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Pan, Peter | Bulgaria
My name is Peter and I'm from Sofia, Bulgaria. Currently I'm in the middle of my master in Economics. I'm part of the Indymedia Bulgaria editorial collective since its begining in 2004/2005. In August 2005 I was part of the organizing group of the first "No Border" Camp between Bulgaria, Greece and Macedonia which took place in in the village of Kljuch and in Xanthi between 22nd and...
Leas, James Marc | United States
C, Deniz | Canada
Vester, Brian | United States
Cromwell, David | United Kingdom
David Cromwell is a fulltime writer and co-editor, with David Edwards of Media Lens (http://www.medialens.org). He is also co-founder, with Mark Levene, of the Crisis Forum (http://www.crisis-forum.org.uk). Originally from Glasgow, where he obtained a PhD in solar physics, he left in 1988 to take up a research position in Boulder, Colorado. He then worked for Shell in the Netherlands...
Sweetman, Joseph | England
I am currently a lecturer in the School of Psychology, Cardiff University, UK (http://psych.cf.ac.uk/sweetman). In my research I examine how a person’s/group’s position (status or power) in a social hierarchy influences the way they think about political and moral issues. In addition, I investigate the way political attitudes and emotions influences political ...
Williams, Leonard | United States
Teaches political science at Manchester College in North Manchester, Indiana. Writes primarily on topics related to political ideologies--most recently focused on anarchist theory. C.V. found at http://users.manchester.edu/facstaff/lawilliams/professional_data.htm.
Mcmillan, Stephanie | United States
Cartoonist and illustrator Stephanie McMillan draws the comic strip "Minimum Security" (see minimumsecurity.net) for United Media's comics.com, where it appears five times per week, and for various print publications. A collection of her cartoons, "Attitude Presents Minimum Security" was published in 2005 by NBM Publishing. She co-created, with writer Derrick Jensen, a graph...
Rhoads, Russell | United States
I teach anthropology at Grand Valley State University. I went to college at Humboldt State, the University of Oregon and the University of Kentucky. I was a commerical fisherman in the Pacific Northwest for 5 years. I grew up in San Jose, California. I'm interested in sustainable, local food systems, migration, and Latin America. I've followed Z Magazine for over 20 years; my name appears in th...
Jones, David | United States
Hoffman, Erik | United States
Although I grew up in a intellectual household -- I'm the son of Hallock Hoffman and Elinor Gene Knudsen Hoffman -- and I've done some peace work: I worked for a few years with Eric Schwartz in Santa Barbara for The Other Americas Radio, I've finally settled into be a teacher of music and American folk dance. I'll write more at some time, but for now suffice it to say, I'm glad there's Z-...
Neill, John | United States
Fradelis, Deborah | United States
Ganapathiraju, Aditya | United States
Riegel, Magdalena | United States
Magdalena is a recent graduate of Moravian College, receiving her B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science with a concentration in modern American history. She is a registered member of the Socialist Workers Party of the USA, as well as a feminist, existentialist, and radical. Her main areas of studies include the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict, 20th century American foreign policy, labor and wo...
Kearns, Oliver | Scotland
Isaacs, Joel | United States
Living in Berkeley in the 70s I was part of a Situationist inspired radical group who wanted to put subjectivity and community back into the revolution. Skip forward. I read Zmag for 20 years. Six years ago I was reading Chomsky's Understanding Power. One morning I woke up frightened. I thought: "All those wild ideas I have about what's really going on in the world - they're all true!"...
Stone, Peter | Ireland
Peter Stone is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. His research includes theories of justice, democratic theory, rational choice theory, and the philosophy of social science. He is currently writing a book about random selection in politics. His academic website is at