in schools for 14 years. As an activist against apartheid he was outspoken, especially in the...
Buendía, Luis | Spain
Bunge, Mario | Canada
Born in 1919 in Buenos Aires. Canadian citizen since 1975. Married, 4 children. PhD in physics, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, 1952. Professor of Theoretical Physics, Universities of Buenos Aires and La Plata, 1956-59; of philosophy, Univ. of Buenos Aires, 1957-62. Visiting prof. of philosophy, University of Pennsylvania, 1960-61 and University of Texas (1963); of physics and philosophy, Tem...
Burchett, George | Australia
George Burchett (born in Hanoi, Vietnam in 1955) is a Sydney-based artist. He co-edited "Memoirs of a Rebel Journalist, The Autobiography of Wilfred Burchett" (University of NSW Press, 2005) and "Rebel Journalism: The Writings of Wilfred Burchett" (Cambridge University Press, 2007). He is currently working on an exhibition about the 1965 coup in Indonesia that resulted in th...
Scott Burchill is Lecturer in International Relations in the School of Australian and International Studies. His research interests include the theory of International Relations, international political economy and Australian foreign policy. He is a regular commentator on international affairs for ABC Radio and Television.
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