At the 50th Year Anniversary Celebration of the the University of Michigan’s Residential College, I presented my “Reflections on 72 Years of Personal and Political History” — a talk that weaves together in an informal manner the story of my life and work.  And here is a video interview that I gave in late 2015, describing my career in the context of my long-term participation in the Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE).

For more detailed information about my academic career, see my biographical sketch, an autobiographical statement,and my Curriculum Vitae.  And for a retrospective view of my work as a radical political economist, see also my presentation to a Festschrift Conference in 2011.

I discuss the development of radical political economics in the U.S. in the following talk on “The Origin and Evolution of Radical Political Economics”(9/25/12). For a more formal and detailed set of reflections on this topic, see my “Reflections on 50 Years of Radical Political Economy” (published in the Review of Radical Political Economics, Fall 2014).

Here is some information about my last (and only sole-authored) book, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN THE UNITED STATES AND INDIA: A Comparative Perspective (2004), and my notes for a lecture based upon the book.

And here are links to a two-part collective report on a trip to China that I made in 1972 with 17 other members of “the First Friendship Delegation of American Radical Political Economists” to the People’s Republic of China.



You can access other work of mine — publications, talks, reports, etc., photography, and course syllabi — by clicking on the relevant button under the line near the top of this page.


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