Visiting Assistant Professor, New School for Social Research, New York, academic years 1974-75, 1975-76.
Chargé d'Enseignement, Université de Sherbrooke, academic years 1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-1974.
Teaching Assistant to Professor John Gurley, Stanford University, academic year 1969-70.
Administrator and Research Economist, Pacific Studies Center, Palo Alto, California, summer 1969.
Research Assistant to Professors Paul David and Moses Abramovitz, Stanford University, academic year 1968-69. (Empirical studies of technological diffusion and learning-by-doing.)
Research Assistant in Economic Research, Office of Economic Opportunity, Office of the President, U.S. Government, Washinbgton, D.C., Spring-Summer 1966.
NEW! "Preface" to the Turkish Edition of Harry Cleaver, Reading Capital Politically, Istanbul: Otonom Yayincilik, 2008.
"Deep Currents Rising: Some Notes on the global challenge to capitalism," (2006) forthcoming in in Subverting the Present, Imagining the Future: Insurrection, Movement, Commons, New York: Autonomedia, 2007. (ISBN: 1570271844)
"Paths of Autonomy" and "Neozapatismo and Autonomy", forthcoming in a book to be published in Mexico containing the papers presented at an October 24-26, 2006 Conference on: La Autonomía Posible: Reinvención de la política y emancipación at the Universidad Autonóma de la Ciudad de México.
"Work is Still the Central Issue," in Ana Dinerstein and Michael Leary (eds), The Labour Debate: An Investigation into the Theory and Reality of Capitalist Work, Hampshire: Ashgate, 2002, pp. 135-148.
Reading Capital Politically, Second Edition, London: AK Press, 2000.
"The Crisis of Neoliberalism and Alternatives in the 21st Century," The Study of Regional Development, Regional Development Research Institute, Chonnam National University, Kwangju, Korea, Vol. 31, No. 1, December 1999 (In English). Translated and republished in Korean with the same title in The Radical Review (Korea), (Pt.1) #15, 2003 and (Pt.2) #16, 2003.
"Nature, Neoliberalism and Sustainable Development: Between Charybdis & Scylla," in Allessandro Marucci (ed) Camminare Domandando: La rivoluzione zapatista, Roma: DeriveApprodi, 1999, pp. 257-270 (Italy).
Zapatista: Neoliberalism, the Chiapas Uprising and Cyberspace, Seoul: Glamuri Publishers, 1998 (448p). This is an edited, book-length collection of my writings translated into Korean with a special introduction I wrote for this book.
"The Zapatista Effect: The Internet and the Rise of an Alternative Political Fabric," Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 51, No. 2, Spring 1998, pp. 621-640.
"The Zapatistas and the Electronic Fabric of Struggle," Analysen & Alternativen zu einer neoliberalen Welt: Ein Reader, Hrsg:ARGE Entwicklungspolitishe Hochshulwochen, Wien:Sudwind, 1997 (Austria); "Zapatistas e a teia eletrônica da luta," Lugar Comun, No.4, janeiro-abril 1998, pp.139-164 (Brazil); John Holloway and Eloina Peláez (eds) Zapatista! Reinventing Revolution in Mexico, Sterling: Pluto Press, 1998, pp. 81-103 (England/USA); Allessandro Marucci (ed) Camminare Domandando: La rivoluzione zapatista, Roma: DeriveApprodi, 1999, pp. 103-125 (Italy).
"Preface" to Documents from the First Intercontinental Encounter, a collection in Italian, published Spring 1997.
"The "Space" of Cyberspace," Women & Performance: A Journal of Feminst Theory, Vol. 9, No. 1, Issue 17, 1996, pp. 239-248.
"Theses on Secular Crisis in Capitalism: The Insurpassability of Class Antagonisms" in C. Polychroniou and H.R. Targ (eds), Marxism Today: Essays on Capitalism, Socialism and Strategies for Social Change, Westport: Praeger, 1996, pp. 87-97.
"Chapter 4: The Two-fold Charater of Labor" of Reading Capital Politically, translated and published as "Il Capitolo IV: Il Duplice Carattere del Lavoro" in Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe (Bologna), No. 4, inverno 1996, pp. 271-277.
"Close the IMF, Abolish Debt and End Development: A Class Analysis of the International Debt Crisis," translated and republished in Italian as "Chiudiamo Il FMI, Aboliamo Il Debito e PoniamoFine allo Sviluppo: Un'Analisi di Classe Della Crisi del Debito Internazionale" in Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe (Bologna), No. 4, inverno 1996, pp. 21-42.
"Chapter 3: The Substance and Magnitude of Value" of Reading Capital Politically, translated and published as "Il Capitolo III (La Sostanza e la Grandezza del Valore) in Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe (Bologna), No. 3, inverno 1995, pp. 95-128.
"The Subversion of Money-as-Command in the Current Crisis," in Werner Bonefeld and John Holloway (eds) Global Capital, National State and the Politics of Money, London: MacMillan, 1995, pp. 141-177.
"Introduction" to Zapatista! The Documents of the New Mexican Revolution, New York: Autonomedia, 1994, pp. 11-23. The documents comprising this book, including my introduction, first appeared in e-text form in the LANIC (UT - Latin America Network Information Center) gopher/web site and only later as a hard-copy book. The novel character of the production of this book was written up in the ILAS Newsletter.
"Chapter 2: The Commodity-Form" of Reading Capital Politically, translated and published as "Il Capitolo II (La Forma-merce) in Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe (Bologna), No. 2, primavera 1994, pp. 263-278.
"Work, Value and Domination: On the Continuing Relevance of the Marxian Labor Theory of Value in the Crisis of the Keynesian Planner State," published in Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe (Bologna), No. 2, primavera 1994, pp. 73-90, as: "Lavoro, Valore e Dominio: Sull'attuale rilevanza della teoria di Marx del laboro-valore nella crisi dello stato piano Keynesiano".
"The Chiapas Uprising: The Future of Class Struggle in the New World Order", Riff-Raff: attraverso la produzione sociale (Padova), marzo 1994, pp. 133-145; Impaction (Tokyo) No. 85, 1994, pp. 144-160; Common Sense (Edinburgh) No. 15, April 1994, pp. 5-17; Canadian Dimension (Winnipeg), Vol. 28, No. 3, May-June 1994, pp. 36-39; Lonnsslaven (Oslo), #5, Spring-Summer 1994, pp. 6-7 (excerpt); Studies in Political Economy (Toronto), No. 44, Summer 1994, pp. 141-157; África América Latina. Cuardernos. (Madrid) Número 18, 2a/1995, pp.71-84.
"Introduction" to Reading Capital Politically, translated and published in Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe, (Italy), No. 1, autunno 1993, pp. 184-252.
"Intervista a Harry Cleaver", a cura di Massimo De Angelis, in Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe, (Italy), No. 1, autunno 1993, pp. 79-100. (English version, Swedish version, Dutch version)
"Kropotkin, Selbst-Valorisation und Krise des Marxismus" in Hintergrund: Marxistische Zeitschrift für Gesellschaftstheorie und Politik, (Berlin) IV-1993, pp. 14-29. Also as "Kropotkin, Self-valorization and the Crisis of Marxism" in Anarchist Studies, (Lancaster) No. 2, 1994, pp. 119-135. Also in a Moscow collection published in 1997.
"Marxian Categories, the Crisis of Capital and the Constitution of Social Subjectivity Today," in Common Sense, (Scotland), No. 14, October 1993, pp. 32-55. Also published in Italian in ZeroNetwork No.3, 1992 (Padua) and in Non Solo Los Angeles, ECN, Dec. 1992 (Roma), and Werner Bonefeld (ed.) Revolutionary Writing: Common Sense Essays in Post-Political Politics, New York: Autonomedia, 2003.
"Socialism," an essay in Wolfgang Sachs (ed), The Dvelopment Dictionary : A Guide to Knowledge and Power, London: Zed Books, 1992, pp. 233-249. [Spanish Version]
"The Inversion of Class Perspective in Marxian Theory: from Valorization to Self-Valorization," in W. Bonefeld, R. Gunn and K. Psychopedis (eds) Essays on Open Marxism, London: Pluto Press, 1992, pp. 106-144.
"Close the IMF, Abolish Debt and End Development: A Class Analysis of the International Debt Crisis, Capital & Class (UK) Number 39, Winter 1990. Translated and republished in Italian as "Chiudiamo Il FMI, Aboliamo Il Debito e PoniamoFine allo Sviluppo: Un'Analisi di Classe Della Crisi del Debito Internazionale" in Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe (Bologna), No. 4, inverno 1996, pp. 21-42.
"Marginalidad y Autovaloracion," El Gallo Illustrado (Mexico City) No. 1365, De Agosto de 1988. Also published in English in Common Sense (Scotland) No. 9, 1989.
"The Uses of an Earthquake," Visa Versa (Montréal) December/January 1987, Québec. Also published in Midnight Notes, (Boston) No. 9, May 1988, Common Sense (Scotland) No. 9, 1989 and as "Von Nutzen eines Erdbebens," Wildcat, (Germany) Winter 1988.
"Special Preface to the Korean Edition" of Reading Capital Politically (Pul Pi, Seoul) 1986.
"Karl Marx: Economist or Revolutionary?" in Suzanne W. Helburn and David F.Bramhall (eds) Marx, Schumpter &Keynes, M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, 1986. "Reaganism et les Relations de Classe aux Etats-Unis," in Marie-Blanche Tahon and André Corten, L'Italie: Le Philosophe et le Gendarme, VLB Editeur, Montréal, Québec, 1986.
"Introduction," and translation of 4 out of 9 chapters of Antonio Negri, Marx Beyond Marx: Notebooks on the Grundrisse, Bergin and Garvey Press, N.Y., 1984. (Originally Marx Oltre Marx, Feltrinelli, 1979).
"Tesis Sobre la Teoría Marxista del Valor Trabajo," El Gallo Illustrado, No.1085, April 10, 1983.
"Marx's Theory of Crisis as a Theory of Class Relations," Research in Political Economy, Vol. 5 (JAI Press, Greenwhich), 1982.(with Peter Bell).
"Technology as Political Weaponry," in a collection on The Responsibilty of the Scientific and Technological Enterprise in Technology Transfer, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1981. Translated and reprinted in El Gallo Illustrado No. 1243, (Mexico City, 1986).
"Supply-Side Economics: The New Phase of Capitalist Strategy in the Crisis," in Babylone(Paris, Fall 1981), in Metropoli (Rome, 1981) and in the Mexican weekly El Gallo Illustrado (Mexico City, 1981).
"Special Preface to the Mexican Edition" of Reading Capital Politically (written in 1981, appeared in 1985).
Reading Capital Politically, University of Texas Press, 1979. Published in England by Harvester Press, in Mexico by Fondo de Cultura Economica, in Brazil by Zahar Editores and in South Korea by Pul Pi. Published serially in Italy in the journal Vis à Vis: Quaderni per l'autonomia di classe (Bologna).
"Malaria and the Political Economy of Public Health," International Journal of Health Services, Vol. 7, No. 4, 1978.
"Food, Famine and the International Crisis," Zerowork, No. 2, 1977. Translated and reprinted in Canada (as "Alimentation, famine et crise internationale" Dossier SUCO), Mexico and Germany (as "Nahrungsmittel, Hunger und die Internationale Krise," Thekla 10, Juli 1988).
"Malaria, The Politics of Public Health, and the International Crisis," Review of Radical Political Economics, Spring 1977.
The Political Economy of Malaria De-control," Economic and Political Weekly, (Bombay),September 4, 1976.
"The Internationalization of Capital and the Mode of Production in Agriculture," Economic and Political Weekly (Bombay), March 27, 1976.
"Canadian Independence: Developing Views among the U.S. Ruling Class," Canadian Dimension, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1974.
"The Contradictions of the Green Revolution," American Economic Review , May 1972 and Monthly Review, June 1972 (including Monthly Review Edizione Italiana). Reprinted in Charles K. Wilber (ed.) The Political Economy of Development and Underdevelopment, 1973 and in Steve Weissman (ed.)The Trojan Horse: The Strange Politics of Foreign Aid, 1974. Also translated and reprinted in Greece and India.
Elaine Katzenberger (ed) First World, Ha Ha Ha! The Zapatista Challenge, San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1995. Published in Love & Rage (New York).
George Collier, Basta! Land and the Zapatista Rebellion in Chiapas, Oakland: Institute for Food and Development Policy, 1994. Published in Love & Rage (New York). Reprinted in Re-Construction (Melbourne), No.5, Winter/Spring 1995, pp. 45-48.
John Ross, Rebellion from the Roots: Indian Uprising in Chiapas, Monroe: Common Courage Press, 1995. Published in Love & Rage (New York), Vol. 6, No. 2, March/April 1995, pp. 23, 26.
Paul Buhle, C.L.R. James: the Artist as Revolutionary. Published in Rethinking Marxism, Volume 2, Number 4, Winter 1989.
Creation of a new web-based course on the Political Economy of Education. This course is entirely web-based, in the sense that virtually all the materials of the course are made available through the web (syllabus, course calendar, interactive web-forum, original texts from the history of thought on education and from contemporary debates. The material is constantly being elaborated - most recently (2006-2007) with texts from non-Western traditions, e.g., Confucius and Mohammed al-Ghazali, one of the great Muslem theologians and philosophers of the Middle Ages.
Creation of new web-based course on History of Economic Thought. This course is entirely web-based, in the sense that virtually all the materials of the course are made available through the web (syllabus, course calendar, interactive web-forum, original texts from the history of economic thought, professor's lecture notes, and so on).
Prepared technical instructions for other professors on how to implement Webbbs software to create interactive web-forums for their courses.
Use of interactive "web-forums" for professor-student communication, class discussion, and student self-organization.
Development of computer presentation materials for the teaching of Eco 304L Introductory Macroeconomics, Eco 357k Introductory Marxist Economics and Eco 357L Political Economy of International Crisis. These materials have been used since the Fall of 1996. This has involved learning to use the following applications: Powerpoint (slides), Adobe Photoshop (still images) and SoundEdit 16 (audio), Adobe Premiere (movies) and Macromedia Director (all of the above plus animation).
Creation of a personal WWW home page with a growing body of my own course materials and published writings available in regular and hypertext format.
Over the last year I have learned that these materials assembled for my courses at the University of Texas are being accessed and used by a wide variety of students and professors around the world. As a result I am studying the possibility of providing parallel on-line "courses" to anyone, anywhere.
Creation and maintenance of Chiapas95, an information dissimination "listserv" and archives on the Internet that reposts selected materials (over 8,000) on the crisis in Mexico to over 700 interested scholars and activists. The Chiapas95 homepage and archives are referenced by the LANIC (UT - Latin America Network Information Center) gopher/web site and many other sites concerned with Mexico and Latin America.
"The Spawn," in The Great Old Ones: New Adventures in the Cthulhu Mythos, Albany: Chaosium 1989. This role-playing adventure, based on the pulp fiction of H.P. Lovecraft, the archeology of the ancient cliff-dwellers and the political economy of Southwestern copper mining in the 1920s, was the lead scenario in a collection that won the national "Origins" award "Best Role-Playing Adventure of 1989" from the Academy of Adventure Gaming Arts and Design.
Maintenance of the Texas Archives of Autonomist Marxism, a collection of materials from all over the world designed, written and otherwise produced within those traditions of Marxism which have emphasized the self-activity of labor vis à vis capital. This collection, which has been assembled over a period of some 30 years has been indexed and will be made progressively available to scholars through the Internet.
Multimedization of the teaching of Introductory Macroeconomics and Introductory Marxist Economics. Collection and integration of literature (novels, short stories, poetry) and popular culture (music, comics, film) into the presentation/discussion of economic theory and contemporary economic history.
NEW! "From Chiapas, Mexico to the World: lessons from the role of the Internet in the genesis of the counter-globalization movement," presentation to "Academic Session I: Politics" of "The Networked Publics Conference and Media Festival", The Annenberg Center for Communication at the University of Southern California, April 28, 2006.
"Outsourcing: A Problem? What kind?" Slide presentation accompanying debate with Dr. Robert Duvic, UT School of Business, April 7, 2004.
"Mapping Autonomies in Chiapas: An International Research Networks Workshop" Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, April 24-26, 2003.
"Globalization as we Know It", conference at Barnard College, Columbia University, May 2002.
"Social Movements, Libraries and the Internet: From Vietnam to Chiapas," presented to American Library Association Annual Meetings, Special Session on "Social Movements, Marginalized Groups, and the Internet: Issues for Researchers and Librarians," San Franciso, June 17, 2001.
"The Internet and the Development of Multi-national, Coordinated Opposition to Capitalism," Annual Meetings of the Conference of Socialist Economists, London, UK, July 2000.
"Computer-linked Social Movements and the Global Threat to Capitalism," presented to the summer course "Computers, Networks and the Prospects for European and World Security," Rovereto (Trento), Italy, August 13, 1999, organized by the International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts.
"Work is Still the Central Issue!" Conference on the "Labor Question" at Warwick University, Warwick, England, February 1999.
"The Crisis of Neoliberalism and Alternatives in the 21st Century." Written in the Winter of 1999 for three talks in Korea in January 1999: at Kwangju National University, Seoul National University and the Korean Labor Institute.
"From Chiapas to the World: Democracy, the Internet and the Organization of Information," INET'98: 8th Annual Conference of the Internet Society, Geneva, Switzerland, July 22, 1998.
"Economy in the Post-Development Era: Rethinking the Market," Towards Post Developmentalism?: An Examination of Alternative Approaches, A Conference at Harvard Law School, April 18, 1998.
"Encounters of the Fourth Kind: the Indigenous South and the High-tech North on the Internet," Conference on 'Computers, Freedom and Privacy,' Austin, Texas, February 18-20, 1998.
"Mexico, the Internet and Politics under NAFTA," Conference on 'Mexico Under NAFTA: Security, Economics and Human Rights,' Okanagan University, Kalowna, British Columbia, February 13, 1998.
"The Zapatistas and the International Circulation of Struggle," Paper presented at Conference on 'Globalization from Below,' Duke University, February 6-8, 1998.
"Nature, Neoliberalism and Sustainable Development: Between Charybdis & Scylla," Conference on Ecology and Economy, Instituto Piaget, Viseu, Portugal, April 17-19, 1997
"The Zapatistas' Revolution in Mexico: Cyberspace Struggles for Democracy," State University of New York at Purchase, April 20, 1997.
"Will the Internet be a Democratic Tool or Instrument of Exclusion?" Reuters Forum: Critical Issues in International Economics, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, February 26, 1997.
"The Electronic Fabric of Struggle: Zapatista Subversion in Cyberspace," Department of Geography and the Committee on Social Theory in the College of Arts and Sciences at the Unviersity of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, October 20, 1995.
"Zapatistas and Cyberspace: the Electronic Fabric of Social Conflict," Department of Latin American Studies, Simon Fraser University, April 1995.
"The Social Roots of Economic Crisis" at Economics Seminar, U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Denver, Colorado, August 15, 1994.
"From 'Within & Against' to "Beyond Capital': Comments on Werner Bonefeld's Paper 'Integration and Transcendence'", Annual Meetings of the Conference of Socialist Economists, University of Leeds, Leeds, England, July 1993.
"Kropotkin, Self-Valorization and the Crisis of Marxism", to Conference on Pyotr Kropotkin, Moscow, St. Petersburg and Dimetrov, December 9-14, 1992.
"Marxist Categories, the Crisis of Capital and the Constitution of Social Subjectivity Today," and "Notes on Secular Crisis in Capitalism: The Insurpassability of Class Antagonisms" to Rethinking Marxism Conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 12-14, 1992.
"The Subversion of Money-as-Command in the Current Crisis," paper presented to Conference on Global Money and the National State at FLACSO (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales), Mexico City, Mexico, July 15-17, 1992.
"Marxist Categories, the Crisis of Capital and the Constitution of Social Subjectivity Today," paper presented to Conference on Economic Crisis and Social Subjectivity, Université de Paris VIII, St. Denis, Paris, January 24-25, 1992.
"The Social Roots of Economic Crisis (August 10, 1991) and "The Dark Side of the Market" and Debate with Prof. Larry Moss, (Babson College, Boston), (August 12, 1991) at Economics Seminar, U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Denver, Colorado.
"The Politics of Debt and the Transcendence of Capitalism," paper presented to the Conferenceof Socialist Economists, Nottingham, England, July 14, 1991.
"Responding to the Backlash: South Korean Labor, Productivity Deals and Runaway Shops," paper presented to the Korean Labor Institute, November 1, 1990, Seoul, South Korea.
"The Crisis of Eastern Europe, the Resistance to Work and the Reunification of Korea,"paper presented to the Conference on the Prospects for Korean Reunification, Kyonggi University, Suwon, south Korea, October 31, 1990. Also presented to Korea Institute of Industrial Development, Sung Kyun Kwan University, Seoul, South Korea, November 2, 1990.
"The Social Roots of Economic Crisis," presentation to the Executive Development Seminar, Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Government, Denver, April 21, 1990.
"Work, Value and Domination: On the Continuing Relevance of the Marxian Labor Theory of Value in the Crisis of the Keynesian Planner State," invited paper and lecture to Annual Meetings of the Conference of Socialist Economists (UK) Shefield, England, July 1989.
"Close the IMF, Abolish Debt and End Development," paper presented to the Conference on Global Imbalances, American University, Washington D.C., May 1989.
"The Marxian Theory of Money," "Marxian Theory and the International Debt Crisis," twoinvited lectures to the Department of Economics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, May 1989.
"Self-Valorization and the Centrality of the Margins," presentation to a conference on "The Political Economy of the Magins," University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, May 26-29, 1988.
"Beyond Capitalism and Socialism," presentation to the Student's Association of SUNY Purchase, Purchase, New York, April 11, 1988.
"An Alternative Interpretation of the Economy," presentation to the Economic Development Seminar, Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Government, Oakridge, Tennessee, April 8, 1988.
"The International Monetary Crisis as a Crisis of Class Relations," Union for Radical Political Economics, Annual Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, December 1987.
"The Limits to Economic Democracy," (with Peter Bell), Marxist Scholars Conference, Berkeley, California, November 1987.
"Social Conflict, Ethnicity and Race in a Mexican City Barrio: The Case of Tepito," presentation to the Department of Sociology, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 17, 1987.
"Ending Poverty: Economic Rights of Americans," presentation to the Progressive Student Alliance, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, April 3, 1987.
"Development or Autonomy?" paper presented to the Colloquium on "Mexico at Filo de Siglo XXI," Mexico City, November 1985.
"Reaganism et les Relations de Classe aux Etats-Unix," paper presented to a conference on "L'Italie: Le Philosophe et le Gendarme," November 17, 1984, at l'Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada.
"A Radical View of Reaganomics," presentation to the Executive Development Seminar, Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Government, Denver, September 15, 1984.
"The Green Revolution - A Study in the Political Economy of Technological Change," invited lecture at Cornell University, Ithaca, April 6,1984.
"Marxism and the Social Sciences Today," Southwest Sociological Association Meetings, Fort Worth, Texas, March 22, 1984.
"The State of the Economy - An Alternative Interpretation," presentation to the ExecutiveDevelopment Seminar of the U.S. Office of Personnnel Management, Denver, July 1983.
"Karl Marx: Economist or Revolutonary?," paper presented to the Conference on Marx, Schumpter and Keynes, University of Colorado, Denver, April 1983.
"Marx's Theory of Crisis As a Theory of Class Struggle", paper presented to annual meetings of the Union for Radical Political Economics, ASSA meetings, New York, Dec. 1982.
"Capitalism: A Political and Moral Critique," 3-hour Presentation and subsequent Debate with Robert Benne, author of The Ethic of Democratic Capitalism. Texas Lutheran University, Seguin, Texas, Sept. 1982.
Special Session on my book: Reading Capital Politically,Western Social Science Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 1980.
"Technology as Political Weaponry," American Association for the Advancement of Science," San Francisco, California, January 6, 1980.
Participation in Conference on the Diffused Factory, School of Architecture (w/Quaderni del Territorio) University of Milan, Milan, Italy, June 14th, 1979.
"The Interdependence of Food and Energy in S.E. Asia: A Global Perspective," paper presented to the Association of Asian Studies, panel of The Future of American Policy in S.E. Asia, Waldorf-AstoriaHotel, New York City, March 27, 1977.
"The Internationalization of Capital and the Mode of Production in Agriculture," presentation tothe Patna Seminar on the Political Economy of Agriculture, A.N.S. lnstitute of Social Studies, Patna, Bihar, India, February 12-14, 1976.
"Developpement du Milieu Rural Dans le Contexte International" presentation at the Symposium "Tier-Monde: Strategie de Developpement Rural" held by the Institut de Cooperation Internationale at the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, November 1974.
"The Contradictions of the Green Revolution," invited presentation to the Annual Meetings of the American Economic Association, May 1972.