John Duda

John Duda

John is a member of the Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse Collective and is finishing a PhD at the Humanities Center at Johns Hopkins on the history of the idea of self-organization.

Contributions:

Pages

An Interview With Claustrophobia
A Short Guide to Baltimore Underground Newspapers (1968-1970)
For A World Without War
Mapping the War Economy in the Baltimore/DC Regional Corridor
Book Review - "Imaginal Machines: Autonomy & Self- Organization in the Revolution of Everyday Life"
The City from Below: An Introduction
An Interview with Claustrophobia
Reboot Baltimore Indymedia
Looking at Baltimore's Surveillance Cameras
Experiments in Economic Democracy
MOVEMENT AND MOVEMENTS: introduction to the issue
Report #1 from occupied McKeldin Park
Audio: "The People's Pension: The Struggle to Defend Social Security Since Reagan"
A new focus for the BDC
In Park Heights, A New Tool For Creating Permanently Affordable Housing
Economic Development 101
Memory Against Forgetting: Marisela Gomez's book illuminates the history of the fight against displacement and dispossession in East Baltimore