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Thron, Mark | United States
Castilho, Edson | Canada
M, Rob | United States
Since 2000, I have been involved in left activist movements of various types. In 2001, I attended ZMI and had a wonderful experience. The majority of my focus has been on human rights work and opposition to U.S. imperialism in its various guises. I agree with the view put forth in the book Liberating Theory, that oppressions in various arenas, be they the economic system, the state, patriarchy,...
Oyler, Nathan | United States
Father, Linux Administrator, Random Human Being.
Johnston, Jack | United Kingdom
Trudeau, Michael | United States
Nadder Lago, Karen | United States
I became politically active while in college during the late 60s and early 70s, serving as editor of the campus paper for three of my four undergrad years. I earned a Masters in Journalism in ’73 and have been combining politics and writing ever since, actively involved as a grassroots organizer, journalist, and environmentalist for more than 3 decades. In the late 70s, I...
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...
Benyik, Matyas | Hungary
Ganapathiraju, Aditya | United States
Carmo, Andre | Portugal
Sevilla, David | Austria
Complete name: David Sevilla González (two last names). Doctor in Mathematics. Living in Linz, Austria. Translating articles for the Spanish section of ZNet.
Katovsky, Alexander | England
Hayeur, Isabelle | Canada
I am a visual artist. My work is situated within a critical approach to the environment and urban development.
Zunes, Stephen | United States
Dr. Stephen Zunes is a Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of San Francisco, where he chairs the program in Middle Eastern Studies. A native of North Carolina, Professor Zunes received his PhD. from Cornell University, his M.A. from Temple University and his B.A. from Oberlin College. He has previously served on the faculty of Ithaca College, the University o...
Sargent, Lydia | United States
Lydia Sargent is co-founder and editor of Z Magazine. She is a writer, author, playwright, and actor. She was a founder and original member of the South End Press Collective. She organizes the Z Media Institute every year as well as teaching classes there.
Vincent, John | 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...
Murphy, Robert | United States
I'm a social worker and nonprofit organization employee living in the Colorado Rockies.
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