I’m thrilled to announce that Making Sense of Society: Power and Possibility, my latest book, has been released by Fernwood Publishing and is now available for purchase.
Scott Costen from The Sidebar asked me to talk with him about the “Freedom Convoy” in Canada, the Emergencies Act, Covid mandates, far right incursions, and what we can do about it all. Check out […]
I was a guest on CBC Maritime Noon with Bob Murphy talking about anti-mandate protests, the occupation of Ottawa, far right extremism, and the invocation of the Emergencies Act in Canada. Give this hour long […]
I was invited on to CBC Information Morning – NS to talk about the so-called “Freedom Convoy,” rising fascism, and the Emergencies Act. Give this short interview a listen here.
In advance of the Why the World Needs Anthropologists Conference (September 10-12, 2021), I was invited on to the Human Show Podcast to talk about my genesis as a researcher, social research, and social movements. […]
Call for Papers South Atlantic Quarterly 122 (4) “Beyond the Echo Chamber – The Tactical Use of Social Media in Social Movements” Editors: Alex Khasnabish, PhD, Associate Professor, Sociology & Anthropology, Mount Saint Vincent University, […]
On December 10, 2020 I was invited to participate in a session of “Ask a Scientist Live” organized by XR Scientists to discuss the question of how social and environmental justice movements build political power. […]
My new article “Ecologies of the Radical Imagination” has just been published online in Information, Communication & Society. See it here, the first 50 copies are free to read!
Max Haiven and I spoke with Natalie Kivell on RadioActive (WVUM) about the radical imagination, social movements, and finding hope in dark times. Check out the audio recording of our full length interview.
It’s out! Max Haiven and I are pleased to announce the publication of What Moves Us: The Lives and Times of the Radical Imagination, a collected volume of powerful articles and interviews focusing on radical […]