Books's ZSpace Friends
Mulero, Ronald | United States
Villalobos, Rocio | United States
Mason, Mark | United States
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 ...
Jackson, Jason | 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-...
Thron, Mark | United States
Earp, Charley | United States
Utopian Longings Charley's Brief Autobiography For some reason, I always go back to the year of my birth, as if that explains something about my adult self. Nineteen sixty-three was the year that Martin Luther King, Jr. preached his famous "I Have a Dream" speech at the March on Washington. Although just an infant, I imbibed something of that utopian spirit tha...
Blume, Lavender | Canada
Writer, social critic and mischievous Buddhist. Music, culture and Bikram yoga enthusiast.
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...
Johnston, Jack | United Kingdom
Lempa, Chris | United States
Chris Lempa is a vegan, anti-authoritarian, youth program coordinator living in the Kaw Valley (United States).
Miner, Calvin | United States
I love coffee made by my press pot, beer and tea. I enjoy mountain biking, kayaking and longboarding. My favorite authors include Chomsky and Karl Pilkington. I listen to a huge amount of podcasts, including many from slate.com, Democracy Now, revision3.com and the Real News. I also bittorrent loads of music, movies, and other stuff.
Tokar, Brian | United States
Brian Tokar has been an activist, author and a critical voice for ecological activism since the 1980s. He is currently the Director of the Institute for Social Ecology and a lecturer in Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont. Brian's books include The Green Alternative (1987, revised 1992), Earth for Sale (1997), and Toward Climate Justice: Perspectives on...
Borda, Joey | United States
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!"...
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.
Johnson, Theodore | United States
I am currently living in Duluth, MN, USA, my home for the past 8 years on and off. My partner and love Angela and I just welcomed our first child, Berlin, to the world. I attended and graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2006 with a B.A. in history with an emphasis on the classical civilizations of the Mediterranean 'world' and German Studies. After gaining my degree I mov...
Goodman, Dan | France
I'm a researcher in theoretical neuroscience with political interests in anarchism, civil liberties, capitalism, Islamophobia and irrational responses to terrorism. If you want to find out more, you can also see my other web pages: My blog My academic page My personal page
Reizman, Mike | United States
I'm not a great believer in human progress, but I get angry at injustice. So, I do at lot of research and write occasional articles. Though I know that information is not everything, I do my little bit in talking to others against the wars and militarism. And for many years, I've given money to magazines, websites, and organizations, such as Z, The Nation, Common Dreams, AntiWar.com, ...