A eulogy for Murray Bookchin, on the occasion of the anniversary of his birthday, January 14th, 1921.
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Tonight we were eating turkey burgers on our deck. The pooling heat of the day had drained, leaving behind an unexpected cool stillness that lured us gingerly back outside. I […]
Biotechnology is a question of power. It is a question about the power to decide what kind of technologies a society will use and for what purpose. In this way, […]
Introduction: Biotechnology as a Mode of Production A thing is a history of a thing, and more. Indeed, history is a tangled web with frayed edges, each woven into what […]
International systems of power are bursting out of the single-issue framework. Confronted by the exponential expansion and integration of new markets, technologies, regulatory bodies, and ecological crises, activists are turning […]
If I can’t dance in your revolution, I’m not coming. – Emma Goldman We need to rethink desire in social, rather than romantic or individualistic terms. This is crucial because, […]
As featured in Synthesis/Regeneration #3 (Spring 1992) For too long, feminism has lacked a global, ecological focus. In the 90’s, as reproductive technologies, fundamentalists, and ecological poisoning are on the […]