Essays and Analysis
Jason Adams, Williams College, Political Science: “Occupy Time”
Emily Brissette, University of California Berkeley, Sociology: “For the Fracture of Good Order: On “Violence” at Occupy Oakland”
Craig Calhoun, New York University, Sociology: “Evicting the Public: Why has occupying public space led to such heavy-handed repression”
Mike Davis, University of California Riverside, Creative Writing: “No More Bubble Gum”
Gaston Gordillo, University of British Columbia, Anthropology: “The Human Chain as a Non-Violent Weapon”
David Graeber, Goldsmiths University of London, Anthropology: “Occupy Wall Streets Anarchist Roots”
Claude Fischer, University of California Berkeley, Sociology: “Occupy! Now What?”
Michael Hardt (Duke University, Literature) and Antonio Negri (European Graduate School): “The Fight for ‘Real Democracy’ at the Heart of Occupy Wall Street”
David Harvey, The City University of New York, Anthropology: “The Party of Wall Street Meets its Nemesis”
Chris Herring (University of California Berkeley, Sociology) and Zoltan Gluck (City University of New York, Anthropology): “The Homeless Question of Occupy”
Mike King, University of California, Santa Cruz: The Vacancies of Capitalism: Occupations and the Fulfillment of Human Needs
Kristin Lawler, College of Mount Saint Vincent in New York City, Sociology: “Fear of a Slacker Revolution: Occupy Wall Street and the cultural politics of class struggle”
George Lakoff, University of California Berkeley, Linguistics: “How Occupy Wall Street’s Moral Vision Can Beat the Disastrous Conservative Worldview”
Peter Marcuse, Columbia University, Urban Planning: “Occupy and the Provision of Public Space: The City’s Responsibilities”
Nicholas Mirzoeff, New York University, Media, Culture and Communication: “Occupy Theory”
Adrian Pabst, University of Kent, Politics: “The Resurgence of the Civic”
Francesca Polletta, University of California Irvine, Sociology: “Maybe your better off not holding hands and singing We Shall Overcome”
Saskia Sassen, Columbia University, Sociology: “The Global Street Comes to Wall Street”
Jen Schradie, University of California Berkeley, Sociology: “Why Tents Still Matter”
Sidney Tarrow, Cornell University, Government: “Why Occupy Wall Street is not the Tea Party of the Left”
Alex Vitale, Brooklyn College CUNY, Sociology: “NYPD and OWS: A Clash of Styles”
Society and Space forum on The Occupy Movement.: Short opinion essays by the journal’s editorial board.
OWS Series and Journal Issues
Occupy the Future: Short opinion essays by Stanford faculty.
Lectures & Speeches: Scholars @ Occupy!
Michael Burawoy & Claude Fischer on Occupy: Professors of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley.
Robert Reich @ Occupy Cal: Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley.
David Harvey @ Occupy London: Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, The City University of New York.
Manuel Castells @ Occupy London: Professor of Sociology, Open University of Catalonia & Professor of Communication Technology and Society, University of Southern California.
Angela Davis @ Occupy Oakland: Professor Emerita, History of Consciousness and Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Cornel West @ Occupy Wall Street: Professor of the University in the Center for African American Studies, Princeton University.
Slavoj Zizek @ Occupy Wall Street: Global Distinguished Professor of German, New York University.
Judith Butler @ Occupy Wall Street: Professor of Rhetoric and Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley.
Helena Sheehan @ Occupy Dublin: Professor Emerita, Dublin City University.
Dispatches from Scholars in the Struggle
Zoltan Gluck, City University of New York: Dear New York, Welcome to the Student Movement
Max Frasure, Yale University: Why I got Arrested at Occupy Wall Street
Abigail Andrews, University of California Berkeley: Occupy Oakland: Continue the Discussion