Bernie Sanders For Commander-In-Chief

16 Apr

I started reading this blog and find it extremely interesting. I cannot wait to continue reading it! šŸ™‚

The Disorder Of Things

Jesse headshotA timely guest post from Jesse Crane-Seeber. JesseĀ  grew up in the woods of Ithaca, New York where he graduated from a democratically run public alternative high school. After a BA in ā€œResisting Hegemonyā€ (a major of his own design) at Ithaca College, he earned a Ph.D. in International Relations at American University.Ā  His dissertation ā€˜Making Warā€™ analyzed the occupation of Iraq in terms of how U.S. soldiersā€™ Ā negotiated and made sense of their surroundings, their missions, and the people they tried to help and/or harm. His research involved participant observation, living with military families, analyzing official documents, and sifting through hundreds of hours of soldier-uploaded video content. He teaches at North Carolina State University, and is currently finishingĀ Fifty Shades of Militarism, a study of the fetishization of all things military in the contemporary United States. The views in the post are those of Jesse Crane-Seeberā€¦

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One Response to “Bernie Sanders For Commander-In-Chief”

  1. auntyuta April 17, 2016 at 4:45 pm #

    “Fifty Shades of Militarism, a study of the fetishization of all things military in the contemporary United States.” By: Jesse Crane-Seeberā€¦

    I wonder, what this is all about. The “fetishization of all things military”, Crane-Seeber’s studies apply to contemporary United States. But “fetishization? Isn’t this a bit odd? How can this fit into a contemporary society? Do we live in the Dark Ages or what?

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