People for a PSI's Group Members
Elijah, Jill soffiyah | United States
J. Soffiyah Elijah serves as Deputy Director of the Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) at Harvard Law School (HLS). In her capacity as Deputy Director at CJI, she is both an administrator and a clinical instructor. As an administrator, Ms. Elijah is responsible for leading the fulfillment, development and expansion of the Institute’s work to address the urgent needs o...
Field, Tim | United States
Dubery, Clifford | Australia
Clifford is a 55 year old male living in Frankston, Victoria, Australia, who now is a Customer Service Officer working in West Melbourne . I am the same faith as Mitt Romney and the Politics closer to the new Australian Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd. I tend to be a sceptic (skeptic) about a lot of extraordinary claims and read widely when I can. I subscribe to The Nation Review a...
Wright, Todd | United States
Marcum, Teddy | United States
Vincent, John | United States
Raina, Badri | India
Born 26th feb.,1941 in Kashmir; Ph.D Madison, Wisconsin,1976; Fulbright Scholar and Fulbright Fellow (1972 and 1984); Scholarly publication: Dickens and the Dialectic of Growth, Univ., of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI, 1986; Scholarly Articles on Literary Theory, Culture/Language, History, Educational Ideology, Politics of Development and individual English writers; Raina's Ghalib, Writers' Work...
Delclos, Carlos | Spain
Annabel, Patrick | Mauritius
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...
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.
Nagel, Fred | United States
Fred Nagel is a filmmaker and political activist. He is a US Veteran who devotes his time to a radio show (http://www.classwars.org), peace organizing (http://www.dutchesspeace.org), Palestinian rights (http://www.mideastcrisis.org), a Nicaraguan sister city project (http://www.mhsistercity.org), and the Dutchess Green Party (http://www.dutchessgreens.org). A resident of Rhinebeck, NY, he also ...
Eisenstein, Hester | United States
Hester Eisenstein is a professor of sociology and Womenâ€™s Studies at Queens College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.Â Her books include Contemporary Feminist Thought (1983);Â Inside Agitators: Australian Femocrats and the State (1996); and Feminism Seduced: How Global Elites Use Womenâ€™s Labor and Ideas to Exploit...
Moase, Daniel | England
Moorey, Crip | Japan
Meney, Luke | United Kingdom
Shank, Alan | United States
Della santa, Vincent | Switzerland
Greeman, Richard | France
Fifty years of activism: civil rights, labor, antiwar, antinuke, you name it. Author of anti-capitalist satire: BEWARE OF VEGETARIAN SHARKS www.lulu.com/contents/923573
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