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Gabrenya, Matt | United States
I'm currently in school at Brandeis in MA, and am involved with Students for a Just and Stable Future, and the campus Commitee on Endowment Ethics and Responsibility.
Gottlieb, Michael | United States
Gambetti, Zeynep | Turkey
“Did somebody say liberal totalitarianism? Yes, and despite the 5½ (mis)uses of the notion” (co-authored with Refik Güremen), Rethinking Marxism, Vol. 17 (5), 2005, p. 638-645.
Gapasin, Fernando | United States
I am Fernando E. Gapasin, a Chicano/Pilipino/American, working class, male, age 62, who was born and resides in the U.S.A. I am also a Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO) President, Labor Educator and author. I come from a family of farm workers who were founders of agricultural unions before the UFW and were themselves founders of the UFW. In 1963, I was involved in my first union strike and I ha...
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
Guimond, Andre | Canada
Proud ZMI 2010 grad and member of the Vancouver Media Co-op.
Granovsky-larsen, Rebecca | Canada
LIKES: plotting! leftists, polar bears (love ‘em or lose ‘em), the intersection of solid ecological analysis and political activism, people (they fascinate me), journalism (reading, writing, producing, critiquing), Evo Barksdale, reading (particularly while commuting), indigenous social movements, activist lawyers (Peter Rosenthal, Mike, my brother, etc.), absurdism, the fall of ove...
Green, Chris | United States
Ganapathiraju, Aditya | United States
Gully, Rose | Italy
I left the USA for Italy about ten years ago. I spent several winter months on the sea in Calabria not far from the mountain village where my paternal grandmother was born before moving to Florence where I stayed for just over a year. I finally made my way to Rome where I have remained for more than eight years.
Gautney, Heather | United States
Heather Gautney is an activists and an assistant professor of sociology at Fordham University. She is author of Between Protest and Political Organization (forthcoming, Palgrave). She is also co-editor of Democracy, States and the Struggle for Global Justice (Routledge, 2009) and Implicating Empire (Basic Books, 2003) and is a member of the editorial board of Social Text.
George, Justin | Australia
Hi, I live in Melbourne, Australia, and I think I first came across Znet courtesy of the linear notes of a Propagandhi album along time ago. Soon after that Michael Albert gave a talk at my university- University of Queensland- where I first encountered in any detail his proposals on Parecon, which opened my eyes to exciting and new possibilities for progressive change. I particularly related ...
Grinder, Matt | Canada
Matthew Grinder is a high school teacher for physics, math and junior science in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. I was a founding member of the Vancouver Participatory Economics Collective, and I like to advocate for participatory society when I can.
Guerra, Luis | Chile
George, Susan | France
Susan George is one of TNI's most renowned fellows for her long-term and ground-breaking analysis of global issues. Author of fourteen widely translated books, she describes her work in a cogent way that has come to define TNI: "The job of the responsible social scientist is first to uncover these forces [of wealth, power and control], to write about them clearly, without jargon... and...
Gillin, Joel | United States
Gmail, Rafael | Brazil
My Bio here another edit
Gordon, Neve | Israel
During the first intifada Neve Gordon was the director of Physicians for Human Rights - Israel. He is the co-editor of Torture: Human Rights, Medical Ethics and the Case of Israel, the editor of From the Margins of Globalization: Critical Perspectives on Human Rights and the author of Israel's Occupation, which has a webiste with a lot of information.
Garrigues, Chris | United States
Gulli, Bruno | Italy
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