Keynote speakers 2019
SONIA GUAJAJARA is an environmental and indigenous activist, and the executive coordinator of Brazil’s indigenous movement, Articulação dos Povos Indígenas do Brasil, as well as the former vice-presidential candidate of Brazil’s Socialism and Liberty Party.
Christopher Sellers is a professor of history at Stony Brook University. His research concentrates on the history of environment and health, of cities and industries, and of inequ – ality and democracy, with a focus on the United States and Mexico. He holds a Ph.D. in Ame – rican Studies from Yale and an M.D. […]
Göran Therborn is a professor emeritus of sociology at Cambridge University and is amongst the most highly cited contempora – ry Marxian-influenced sociologists. He has published widely in journals such as the New Left Review, and is notable for his writing on topics that fall within the general political and sociological framework of post-Marxism. Topics […]
Aaron Bastani is co-founder and Senior Editor at Novara Media and has a doctorate from the University of London. His research interests include new media, social movements and political economy. He has written for Vice, the Guardian, the London Review of Books and the New York Times and regularly appears on the BBC and Sky […]
Stefania Barca is a senior researcher at the University of Coimbra. She holds a PhD in Economic History and has been a visiting scholar at Yale University, postdoctoral fellow at UC Berkeley, and guest professor at Lund University. In the past ten years, she has published widely on the political ecology of industrial ca – […]