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Technophilic Development

No one existed for them who could not be governed by their intentions, Patricia Wiliams, The Alchemy of Race & Rights M.I.T. has recently discovered

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a law, a city, a citizen

Being on the Other End(s) of Things… By Amory Starr  Progressive Planning: The Magazine of Planners Network Spring 2007 Faith is mad at me today.

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Crash: Racism as Americana

Last weekend’s otherwise visionary annual Denver Pan African Arts Society Film Festival included a pre-release screening of Crash, honoring actor and producer Don Cheadle for

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Miami FTAA November 2003

hunted in miami, “the model for homeland defense” amory starr 29 November, 2003 (a shorter version was printed as “Free trade in the Americas: the

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critical globalization studies

this lecture is an introduction to what i call “critical globalization studies”, which reflects the work of an international group of scholars, primarily economists and

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the new imperialism

Amory Starr panel on “the new imperialism” with Leo Panitch, Sam Gindin, Michael Hardt, Peter Gowan Socialist Scholars Conference Cooper Union New York City 13

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Why Imperialism is Important

“Why Imperialism is Important” article printed in Rocky Mountain Bullhorn, 1 October 2001 Why Imperialism Is Important Rocky Mountain Bullhorn, 1 October 2001 In the

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Harbor Lights

“Harbor Lights” (9.12.01) context of the Sept 11 attacks on the WTC & Pentagon, The Manitoban, 26 September 2001. A British analyst on late night

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Whose FTAA?

Whose FTAA? Rocky Mountain Bullhorn, 1 April 2001 Amory Starr Why can’t we leave all the complicated economics to the professionals? Because these agreements affect

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thinking out white

thinking out white Adam Bishop, Amory Starr June 2000 Abstract: This paper attempts a grounded contribution to race theory, drawing on classroom experiences and theoretical

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Confronting Globalization

Confronting Globalization for Communities Confronting Capitalist Globalization University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 14-16 April, 2000 14 April, 7 pm, Corwin Pavilion. Hello. I’m very

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notes on what to call people of color

There are scholarly terms, like ‘race’, ‘class’, ‘gender’, ‘oppression’, ‘racism’ and those ones are the ones that scholars and citizens debate about. Then there are political

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