Jason Farbman

Jason Farbman is a member of the International Socialist Organization in New York. As a Foreign Language/Area Studies Fellow at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU, he studied social organizations during the Water War in Cochabamba, Bolivia. He has written and spoken on capitalism and class struggle in Bolivia, Argentina, and Cuba, and elsewhere in Latin America.

Reviews

Issue #96

Spring 2015

Race, surveillance, and empire

Upcoming features:

Mariátegui and Latin American Marxism by Lance Selfa
Socialism and disability: The politics of Helen Keller by Keith Rosenthal Selected writings on capitalism, disability, women, racism, war by Helen Keller

Upcoming reviews:

The Communist Horizon by Jodi Dean reviewed by Shaun Harkin
This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein reviewed by Michael Ware
Dog Whistle Politics by Ian Haney López reviewed by Paul Pryse
Inside Syria by Reese Erlich reviewed by Ashley Smith
Kill Anything That Moves by Nick Turse reviewed by Bill Roberts
Queer (In)justice by Joey L. Mogul, Andrea J. Ritchie, and Kay Whitlock reviewed by Keegan O’Brien
Seizing Freedom by David Roediger reviewed by Brian Jones

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