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Boone Shear

Boone Shear

Boone Shear is a lecturer in the Anthropology Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, a member of the Community Economies Collective and an editorial board member of Rethinking Marxism. He is co-editor, with Susan Brin Hyatt, and Susan Wright, of Learning Under Neoliberalism: Ethnographies of Governance in Higher Education. His research and political interests coalesce around critical investigations of capitalism and efforts to imagine and organize around hidden, suppressed or unrealized ways of being in the world. Boone lives with his 10-year-old daughter Rose in Amherst along with two chickens and two guinea pigs.

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Warm Bodies: Zom-Rom-Solidarity Econ

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Occupy Wall Street: A Gift for the Economy

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Boone Shear

Boone Shear

Boone Shear is a lecturer in the Anthropology Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, a member of the Community Economies Collective and an editorial board member of Rethinking Marxism. He is co-editor, with Susan Brin Hyatt, and Susan Wright, of Learning Under Neoliberalism: Ethnographies of Governance in Higher Education. His research and political interests coalesce around critical investigations of capitalism and efforts to imagine and organize around hidden, suppressed or unrealized ways of being in the world. Boone lives with his 10-year-old daughter Rose in Amherst along with two chickens and two guinea pigs.

Other articles by this author

2013 0313wa cat

Warm Bodies: Zom-Rom-Solidarity Econ

By Boone Shear and Stephen Healy, Truthout | Movie Review

The Progressive Struggle to Save Capitalism

By Boone Shear and Stephen Healy, Truthout | Op-Ed

Occupy Wall Street: A Gift for the Economy

By Boone Shear and Stephen Healy, Truthout | News Analysis