Reimagining Society'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...
Epstein, Barbara | United States
I became involved in the peace movement (Student Sane) as a high school student in New York City in the late fifties/early sixties. I also became a socialist, and in 1963, during my first year in college, I joined the Communist. Party. Five years later, by that time a graduate student in Berkeley, I left the CP, having concluded that it was hopelessly dogmatic and unlikely to go anywhere. I was...
Evans, Mark | England
These things probably tell you something about me - I got my initial education in social justice listening to Bob Marley and the Wailers as a teenager, then in my late 20's reading Chomsky which led me to Z. I identify with the humanist world view. My favouite comedian is John Shuttleworth. I enjoy all kinds of "roots" music including folk, reggae, bl...
Escalona, Julio | Venezuela
Ehrenreich, Barbara | United States
BARBARA EHRENREICH is a political essayist and social critic who tackles a brave and diverse range of issues in books and magazine articles. She is the author or co-author of twelve books including Fear of Falling: The Inner Life of the Middle Class, and, most recently, Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War. She has written for dozens of...
Edwards, David | England
David Edwards was born in Maidstone, England in 1962. He worked for six years for several large British and US corporations in sales, management and management consultancy, before `retiring` in 1991. He is the author of `Burning all Illusions` (South End Press, 1996), published in the UK as `Free to be Human` (Green Books, 1995), and lso `The Compassionate Revolution` (Green Books, 1998).
Emersberger, Joe | Canada
Joe Emersberger was born in 1966 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada where he currently lives and works. He is an engineer and a member of the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union.
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...
Eingold, Eric | United States
Eric is a graduate student at The New School for Social Research in New York's Greenwich Village. Working with the Radical Student Union, Eric is an adovocate for a participatory society, economy, and polity guided by core vaules such as diversity, equity, self-management, efficiency, and solidarity.
Early, Steve | United States
Steve Early was a Boston-based international representative or organizer for the Communications Workers of America for 27 years. Prior to working for CWA, he served as a headquarters staffer for the United Mine Workers and staff attorney and newspaper editor for the Professional Drivers Council (merged in 1979 into Teamsters for a Democratic Union). As a free-lance labor journalist, ...
Epitropoulos, Mike | United States
I am a Public Sociologist at the University of Pittsburgh, with specializations in Development, State Theory, and Social Movements. My training has centered on Political Economy and Political Ecology methods. I have been active in local politics, the anti-war movement, and in organizing. I served on the International Committee of the US Green Party for six years. I spent three years teaching in...
Help with Searching
The ZSearch facilities are powerful and extensive. They can be userd in diverse ways, all from the top Search Page. We have also, however, ueed them ourselves to provide particular focused searches. This page is an example.
In the filtering area you see that it comes with a default choice for account type. That means it is looking for Wrtiers or Sustainers, as noted. If you change the filter, for example, of course you will be searching amoung a different constituency.
You can also put in a name, or a locale to filter your find list further. You can also select a Group and see members who are Sustainers or Writers, or even from some locale, etc.
Of course the locale filter only works for people who have taken the time to enter their locale...so if you don't find many folks, it doesn't mean that they don't exist in the system. Instead, it could be they haven't entered where they are from....
So, in summary, sarch users by account type such as writer or sutainer, by first name, last name, by interest (where again, this only works for folks who entered one), group, or by location. Fill out your chosen feilds and then click the search button. Choose from among the results disaplayed or reset your search to start over.