People for a PSI's Group Members
Mclennan, Ewan | England
Pappe, Ilan | Israel
Kovalik, Daniel | United States
Dan Kovalik graduated from Columbia Law School in 1993 and has been a labor lawyer for the USW ever since. He is also a lawyer for Colombian Plaintiffs in human rights cases against The Coca-Cola Company, Drummond and Occidental Petroleum.
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...
Kelly, Brian | United States
Brian is socialist organizer, writer, and activist from New York. Brian's writings can be found on his website - Diary of a Walking Butterfly (www.walkingbutterfly.org). Contact e-mail: butterflywalking (AT) gmail.com.
Dominick, Brian | United States
. Brian has taught a variety of courses at ZMI in the years since.
Benyik, Matyas | Hungary
Way, Charngchi | United States
Kashner, Frank | United States
Frank Kashner is psychotherapist in practice in Salem, MA, USA. He is a currently a Ph.D. candidate through the Taos Institute in Taos, NM, and Tilburg University in the Netherlands where he is examining the relationship of power between insurance companies, therapists, and clients. You can read more about his current research at www.notthetop.net and you can reac...
Kenny, John | United States
My dad is in the army and so I moved around a lot growing up. I went to most of high school in Leavenworth, KS, where my dad is from. I have a B.S. in civil engineering from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS (class of 2009). I lived in Ad Astra, a student housing cooperative apart of the University of Kansas Student Housing Assocation for a year. I t...
Herndon, Thomas | United States
I'm originally from Austin, TX, but moved to Olympia, WA to go to The Evergreen State College. There I studied quite a bit of political economy, foreign policy, critical race and gender studies, social movements and ethnography and organized a bit with different groups. I also attended ZMI 2007. After my stint at Evergreen, my finances were deeply in the red, and I had caught the I need t...
Garrigues, Chris | United States
Ariel, Tal | United States
Field, Buck | Chile
Wilson, Patrick | Ireland
I live in Belfast Ireland and I work in a community development centre. I have an interest in health issues and in particular the links between ill health and deprivation. I am interested in the analyses offered by the contributors to Z on a range of problems facing humanity .I feel politically and philosophically at home with most of the views expressed on Z.Patrick
Mathews, Daniel | United States
Garbutt, Colin | England
I live and work near St Ives, Cornwall in the remote south west of England. I am 60, still married with 4 grown up children. Far too much of my time is spent drinking coffee in St Ives and gazing at the sea.
Doe, Jon | United States
Rothschild, Matt | United States
Editor of The Progressive magazine. Author, You Have No Rights. Editor of the anthology, Democracy in Print: The Best of The Progressive magazine, 1909-2009.
Shank, Alan | United States
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