Alex Khasnabish

Professor of Sociology & Anthropology, Mount Saint Vincent University

Alex Khasnabish

Professor of Sociology & Anthropology, Mount Saint Vincent University

Biography

Alex Khasnabish is a writer, researcher, and teacher committed to collective liberation living in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on unceded and unsurrendered Mi’kmaw territory. He is an Associate Professor in Sociology & Anthropology at Mount Saint Vincent University. His research focuses on radical imagination, radical politics, social justice, and social movements.

His recent books include What Moves Us: The Lives and Times of the Radical Imagination (co-edited with Max Haiven), The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research in the Age of Austerity (co-authored with Max Haiven), and Insurgent Encounters: Transnational Ethnography, Activism, and the Political (co-edited with Jeffrey Juris).

Learn more about the Radical Imagination project.

Would you like to order an appetizer? Listen to Alex’s online talk called “Nazi-making machines

presented at WWNA 2020: Mobilizing the Planet Digitally (October 17)

All sessions by Alex Khasnabish

Talks II

14:00-16:00
CAMP - Black Room

Mobilizing the Planet: Panel Discussion

17:00-18:30
CAMP - Black Room