Authors

Adam Buick has been a member of the Socialist Party of Great Britain since the early 1960s, speaking and writing on socialism as a moneyless and wageless society. He regularly contributes to the party’s Socialist Standard. Read more...

Claudio Cattaneo did his PhD at the Institute for Environmental Science and Technology (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), where he remains as a Research Associate. Practising degrowth by living on fewer than €250 per month, he teaches ecological economics at Carlo Cattaneo University (Italy) and is a squatter, bicycle mechanic and olive farmer. Read more...

Harry Cleaver is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Texas (Austin). An autonomist Marxist, his many publications include the classic Reading Capital Politically (1979, Harvester Press, Brighton). His activism has centred on university campaigns and struggles of Mexican immigrants and Zapatistas. Read more...

Kat Kinkade (1930–2008) was a founding member of Twin Oaks Community, established in Virginia (USA) in 1967. She wrote two books on her experiences at Twin Oaks and helped found the East Wind and Acorn communities, as well as the Federation of Egalitarian Communities. Read more...

Terry Leahy is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Newcastle (Australia). He teaches and publishes work on food, agriculture, permaculture, a gift economy and anarchism. Recent publications focus on the global environmental crisis and strategies for sustainable agriculture and food security in developing countries. Read more...

Mihailo Markovic (1923–2010), a widely published Serbian philosopher and scholar, worked for many years in the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy. He became a leading proponent of the Marxist humanist Praxis School, which emphasised the dialectics and humanism of Marx’s earlier writings and produced the international Praxis journal. Read more...

Anitra Nelson, Associate Professor of RMIT University (Australia), an expert on Marx’s theory of money (Marx’s Concept of Money: the God of Commodities, 1999, Routledge, London) and community-based sustainability (editor of Steering Sustainability in an Urbanizing World: Policy, Practice and Performance, 2007, Ashgate, Aldershot/Burlington) lives in the Blue Mountains, Australia. Read more...

John O’Neill is Professor of Political Economy at Manchester University. He has written widely on philosophy, political economy, political theory and environmental policy. His books include Markets, Deliberation and Environment (2007, Routledge, London), The Market: Ethics, Knowledge and Politics (1998, Routledge, London) and, as co-author with Alan Holland and Andrew Light, Environmental Values (2008, Routledge, London). Read more...

Ariel Salleh is a researcher in Political Economy at the University of Sydney (Australia). She was an Associate Professor in Social Ecology at the University of Western Sydney and is on the editorial boards of several international journals, such as Capitalism Nature Socialism. Widely published on eco-political thought, her books include Ecofeminism as Politics: Nature, Marx and the Postmodern (1997, Zed Books, London), she edited Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice (2009, Pluto Press/Spinifex, London/Melbourne). Read more...

Frans Timmerman has been a prominent member of the Australian Labor Party for decades and a political adviser to several members of parliament. Associated with publishing since 1970 — as a journalist, academic editor and bookseller — he co-edited Free Palestine published by the General Palestinian Delegation in Australia (1979–90). Read more...

 
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