Anthropology & Activism

Protest in Donetsk, Ukraine (April 7, 2014). Courtesy of Andrew Butko.

Over the past several months, Ukraine has been subjected to intense turmoil as ethnic Russian elements in the country have…More

Posted in April, Opinion | Tagged | 1 Response
Scholar with His Books by Gerbrand van den Eeckhout. Photo courtesy wikicommons

In December 2013, the membership of the American Studies Association (ASA), by a 2-1 margin, voted to approve the ASA…More

Posted in January, Opinion | Tagged | 1 Response
Strike Debt Logo
(Image courtesy of Strike Debt)

Strike Debt

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Robert R Sauders

A Grassroots Debt Resistance Movement You are not alone. You are not a loan. Strike Debt, an offshoot of Occupy…More

Posted in December, Opinion | Tagged | Leave a comment
Public Chess on Market Street, August 2009. (Image courtesy of Joe Mabel)

Crime Prevention or Urban Renewal? Early in September 2013, the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) conducted a sweep of a…More

Posted in November, Opinion | Tagged | Leave a comment
Western-Wall-Complex-Panoramic-001 Final

The Kotel – Western Wall – in the Old City of Jerusalem has been long considered among Jews to be…More

Posted in Featured Posts, March, Opinion | Tagged | 1 Response
The Evolution of Anonymous

The Evolution of Anonymous

* * * * * 7 votes

Robert R. Sauders

The hacker collective Anonymous, long characterized by its commitment to an unregulated Internet and high-profile acts against governments and corporate…More

Posted in February, Opinion | Tagged | 1 Response
Get the Frack Out!

Get the Frack Out!

* * * * * 4 votes

Robert R Sauders

Anti-Fracking Activism Moves from the Local to the National Hydraulic fracturing – or “fracking” – is a process whereby fluid…More

Posted in December, Opinion | Tagged | 2 Responses

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