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! 🙂

The Disorder Of Things

Jesse headshotA timely guest post from Jesse Crane-Seeber. Jesse  grew up in the woods of Ithaca, New York where he graduated from a democratically run public alternative high school. After a BA in “Resisting Hegemony” (a major of his own design) at Ithaca College, he earned a Ph.D. in International Relations at American University.  His dissertation ‘Making War’ analyzed the occupation of Iraq in terms of how U.S. soldiers’  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 finishing 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-Seeber…

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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-Seeber…

    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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