Abram Johannes Frederick Lutes is a student at the University of New Brunswick, in his final year of a Bachelors of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies, with a double minor in Anthropology and in International Development Studies. His goal is to pursue further higher education, specifically in political economy. He is the founder and editor of Peripheral Thought.

In his capacity as a student, Abram has been a research assistant to the Department of Political Science at UNB, a partner with the Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network, and a contributor to a number of forthcoming projects. Outside of academia, Abram is a fieldworker for the Canadian Federation of Students, and is a member of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) local 1281 and of the Communist Party of Canada. However, in his role as a contributor to Peripheral Thought, Abram does not speak for any of these organizations or entities.

Please see his page for publications.

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