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

 

Occupy: Ihmisen mielikuvitus ei voi kuolla, 28.11.2013

Occupy: Human imagination will not die, 5 October 2013

 

 

Communism and Human Nature by Chris Wright, CounterPunch, 14 March 2017

David Graeber: Turkish economy being held together by scotch tape by Elif Sarican, Kom News, 1 February 2017

Fancy Forms of Paperwork and the Logic of Financial Violence, ROAR, Issue #3, 2016

Fancy Forms of Paperwork and the Logic of Financial Violence, ROAR, #3 2016

Why Capitalism Creates Pointless Jobs, Evonomics, 27 September 2016

The elites hate Momentum and the Corbynites - and I'll tell you why, The Guardian, 5 July 2016

The Guardian dropped a paragraph on support for Corbyn from David Graeber's article, Twitter

Basic Income & Meaningless Jobs: David Graeber interview & Stenography, Medium.com, 1 February 2016

The Coming Collapse, Posthegemony, 7 January 2016

Turkey could cut off Islamic State's supply lines. So why doesn't it? The Guardian, 18 November 2015

Britain is heading for another 2008 crash: here's why, The Guardian, 28 October 2015

David Graeber: “Spotlight on the financial sector did make apparent just how bizarrely skewed our economy is in terms of who gets rewarded” by Thomas Frank, Salon, 1 June 2015

David Graeber: ‘So many people spend their working lives doing jobs they think are unnecessary' by Stuart Jeffries, The Guardian, 21 March 2015

Capitalism was supposed to reduce red tape. Why is bureaucracy worse than ever? by Oliver Burkeman, The Guardian, 11 March 2015

David Graeber: resistance in a time of total bureaucratization by ROAR Collective, ROARMAG.org, 11 March 2015

“No. This is a Genuine Revolution” by David Graeber and Pinar Ögünç, ZNet, 26 December 2014

Students are right to march against the markets. Why can't education be free? The Guardian, 20 November 2014

Occupy Democracy is not considered newsworthy. It should be, The Guardian, 27 October 2014

Why is the world ignoring the revolutionary Kurds in Syria? The Guardian, 8 October 2014

David Graeber: “Spotlight on the financial sector did make apparent just how bizarrely skewed our economy is in terms of who gets rewarded” by Thomas Frank, Salon, 1 June 2014

Savage capitalism is back – and it will not tame itself, The Guardian, 30 May 2014

Caring too much. That's the curse of the working classes, The Guardian, 26 March 2014

 

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