People for a PSI's Group Members
Elliott, Drew | United States
Working stiff. Trying to balance meaning with survival.
Digrazia, Stefan | United States
Rai, Milan | England
Milan Rai, the anti-war activist, author and editor based in Hastings, England, first became politically active in the campaign against Pershing II and Ground-Launched Cruise Missiles - nuclear weapons scheduled to be deployed in Western Europe in the late 1980s. A Peace News seller at his school, he's now become co-editor of the monthly magazine. Milan's primary organizational affiliations ha...
Field, Buck | Chile
Kurowski, Mark | United States
It's good to be back, so to speak! In the early 90's I was a beginner activist, and I was a member of ZBBS for its first couple years (it started in 12/93, right?). Then I got busy in life and lost my way. A big kick in the a** woke me up, and I'd like to be a dedicated activist for the next 40 years or so....
Bond, Patrick | South Africa
Patrick is a political economist based at the University of KwaZulu-Natal School of Development Studies in Durban, where he directs the Centre for Civil Society (http://www.ukzn.ac.za/ccs). He was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, raised in Alabama, and educated in economics at Swarthmore College, finance at the University of Pennsylvania, and geography at Johns Hopkins University. He is activ...
Zinno, Fabio | Canada
Varga, John | United States
Della santa, Vincent | Switzerland
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 ...
Raptis, Nikos | Greece
Nikos Raptis was born in Athens, Greece, in 1930. He is a civil engineer. For the last 40 years he has been writing on social matters for papers and magazines (mainly) in Greece. He is the author of "Let Us Talk About Earthquakes, Floods and...the Streetcar" (1981) and "The Nightmare of the Nukes"(1986), both in Greek. He, also, translated into Greek and published Noam Choms...
Durmov, Miroslav | United States
Miroslav Durmov was born in 1954 in Sofia, Bulgaria. He has graduated from Technical University of Dresden-Germany (MA in Psychology) and obtained his PhD degree in law in Bulgaria. Dr. Durmov has worked on high level executive positions for the government administration until 1988 when he joined the dissident movement. In the first free elections in 19...
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...
Estrin, Marc | United States
Marc Estrin is a writer, cellist and activist from Burlington, Vermont, and author of the novels The Good Doctor Guillotin The Annotated Nose Skulk The Lamentations of Julius Marantz Golem Song The Education of Arnold Hitler Insect Dreams, the Half Life of Gregor Samsa (now also in German, from Parthas Verlag, Berlin) and an award-winning memoir of his decades...
Leier, Bruce | United States
Kurkulos, Maryellen | United States
My formative years were spent in the U.S. (Fall River) and Athens, Greece. Degrees from Wellesley, Columbia, Hopkins (biology and genetics) and most importantly ZMI (2005). My authentic education - still continuing - came via reading Chomsky, ZMag and ZNet. Currently affiliated with various local and not-so-local groups here in southeastern MA and greater Boston.
Gramnes, Jens | Sweden
Meney, Luke | United Kingdom
Wakefield, John | Hong Kong
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
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