Interviews

  • Interview

    Singing In Dark Times: the Politics of Race and Class

    An Interview With Himani Bannerji

    Himani Bannerji is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at York University where she teaches in the areas of anti-racist feminism, Marxist cultural theories, gender, colonialism, and imperialism. Her recent publications include Inventing Subjects: Studies in Hegemony, Patriarchy and Colonialis…

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    Indigenism, Anarchism, and the State

    An Interview with Ward Churchill

    Ward Churchill is one of the most outspoken activists and scholars in North America and a leading commentator on indigenous issues. Churchill’s many books include Marxism and Native Americans; Fantasies of the Master Race; Struggle for the Land; The COINTELPRO Papers; Genocide, Ecocide, and Coloni…

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    Revolution as a New Beginning

    an Interview with Grace Lee Boggs

    part 1 of 2 For over 60 years Grace Lee Boggs has been thinking about and working towards making social change. Along with her late husband, the African-American writer and activist Jimmy Boggs (1919-1993), she has been centrally involved in numerous grassroots organizations including the Johnston-F…