Notes on Contributors Matthew Caygill teaches History and Politics at Leeds Metropolitan University. Since writing the review article in this issue, he has become a member of the Historical Materialism Editorial Board. He is also a member of the National Executive of the Socialist Alliance. firstname.lastname@example.org Paresh Chattopadhyay teaches political economy in the faculty of human sciences of the University of Quebec at Montreal. email@example.com Chik Collins teaches in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Paisley, and is the author of Language, Ideology and Social Consciousness (Ashgate 1999). firstname.lastname@example.org Massimo De Angelis is senior lecturer at the University of East London. He is author of Keynesianism, Social Conflict and Political Economy and a variety of other papers on global capital and social movements, value and commodity fetishism. He is also editor of the web journal The Commoner . M.Deangelis@uel.ac.uk Samuel R. Friedman is the author of Teamster Rank and File (1982) and articles on workers’ struggles, labour markets and social movements. While in and around the International Socialists (USA) in 1969–79, he helped to organise Teamsters for a Democratic Union and was an active rank-and-file oppositionist in the American Federation of Teachers. He has since
Historical Materialism – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2004
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