CUNY Graduate Center, PhD, Sociology
Stanford University, BA, Economics
Social Theory, Political Economy and Environmental Sociology
“Individual Differences and the Potential Tradeoffs Between the Values of a Participatory Economy.” Review of Radical Political Economics, Volume 41, No.1, Winter 2009, 23-42.
“Reflections on the Greek Uprising.” Capitalism Nature Socialism, Volume 20, No.2, June 2009, 97-101.
“Working More, Selling More, Consuming More: Capitalism’s ‘Third Contradiction’”, chapter in Leo Panitch and Colin Leys (eds.), Coming to Terms with Nature: Socialist Register 2007, New York: Monthly Review Press.
“Capitalism’s Dialectic of Scarcity and Environmental Ethics”, Environmental Ethics, Volume 27, No.3, Fall 2005, 227-244.
“A Marxist Critique of Marx’s Theory of History,” Sociological Theory, March 2004.
“Capitalism’s Dialectic of Scarcity and the Emanicipatory Project,” Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, March 2003.
"On the Anti-Globalization Movement's Self-Understanding," Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, December 2001.
"Dystopian Capitalism and the Specter of Utopia," Science and Society, Fall 2001.
"Nature, Dialectics and Emancipatory Politics," Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, June 2001.
Numerous book reviews in a number of scholarly journals, including Environmental Ethics, Science and Society, and Rethinking Marxism.