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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...
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.
Young, Kevin | United States
Most of my recent articles are available at http://kyoung1984.wordpress.com.
Underwood, Vincent | United States
Field, Tim | United States
Mestrum, Francine | Belgium
Researcher, PhD in social sciences, specialized in development studies, poverty, inequality, gender, globalization. Several books on international financial organizations and the need for global redistribution, tax justice, global social justice, etc.
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...
Stevens, Mark | Wales
Hayes, Eric | Ireland
Hattingh, Shawn | South Africa
I live in Cape Town South Africa with my partner, Sheina, and our two cats. My interests include anything on anarchism, workers self-management and movements that are organising in interesting ways such as the Zapatistas.
Gramnes, Jens | Sweden
Mccorry, Jim | Ireland
Denton, Marcus | United States
I live in Austin, Texas where I work at a class- and race-segregated inner-city high school. I attended the Z Media Institute in 2003 and founded the Austin Project for a Participatory Society in 2007.
Moase, Daniel | England
Tifford, Paul | United States
Paul Tifford A Google search of Paul Tifford will give you a list of my sites. A Yahoo search came up with some other sites. Otherwise they are listed on my page. The main ones... are: My Groups: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/actionnow http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ friends-all http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CaAcN http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TexasSOA-Watch http:...
Iles, Caragh | South Africa
Pfeifle, Kathleen | United States
Torrealba, Fernando Vegas | Venezuela
El magistrado Fernando Ramón Vegas Torrealba nació en Caracas el 11 de mayo de 1946. Cursó estudios de primaria en el Colegio San Agustín de El Paraíso, en Caracas. Hizo estudios de High School en el Malvern Preparatory School en Pennsylvania y concluyó el bachillerato en el Colegio La Salle de Tienda Honda de la capital venezolana. Se graduó de...
Alexism, Alexis | Belgium
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Morin, Mike | United States
I am a Friend. BS - Environmental Studies Graduate Study in Planning and Economics MBA have worked construction, real estate appraisal, health care cost and util. report systems developer, Director of Managed Care Contracting for hospital,farm work, farm fertilizer delivery, lumber yard/hardware and delivery, Small Business Development Center, taught Computer Methods, etc. fellowship for the la...
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