My latest Socialist Academic Profile looks at Dr Chamsy el-Ojeili, a lecturer in sociology at Victoria University, Wellington.
El-Ojeili is the Sociology Department’s postgraduate coordinator.
His research specialties include;
Classical and contemporary sociological theory; political sociology; the sociology of development and globalisation; cultural studies.
His current research focuses on;
Post-Marxism and intellectuals; the work of Cornelius Castoriadis and Jacques Camatte; globalisation and politics.
El-Ojeili is the author of several riveting works including;
2005 “Critical Theories of Globalization.”
2003 “From Left Communism to Post-Modernism: Reconsidering Emancipatory Discourse.”
El-Ojeili is co- editor of the New Zealand Sociology Journal and is a contributing editor to the Alliance Party/Global Peace and Justice Auckland linked journal, Red and Green.
Do I hear Cameron feverishly typing up his transfer papers for a move from Auckland to Vic?
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Just strive to be good historian Cameron.
Do that and you’ll inevitably become a capitalist anyway.
No you don’t. We have socialist sociologists up here too. Are there any socialist historians teaching in Aotearoa? I wish there was an NZ equivalent of Howard Zinn. Maybe it should be something I strive to be in the future. 🙂