A Manifesto for Our Time: Review of The World We Wish to See by Samir Amin (2008)

This article originally appeared on anti-imperialism.com. It has been reproduced for Peripheral Thought in its entirety. Author Theo V. Kenji is an aspiring agrarian sociologist and co-founder of the Radical Reading Collective at UC Irvine. By Theo V. Kenji “What to do?” (53). A short question with a very complex answer. In The World We… Read More A Manifesto for Our Time: Review of The World We Wish to See by Samir Amin (2008)

No Country for Poor Men: The Globalization Project and its Consequences

“Debt… is a cleverly managed reconquering of Africa.” – Thomas Sankara In the 1980s, on the tail-end of growing south-south unity and economic development, the world was plunged into an international debt crisis which threatened the sustainability of the capitalist world-system. The political decisions enacted to adjust the global economy ushered in neo-liberalism and globalization… Read More No Country for Poor Men: The Globalization Project and its Consequences

Roland Chrisjohn – It’s Not Gonna Happen: The Indigenous Response to Capitalism in an Era of Unbridled Capitalism

Originally posted on Native Student Council:
Dr. Roland Chrisjohn is a member of the Oneida Nation of the Confederacy of the Haudenausaunee (Iroquois). He gives his review of his lecture held during the 2011 STU Native Awareness Days in Fredericton, NB. Press play to hear Roland’s lecture! [audio http://nativestudentcouncil.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/rchrisjohn-lecture-2011-stu-nad-rt-128min.mp3%5D