David Graeber

David Graeber is a radical American anthropologist at Goldsmith's, University nof London, who has been involved with the Occupy movement, most actively at Wall Street. He wrote the best-selling book Debt: The first 5,000 years. Among his other books is The Democracy Project

 

Human longing for freedom, 1 August 2018

Occupy: Ihmisen mielikuvitus ei voi kuolla, 28.11.2013

Occupy: Human imagination will not die, 5 October 2013

 

 

Th e Center Blows Itself Up: Care and Spite in the ‘Brexit Election’, The New York Review of Books, 13 January 2020

Against Economics, The New York Review of Books, 21 November 2019 (5 December 2019)

For the first time in my life, I'm frightened to be Jewish, openDemocracy, 6 September 2019

If Politicians Can't Face Climate Change, Extinction Rebellion Will, Defend Democracy Press, 23 August 2019

The “Yellow Vests” Show How Much the Ground Moves Under Our Feet, Infoshop News, 8 December 2018

Looking Busy. The rise of pointless work by Michael Robbins, The Nation, 8 November 2018

Booked: Imagining a World with No Bullshit Jobs by Chris Brooks, Dissent, 16 August 2018

On “Bullshit Jobs” by Chris Wright, CounterPunch, 14 August 2018

The Rise of Bullshit Jobs An interview with David Graeber by Suzi Weissman, Jacobin, 30 June 2018

How to change the course of human history by David Graeber and David Wengrow, Eurozine, 2 March 2018

Why are world leaders backing this brutal attack against Kurdish Afrin? The Guardian, 23 February 2018

 

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