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                            DEEDEE HALLECK

        

           
             Media Activist / Founder, Paper Tiger TV
                       Co-Founder, Deep Dish TV
            Co-Founder, Democracy Now! Television

                      Author, Hand Held Visions                          

                              www.deepdishwavesofchange.blogspot.com


                                       www.deedeehalleck.org


                                         www.deepdishtv.org


                                          www.papertiger.org

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                               JOEL KOVEL

          

                                   

                            Scholar / Activist

                                     Author:

            

       "Overcoming Zionism - Creating a Single - 

             Democracy   in Israel and Palestine"

                

   "The Enemy of Nature: The End of Capitalism

                    or The End of the World"

  Editor of Journal: Capitalism Nature Socialism

                                            www.joelkovel.org

                                            jskovel@gmail.com

                                          jskovel@earthlink.net

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Bread & Puppet Theater

 

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DeeDee Halleck dhalleck@.ucsd.edu
www.deedeehalleck.org

PO Box 89
Willow NY, 12495

(Fed Ex address: 386 Sickler Road)

Voice (845) 679 2756

Fax: (845) 679 0769

 

DeeDee Halleck is a media activist and co-founder of Paper Tiger Television and the Deep Dish Satellite Network, the first grass roots community television network. She is Professor Emerita in the Department of Communication at the University of California at San Diego. Her first film, Children Make Movies(1961), was about a film-making project at the Lillian Wald Settlement in Lower Manhattan. Her film, Mural on Our Street wasnominated for Academy Award in 1965. She has led media workshops with elementary school children, reform school youth and migrant farmers.

In 1976 she was co-director of the Child-Made Film Symposium, which was a fifteen year assessment of media by youth throughout the world. As President of the Association of Independent Video and Film Makers (AIVF) in the seventies, she led a media reform campaign in Washington, testifying twice before the House Sub-Committee on Telecommunication. She has served as a trustee of the American Film Institute, Women Make Movies and the Instructional Telecommunications Foundation. She has authored numerous articles in Film Library Quarterly, Film Culture, High Performance, The Independent, Leonardo, Afterimage and other media journals. Her book, Hand Held Visions: the Impossible Possibilities of Community Media is published by Fordham University Press. She recently co-edited a book for M.E. Sharpe, publishers, entitled Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest.


As professor in the Department of Communications at the University of California, San Diego, Halleck taught courses in the history of telecomunications, telecommunications policy, production of television and the history of community media in the United States. Links to information about her courses can be found at:

http://communication.ucsd.edu/people/f_halleck.html


In 1989 she received a Guggenheim Fellowship for an ecological series for the Deep Dish Network. She received two Rockefeller Media Fellowships for The Gringo in Mañanaland, a feature film about stereotypes of Latin Americans in U.S. films, which was featured at the Venice Film Festival, the London Film Festival, a special jury prize at the Trieste Festival for Latin American Film, and first prize from the American Anthropological Association's Visual Anthropology Division. Her recent film, Ah! The Hopeful Pageantry of Bread and Puppet was shown at the Woodstock Film Festival, the Vermont Film Festival and the Dallas Video Festival. It will be premiering on Vermont Public Television in April, 2003.


She has received
three awards for life time achievement: The George Stoney Award from the Alliance for Community Media; The Life Time Achievement Award of the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture (NAMAC) and the Herbert Schiller Award from the 2003 Schmio Awards.


Her work has been featured in installations at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Austrian Triennial of Photography, the Wexner Center, the Gallery at the SanFrancisco Art Institute, the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, the Bellevue Art Museum and the Berkeley Art Museum. She co-coordinated a twelve part series on the prison industrial complex in the United States entitled, Bars and Stripes. She is a member of the MacBride Roundtable on International Communication, a member of the board of directors of the Instructional Telecommunications Foundation and a Board Member of Our Media, an international organization to promote citizens.


MEDIA


Halleck has been closely involved with the Independent Media Center movement. In 2001 she developed a television version of Democracy Now!, the Pacifica Network daily radio news series, which is now being shown daily in over 100 community cable channels and on the Dish Network to a total potential audience of 12 million viewers.

www.deepdishtv.org

www.papertiger.org

www.indymedia.org


Summer 2003 Resume


Founder/Development

ïDemocracy Now Television 2001-present

ïDeep Dish Television, 1986-present, (Co-founder), first national public access satellite network

ïPaper Tiger Television, 1981-present, video production and activism collective

ïLive Arts, 1968-1972, a multi arts (painting, film, video and theater) community organization, working with housing project tenants, migrant workers and parolees, Middletown, New York

ïHenry Street Settlement Film Club, 1965-1972 Pioneer media literacy/film making program on the Lower East Side, New York City

Employment History

2001-present : Professor Emerita, Department of Communication, University of California, San Diego

1986 to 2001: Professor, Department of Communication, UCSD

1991 Co-Coordinator of Gulf Crisis TV Project

1990-1991 Project Development, Satellite University Network, Center for Puerto Rican Studies, CUNY

1989 Visiting Professor, Bard College

1985-1986 Media Director, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University

1985, 1987, 1991 Artist-in-residence, Chicago Art Institute

1976 Co- coordinator, Minnewaska Conference on Child Made Films

1970-1985 Adjunct Professor, NYU Cinema Studies; CW Post, Long Island University; School of Visual Arts; Hunter College, CUNY

Teaching Awards

Latin Americanist of the Year, 1998, Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, UCSD Faculty of the Year , Disabled Students Association and the Office of Disabilities, UCSD, 1997

Selected Work

Words from the Tiers: The Pen Prison Writing Project, 2003, Director/Producer

Reverend Billyís Peace Revival, 2003, Executive Producer

Ah! The Hopeful Pageantry of Bread and Puppet, 2002, Co-Producer/Director

Showdown in Seattle: Five Days that Shook the WTO, 1999 Five programs @ 30:00,

Program Development, Satellite Distribution

The Last Graduation, 1997, 56:00, (Co-Producer)

Lock Down USA, 1996 (Co-Producer/Director)

Bars and Stripes, 1997, (Producer, Co-curator) 12 hour series on prison issues, Deep Dish TV

The Gringo in MaÒanaland, 1995, 61:00, compilation archival film (Producer/Director)

Stones' Throw: TV from Cuba: Island in Goliath's Sea,

1992, Four hour long compilations of Cuban TV, (Producer/Curator) Gulf Crisis TV Project, 1991, 10 half hour programs, (Co-Producer/Director)

Paper Tiger Television, 1981-present, 240 half-hour programs on the media (Founder/Co-Producer)

Barco de la Paz, 1984, made with the Fellowship of Reconciliation, (Producer/Director)

Haiti: Bitter Cane, 1983, feature film (Coo-director/Producer)

Haiti: Reasons to Flee, 1983, PBS special on Haitian Refugees, (Co-Producer/Director)

Bronx Baptism, 1980, documentary on Pentecostal Church in Bronx (Producer/Director)

Meadows Green, 1976, 28:00, documentary on Bread and Puppet (Co-Producer/Director)

Mural on Our Street, 1965, produced for Henry Street Settlement (Producer/Director)

Children Make Movies,1961, Lillian Wald Settlement (Producer/Director)


Partial List of Grants:

Soros Documentary Fund,1996

National Endowment on the Arts,1975, 1989

New York State Council on the Arts,1972, 1973, 1976, 1978-1989 (Paper Tiger/ Deep Dish), 1999

Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 1982

New York Council on the Humanities, 1984, 1986

Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship, 1987, 1990

Guggenheim Fellowship, 1989


Partial List of Awards and Festivals:

Mural on Our Street Nomination for Academy Award, 1965;

Cine Golden Eagle, 1965

The Meadows Green First Prize, Vermont Film Festival, 1977

Bronx Baptism Margaret Mead Festival, Global Village Festival, 1979,

Oberhausen Film Festival, 2000, Mostra Video Independente, Barcelona, 2000

Bitter Cane Cannes Film Festival, 2nd Prize, Journee Documentaire, Montreal Film Festival, First Prize, Margaret Mead Fest.,1983 First Prize, Antwerp International Film Festival, Belgium,1984 Jury Award, Festival dei Populi, Italy; Award of Merit, Latin American Studies Association; Silver Palm, Chicago Film Festival.

Waiting for the Invasion Global Village Festival, First Prize, 1984

AIVF Indie Award,1985

George Stoney Award, Alliance for Community Media,1993

Gulf Crisis TV Project Berlin Film Festival, Medienoperatif, 1991, Rotterdam International Festival, 1991, Whitney Biennial, Margaret Mead Festival,1997.

The Gringo in MaÒanaland Whitney Biennial, Venice Film Festival, London Film Festival, Trieste Festival of Latin American Film, Jury Prize, Mesilla Valley Film and Video Festival, First Prize; Director's Award, Black Maria Film Festival; Pamplona Video Festival; Barcelona Video Mostra; Bogota Video Festival,1996; Award of Commendation, American Anthropological Association, Annual Meeting,1999.

The Last Graduation, Opening Presentation at Jefferson Rotunda, University of Virginia, Virginia Festival of American Film, Charlottesville,1997. First Prize, Philadelphia International Film Festival; Jury Prize, Black Maria Festival.

Ah: The Hopeful Pageantry of Bread and Puppet, Vermont Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival, Dallas Video Festival


Partial List of Publications:

ìGMedia, Profit and Politics: Competing Priorities in an Open Society, Joseph Harper and Thom Yantek, editors Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest, co-editor, M. E. Sharp, 2003

Hand Held Visions: the Impossible Possibilities of Community Media, a collection of essays, Fordham University Press, Spring, 2002

ìDeeDee Halleck and Bob Herculesî, Art Out There..Toward a Publicly Engaged Art Practice, Edited by Jean Fulton, School of the Art Institute of Chicago,1996

ìLas imagenes contradictorias del Mexico de Gene Autry: Un analisis de dos Peliculasî, Mexico, Estados Unidos: Encuentros y desencuentros en el Cine, Ignacio Duran, Ivan Trujillo and Monica Verea, editors, Feb.,1996

ìGuerrilla Television, Examining Three Decades of Community Video Activismî, Museum of Modern Art,June 1997

ìThe Uses of Community Media: a Global Surveyî Paper presented to MacBride Roundtable,Oct., 1997

ìFrom Public Access to Geostationary Orbit: The Grass Roots Media of Paper Tiger Television and Deep Dish Community Networkî; World TV Forum, January 1998

ìRemembering Shirleyî Afterimage, Spring, 1998

ìGuerrillas in Our Midstî Afterimage, Fall, 1998

ìPerpetual Shadowsî for Erik Barnouw Festschrift, Wide Angle, Volume,1998

ìThe Gringo In MaÒanalandî in Them and Us: Catalogue for Virginia Festival of American Films,1998

"Close Comfort: Soft Ware for Hard Times", commissioned for Getty Center Web Page, Cyberpub Section, 1995

"Community Television from Geostationary Orbit",Leonardo: Journal of Arts and Technology, Volume 26, No. 5, 1994.

Halleck, Farkhondeh, Lucas Scott, ìThe Gulf Crisis TV Project Issue", Video Guide, Issue #53. Vancouver, Canada, Spring,1992

 

"Watch Out Dick Tracy: Popular Video in the Wake of the Exxon Valdez", Technoculture, Editor: Andrew Ross and Constance Penley, University of Minnesota Press,1991

"The Wild Things on the Banks of the Free Flow" in Illuminating Video, Aperture Books, Doug Hall & Sally Jo Pfiffer, Editors,1991.

"Otherwise: If You Live in Houses of Babel, Learn How to Sling Stones", Bellagio Symposium,1989.

"History Will Dissolve Us; Time Base Correction", Keynote at Media Alliance Conference,1989.

"Arguments for the Appropriation of Television", High Performance, Summer, 1987. "Children Make Movies", Screen Education, London,1963

"Two Examples of Film Work by Children", Film Culture, #25, 1964


Cyber Publications and Web Development

Deep Dish TV http://www.igc.org/deepdish, 1995-present

Critical Resistance http://www.prisonactivist.org,1998

Interview, Brillo Web Magazine, http://www.brillo.org,1997

Interview, Crash Media Web Magazine, http:,1998


Selected Reviews:

Amy Taubin, ìPaper Tiger Televisionî, Village Voice, April 4, 1989. P 41.

Liz Kotz, ìTVís War on Reality, San Francisco Weekly, January 24, 1990. p. 1.

ìUn Debat sobre las televisiones locales cerro la Muestra de Video en Getxo.î April 8, 1990. P 1, Egin, Algorta, Spain;

ìFearless TV.î San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 2,1990.

William Boddy, ìAlternative Television in the United Statesî, Screen 31:1, Spring 1990, London, UK. p 91-101.

Clemencia Ferreyros, ìLatino Collaborative Featured in Deep Dish Series. ì Media Active: Covering Alternative Media, Spring, 1990

Wanda Bershen, ìAlternative TV in the Belly of the Beast.î Catalogue, Montbellaird Conference on Local Television, Montbellaird France, June 1990.

ìThe Age of Satellite Programmingî, College Broadcaster, Volume 2 #2, October, 1990. P 7-16.

Judith Mayne, ìFeminisms Does Media Activism: An Interview with DeeDee Halleckî Feminisms, P 3-5, May 1990.

ìGulf Crisis TV Projectî, Texte Zer Kunst, Cologne, Germany, Spring 1991.

Marisa Bowe, Video Times, Spring 1991. ìUnderground Videoî P 52-57

Paul Smart, ìPaper Tiger in Your Tankî,Woodstock Times, January 3, 1991.

Amy Taubin, ìTalking Back to Television: The Gulf Crisis TV Projectî,Village Voice, March 5, 1991. p. 19.

Linda Fuller, Community Television in the United States (p.53-55).

Ralph Engleman, Public Radio and Television in America, (Sage Publishers, 1996)

Mwalimu, "Radical Television: DeeDee Halleck's On a New Vanguard", Mountain Herald, Catskill, NY, August 17, 1995

Joanna Spitzer, Nathalie Murrah, and Jennifer Gillespie, ìDeeDee Halleckî, Matrilineage: Women Art and Change, Syracuse University, . October 1991

ìDeep Dish debuts series on censorship questionsî Current, March 16, 1992.

Edinburgh International Television Festival Daily, August 30, 1992. ìFactual Programming on the Edgeî. P. 21.11 #3,

Gringo in MaÒanaland: Exhibition Artists Television Access, San Francisco, California, 1995

Austrian Union of Students, Vienna, Austria, 1996

Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, California, 1995

Bread and Puppet Circus, Glover, Vermont, 1995

Cafe Cafe Film Series, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, 1996

Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA, December, 1995

Context Studios Film Series, New York, NY, 1995

Cornell Cinema, Ithaca, New York, 1996

Downey Museum, Los Angeles, California Latin American Festival, Duke University, NC, November, 1995

Welcome to the Neighborhood: American Culture at Home and Abroad, Getty Research Center for the History of Art and the Humanities Series, Freespeech TV, 1996

Annual Convention of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Chicago, 1996

Huntington Beach Art Center, November, 1996

Caribbean and Latin America Support Project, Highland, New York, December, 1996

Ithaca College and the Experimental Television Centerís Women Direct Series, April, 1997

The Light Factory, Public Photography Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina Loyola University Biever Guest Lecture and Screening, New Orleans, 1996

Museum of Modern Art, New Documentaries, November, 1996

911 Media Arts Center, Seattle, Washington, 1996 North Gallery, California State University Northridge, 1996

Norwegian Film Institute, 1996

Pacific Film Archives, University Museum, Berkeley, March, 1996

Northwest Film Center, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon

Quinzena d'Art de Montesquiu, Pamplona, Spain

Centro de Documentacion, Centro de Investigacion para la Paz, Madrid, Spain

Electronic Arts Performance Series, Rensselaer Department of the Arts, iEAR, Troy, New York

CASA Romero Interfaith Center, Temple University, Philadelphia University of Texas,

Austin, Benefit for SubText Journal, 1995

Centre Cultural de la Fundacio la Caixa, Vic, Spain

Reorganizing Women's Works, Women's Center, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Wespac, Westchester People's Action Center, White Plains, NY, 1996

Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio, 1996

Paper Tiger Installations Whitney Museum, NYC, February-March, 1985

Wexner Center for the Arts, November 1990-January 1991; Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio.

Chicago Art Institute, May 1991

San Francisco Arft Institute Gallery, September, 1992

Neuw Gallerie, Graz, Austria, 1992, Austrian Triennial of Photography, Steirescher Herbst Image World: Art and Media Culture, Whitney Museum. November, 1990. Screenings. ì...Will be Televised: Video Documents from Asiaî, International Center of Photography, November 16, 1990-January 13, 1991. Installation and exhibition.


Stone's Throw Installations

"Stoneís Throw: TV From Cuba, Island in Goliathís Sea", November 8-10, 1990 Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts.

"Stoneís Throw: TV From Cuba, Island in Goliathís Sea", April, Artists' Space, NYC


Bars and Stripes: Installations

Virginia Festival of American Film, Gallery Neo, Charlottesville, VA

Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, Claremont CA, Sept-Oct 1998


Community Service

Testimony to the House Sub Committee on Communication, 1978, 1979

Board Member, Videazimut, International Coalition for Audiovisuals for Development and Democracy, 1993-1996

President, Association of Independent Video & Filmmakers, 1977-82, Advocacy Committee, Board of Directors 1999-present

Trustee of American Film Institute, 1979-1981

Board Member, Deep Dish Television, 1986-present

Representative at UNESCO Conference on Youth and Film, Paris, 1976

Member MacBride Roundtable for Democratic Communications

Board of Advisors, Our Media

Articles: Halleck, DeeDee, "Cyber Activism, Independents and the PBS Fortress: can the tactics of Seattle apply?" (soon to be available at Independent Media Center

Halleck, DeeDee, "Resource Allocation in Independent Media Production: Problems and Prospects"

Halleck, DeeDee, "Zapatistas On Line"

Halleck, DeeDee, "The Grassroots Media of Paper Tiger Television and the Deep Dish Satellite Network," Crash Media, issue 2, May 1998. Halleck, DeeDee, "Perpetual Shadows" for Erik Barnouw Festschrift, Wide Angle Volume, 1998.

Halleck, DeeDee, "Guerillas in Our Midst" Afterimage, The Journal of Media Arts and Criticism, vol. 26(2) Fall, 1998.

Halleck, DeeDee, "Remembering Shirley" Afterimage, The Journal of Media Arts and Criticism Spring, 1998.

Halleck, DeeDee, "From Public Access to Geostationary Orbit: The Grass Roots Media of Paper Tiger Television and Deep Dish Community Network"; United Nations World Forum, January 1998.

Halleck, DeeDee, "Las imagenes contradictorias del Mexico de Gene Autry: Un analisis de dos Peliculas", Mexico Estados Unidos: Encuentros y desencuentros en el Cine, Ignacio Duran, Ivan Trujillo and Monica Verea, editors, 1996 

"DeeDee Halleck and Bob Hercules", Art Out There..Toward a Publicly Engaged Art Practice, Edited by Jean Fulton, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1996.

 

Interviews:
Interview with DeeDee Halleck
by Jakob Weingartner
www.democracynow.org
 

DeeDee Speaking to Paper Tiger about Mainstream Medial

DeeDee on Television House (streaming audio interview)  Paper Tiger Television, 6:19 min Dee Dee Halleck For the last fifteen years, thousands of Manhattan Cable subscribers have enjoyed the intelligent, irreverent, ultra-low-budget antics of Paper Tiger Television.

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Communication 110: Cinema in Latin America (winter 1999)
Communication 110: Cinema in Latin America (winter 1998)

Communication 175: Special Topics In Communication: Media In Cuba

 

 
 

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OVERCOMING ZIONISM

'This book is absolutely fundamental for those who reject the unfortunate confusion between Jews, Judaism, Zionism and the State of Israel -- a confusion which is the basis for systematic manipulation by the imperialist power system. It convincingly argues in favour of a single secular state for Israelis and Palestinians as the only democratic solution for the region.' Samir Amin, Director of the Third World Forum

University of Michigan Press to Continue Publishing Joel Kovel's "Overcoming Zionism" After Initially Dropping Book Due to Rightwing Criticism DemocracyNow! Video 10/29/2007

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ANNOUNCING HIS LATEST BOOKS:

OVERCOMING ZIONISM

THE ENEMY OF NATURE

HISTORY AND SPIRIT


Selected writings:

The Trouble With Zionism

On Left anti-Semitism and the special status of Israel

Reflections on 9/11

An ecosocialist manifesto

Zionism's Bad Conscience

Passage To India

Beyond The Deadly Dance

The Yo-yo theory of just war

Reflections on September 11

A Socialism For The Next Epoch

The Fossils Sieze Power

THE UNITED STATES MILITARY MACHINE

John Paul II

Dear reader, herein you will find a sampling of my scribblings and obsessions. What value they have derives from immersion in the great crisis of our time: the struggle between global capital, on the one side, and humanity and nature, on the other. I began my activism and writing in the sixties, opposing racism and the US wars in Indochina, and continue today, as the struggle is increasingly waged in terms of capital's assault on ecologies. Looking back, I see a string of defeats; yet I would not have us despair, for though the road is long and hard, the journey is worth taking. I hope that you will find the contents of this website helpful as you travel on.

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Joel Kovel was born in 1936, in Brooklyn, NY, and spent his early years there and on Long Island. He attended Yale College and then studied medicine at Columbia University (MD, 1961) and psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, eventually becoming Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Residency Training at that institution. He also holds a diploma in psychoanalysis from the Downstate Medical Center Institute. After practicing psychiatry and psychoanalysis for twenty four years, he left these professions in the mid-1980s, in part because of dissatisfaction with the health care system. Since 1988 he has been Professor of Social Studies at Bard College, Annandale, NY.

Joel Kovel is both a scholar and an activist. In the former capacity he has published nine books and over a hundred articles and reviews. His books include White Racism, which was nominated for a National Book Award in 1972; A Complete Guide to Therapy; The Age of Desire (in which his work in the psychiatric-psychoanalytic system is detailed); Against the State of Nuclear Terror; In Nicaragua; The Radical Spirit; History and Spirit(1991); Red Hunting in the Promised Land (1994), a study of anticommunist repression in America; and The Enemy of Nature: The End of Capitalism or The End of the World (Zed, 2002). Since 2003 he has been Editor-in-Chief of the quarterly journal, Capitalism Nature Socialism.
As an activist, Joel Kovel has been engaged in struggles for peace and justice since the Vietnam War era. He has worked within the antiwar and antinuclear movements, the solidarity movements in Central America and the Caribbean, the movements for democratic media, and, increasingly, for ecological transformation. He lived in Nicaragua for a period in 1986, and accompanied Pastors for Peace as they broke the US blockade on Cuba in their 1994 Friendshipment. He has acted in films, worked frequently with the Bread and Puppet theatre, and lectured on four continents.
Kovel joined the Green Party since 1990. In 1998, he was the Green Party candidate for US Senator from New York, and in 2000 sought their Presidential nomination.
Kovel is married, has three children, three stepchildren and five grandchildren. He lives in Willow, a rural district of Woodstock, in Ulster County.


 

Born: August 27, 1936
Married, three children

EDUCATION
1957 B.S., Summa cum Laude, Yale University, Phi Beta Kappa, Junior Year
1961 M.D., Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Alpha Omega Alpha
1977 Graduate, Psychoanalytic Institute, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York
MAJOR PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
1977-83 Director of Residency Training, Department of Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1979-86 Professor of Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1980-85 Adjunct Professor of Anthropology, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research, New York, NY
1986-87 Visiting Professor of Political Science and Communications, University of California, San Diego
1988- 2003 Alger Hiss Professor of Social Studies, Bard College, Annandale, NY 12504; since 2003, Distinguished Professor of Social Studies
Spring 1990 Visiting Lecturer, San Diego State University
Winter 1993 Visiting Professor of Communication, University of California, San Diego
Professor, Saybrook Institute, San Francisco, CA
2003 Editor in Chief, Capitalism, Nature, Socialism



Other works by Joel Kovel
1. White Racism: A Psychohistory, New York, Pantheon, 1970. Second edition, New York, Columbia University Press, 1984 (with a new Introduction). Third edition, London, Free Association Books (with an additional introduction by Ivan Ward). Nominated for National Book Award in Religion and Philosophy, 1972.
2. A Complete Guide to Therapy, New York, Pantheon, 1976; Paperbook edition, 1977. Re-issued in 1987 with a new Introduction. Also published in England (Harmondsworth, Penguin); Holland (Antwerp, Bruna); Italy (Rome, Astrolabio); Sweden (Stockhom, Prisma); and Germany (Frankfurt, Campus Verlag--reissued in 1984).
3. The Age of Desire: Case Histories of a Radical Psychoanalyst, New York, Pantheon, 1981. Published in Italy (1985), Rome, Astrolabio, in Turkey, 2000, Ayrinti Yayinlari.
4. Against the State of Nuclear Terror, London, Pan, 1983. Revised edition, Boston, South End, 1984.
5. The Radical Spirit: Essays on Psychoanalysis and Society, Free Association Books, London, 1988. Distributed by Columbia University Press. Selected as a "Choice Outstanding Academic Book" for 1989.
6. In Nicaragua, Free Association Books, London, 1988. Distributed by Columbia University Press.
7. History and Spirit, Boston: Beacon Press, 1991.
Turkish edition; 1996, Second edition, 2000, Ayrinti Yayinlari. Second Edition, Essential Books, 1998.
8. Red Hunting in the Promised Land, New York: Basic Books, 1994. Second edition, Cassell, London, 1997.
The Enemy of Nature, 2002, Zed Books, London. Tulika Books, New Delhi, 2004; in press, Metis Publications, Istanbul.
10. in progress, Beyond Zionism
ARTICLES
1. "A Psychoanalytic Study of Hucklebery Finn," with Jose Barchilon, M.D., Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Vol 14, 1966, 775-814.
2. "New Directions in Psychiatric Education at Albert Einstein College of Medicine," Seminars in Psychiatry, Vol. 2, 1970, 176-188.
3. "Reflections on the History of American Racism," Civil Rights Digest, Vol. 4, 1971, 27-37.
4. "A Psychohistorical Perspective on the Indochina War," Social Policy, July-August, 1972.
5. "On Reading Madame Bovary Psychoanalytically," Seminars in Psychiatry, Vol. 5, 1973, 331-345.
6. "The Castration Complex Reconsidered," in Jean Strouse, ed.,Women in Analysis: Dialogue on Psychoanalytic Views of Femininity, New York, Grossman, 1974, 133-146; reprinted, Boston, G.K. Hall, 1985.
7. "Erik Erikson's Psychohistory," Social Policy, Vol 4, March-April, 1974, 60-64.
8. "The Marxist View of Man and Psychoanalysis," Social Research, Vol. 43, #2, 1976, 220-245.
9. "Therapy in Late Capitalism," Telos, #30, Winter 1976-77, 73-92.



10. "Are Theories Value-Free?", in R. Stern, L.S. Horowitz and J. Lynes, eds., Science and Psychotherapy, New York, Haven, 1977, 169-176.
11. "Othello," in Maynard Solomon, ed., Myth, Creativity, Psychoanalysis: Essays in Honor of Harry Slochower, Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1978, 113-119.
12. "Things and Words: Metapsychology and the Historical Point of View," Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, Vol. I, 1978, 21-88.
13. "Rationalization and the Family," Telos, #37, Fall, 1978, 5-22. Reprinted in Barry Richards, ed., Capitalism and Infancy: Essays on Psychoanalysis and Politics, London, Free Association Books, 1984, 102-121; and in Adolph Reed, Jr., ed., Race, Politics and Culture: Critical Essays on the Radicalism of the 1960s, New York, Greenwood Press, 1986, 207-226.
14. "Varieties of Antipsychiatry," The Sciences, Jan. 1979, 26-29.
15. "Psychoanalysis Today," Partisan Review, Vol. 46, #4, 1979, 502-510.
16. "The American Mental Health Industry," in David Ingleby, ed., Critical Psychiatry, New York, Pantheon, 1980, 72-101. Published in England, by Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, 1981. Translated by Mario Conci as "L'industria americana della salute mentale," Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane, Vol. XX, #4, 1986, 3-42.
17. "Marx and Freud," in Mel Albin, ed., New Directions in Psychohistory: The Adelphi Papers in Honor of Erik Erikson, Lexington, Heath, 1980, 21-26.
18. "Narcissism and the Family," Telos, #44, Summer, 1980, 88-101.
19. "Looking Better and Worse at the Same Time," Social Policy, Vol. 11, 1980, 10-11.
20. "Mind and State in Ancient Greece," Dialectical Anthropology,
Vol. 5, 1981, 305-316.
21. "Values, Interests and Psychotherapy," The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 42, 1982, 109-119.
22. "Psychoanalyst in New York," in Bernard Rosenberg and Ernest Goldstein, eds., Creators and Disturbers: Reminiscences by Jewish Intellectuals of New York, New York, Columbia University Press, 1982, 234-246.
23. "Theses on Technocracy," Telos, #54, Winter 1982-83, 155-161.
24. "From Despair to Action: Reckoning With the Nuclear Mentality," WIN, Vol. 19, 1983, 4-7.
25. "Must We Learn to Love the Bomb?" The Times (London) Higher Educational Supplement, 7/22/83, 11.
26. "Marx on the Jewish Question," Dialectical Anthropology, Vol. 8, 1983, 31-46.
27. "The City and Race," (with Alvin Poussaint and Gil Noble), in James Polshek, ed.,The Vision and Reality of the American City, New York, KCG Productions, 1983, 77-98.
28. "Religion and Emancipation," Telos, #58, Winter, 1983-84, 135-138.
29. "From Reich to Marcuse," in Sonya Sayres, et. al., eds., The Sixties Without Apology, Minneapolis, The University of Minnesota Press, Social Text, 1984, 258-261.
30. "On Being A Marxist Psychoanalyst (and a Psychoanalytic Marxist)," Free Associations, (London), Pilot Issue, 1984, 149-154.
31. "L'Aigle Plane Sur Le Nicaragua," Les Temps Modernes, #461, Decembre, 1984, 1146-1169. Published (revised), as "The Eagle Hovers Over Nicaragua," Old Westbury Review, Vol. 1, #1, May 1985, 5-20.
32. "Cryptic Notes on Revolution and the Spirit," Emergency, (London), #3, 1985, 34-39. The Old Westbury Review , Vol. 1, #2, Fall, 1986, 23-34.
33. "The Vatican Strikes Back," Monthly Review, Vol. 36, #11, April, 1985, 14-27.
34. "Why Freud or Reich?" Free Associations, #4, Jan., 1986, 80-99.
35. "Class, Power, and the State," Monthly Review, Vol. 37, #8, Jan., 1986, 23-38.
36. "Marx, Freud, and the Problem of Materialism," Dialectical Anthropology, Vol. 10, 1986, 179-188.
37. "The Theocracy of John Paul II," Socialist Register, 1987, 428-479.
38. "Watching Aqui in Esta Esquina," Program Catalogue, Artist's Space: TV Sandino, February, 1987, 8-13.
39. "A Bad Neighbor Policy," Blueprint for Social Justice, Vol, XL, No. 9, May, 1987.
40. "Schizophrenic Being and Technocratic Society," in David Michael Levin, ed., Pathologies of the Modern Self, New York, New York University Press, 1987, 330-348.
41. "On the Notion of Human Nature: A Contribution Towards a Philosophical Anthropology," in S. Messer, L. Sass, and R. Woolfolk, eds., Hermeneutical Approaches to Psychology, New Brunswik, Rutgers University Press, 1988, 370-99.
42. "A Critique of DSM-III", Research in Law, Deviance and Social Control, Vol. 9, 1988, 125-144.
43. "The Victims of Anticommunism," Z, Vol 1, No. 1, January, 1988, 84-89.
44. "Jimmy Swaggart's Crystal Palace," Z, Vol 1, No. 4, April, 1988.
45. "On Violence and Nonviolence," Z, Vol 1, No. 6-7, July-Aug, 1988.
46. "Oh Psy, Can You See?," Z, Vol 1, No. 10, October, 1988.
47. Statement on Richard Serra's Tilted Arc , in Richard Serra's Tilted Arc , eds., Clara Weyergraf-Serra and Martha Buskirk (Van Abbemuseum, 1988), 93-94.
48. "Two Spiritual Revolutionaries," Monthly Review, Vol. 40, No. 8, January, 1989, 22-34.
49. "The Therapy of Politics, the Politics of Therapy," Z, Vol. 2, No. 3, March, 1989.
50. "Reply to Caffentzis," Social Text, #22 Spring, 1989 142-146.
51. "The Embracing Vision of Joseph Needham," Science as Culture #5, 1989, 50-70.
52. "Desiring Speech," Z, July-August, 1989.
53. "Beginning to See the End of Apartheid," Z, November, 1989.


54. “Human Nature, Freedom and Spirit,” in John Clark ed., Renewing the Earth (London: GreenPrint, 1990), 137-152.
55. "Beyond the Future of an Illusion: Further Reflections on Freud and Religion," Psychoanalytic Review, 77 (1990), 69-88.
56. "The Antidialectic of Pornography," in Michael Kimmel, ed., Men Confront Pornography, (New York: Crown, 1990), 153-67.
57. "Liberation Theology/Liberation Spirituality," Z, February, 1990.
58. "The Worst Man in the World," Z, June, 1990, 101-4.
59. Article, "Anticommunism," in The Encyclopedia of the American Left, eds. Mary Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, Dan Georgakas (New York and London: Garland, 1990).
60. “Marxism and Psychoanalysis--an Exchange with Ian Craib, Radical Philosophy 55, Summer 1990, 25-30.
61. “J. Edgar Hoover,” Z, October, 1990
62. “Love Hubert, He Was a Liberal,” Z, November, 1991.
63. "Speaking Truth to Power," in Essays in Honor of Max Charlesworth, Douglas Kirsner, ed., Meanjin [Melbourne], 50: 1991, 447-462.
64. "Anticommunism and the Denial of the Primitive," in Christine Gailey, ed.Dialectical Anthropology: Essays in Honor of Stanley Diamond, Volume I, Civilization in Crisis, Gainsville, Univerity of Florida Press, 1992, 353-61.
65. Articles: “Freud,” “Reich.” in Robert Benewick and Philip Green, eds, The Routledge Dictionary of Twentieth Century Political Thinkers, London, Routledge, 1992.
66. “Post-Communist Anticommunism in America,” Socialist Register 1992, 254-69.
67. "Reflections on the Fall of Communism," Z, February, 1992.
68. "Naming and Conquest," Monthly Review, Vol 44, No.3, July-August, 1992, 49-60.
69. "Commentary on Marcuse and Ecology," Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, #11, Sept, 1992, 40-42.
70. “The Meeting of Psychoanalysis and Religion,” in Ivan Ward, ed., Is Psychoanalysis another Religion?, London, Freud Museum Publications, 1993, 15-21
71. “The Marriage of Radical Ecologies,” in Michael Zimmerman, ed., Environmental Philosophy, (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1993), 406-417.
72. “Remembering Ralph Miliband,” Monthly Review, Vol 46, No. 4, Sept, 1994, 51-58.
73. “Red-Green Politics in the U.S., Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, #20, December, 1994, 1-4.
74. Foreword: Rainer Funk, ed., The Erich Fromm Reader (NJ: Humanities Press, 1994) vii-xii.
75. “Freudianism and its Discontents: A Reply to Eli Zaretsky,” Tikkun, 9:71-72,87, May/June 1994
76. “Psychoanalysis and Racism,” in Anthony Elliott and Stephen Frosh, eds., Psychoanalysis in Contexts (London: Routledge, 1995), 205-222.
77. Monthly column: “Notes From Willow,” Woodstock Journal, 1995-1997.
78. “Ecological Marxism and Dialectic,” Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, #24, December, 1995, 31-50.
79. “Negating Bookchin,” in Murray Bookchin, Nature’s Prophet, CNS/CPE Pamphlet #5 (Santa Cruz, CA: 1996), 1-33. Published in Capitalism Nature Socialism, Vol 8: 1997, 3-36; and in Andrew Light, ed, Social Ecology After Bookchin (NY: Guilford, 1999)
“Dispatches from the Science Wars,” Social Text #46-47, 1996, 167-176.
81. “Istvan Meszaros’ Beyond Capital" Monthly Review, March, 1997
82. “The Enemy of Nature,” Monthly Review, Sept, 1997.
83. “Comments on John Clark’s Social Ecology,” Capitalism Nature Socialism March 1998.
84. “Dialectic as Praxis,” Science and Society, 1998.
“The Spectre Redefined,” in Conference Proceedings, 150th anniversary of the Communist Manifesto, Espaces Marx, Paris, 1998; Socialism and Democracy (#23-24, 1998, pp105-114).
Biweekly column, "From Left Field," Woodstock Times, April - September, 1999.
"So You Want to be a Senator?" Z January, 1999.
"The Justifiers," Capitalism Nature Socialism December, 1999.
"Poetry After the Holocaust," Dialectical Anthropology 24: 239-253, 1999.
"El enimgo de la naturaleza," in Carlos Jésus Delgado Díaz, ed, Cuba Verde (Editorial José Martí: Havana, 1999), 219-230.
"Beyond the World Trade Organization," Synthesis/Regeneration 21, Winter, 2000, 6-9.
"Beyond Populism," Synthesis/Regeneration 22, Spring, 2000, 2-3.
various campaign statements, 1998, 2000: HYPERLINK http://www.greens.org/ny/kovel www.greens.org/ny/kovel
"Reflections on a dialectical ecology," in Andrew Light and Mechthild Nagel, eds, Race, Class, and Community Identity, (Amherst, NY: Humanity Books, 2000), 148-156.
"Comments on Alain Liepetz," Capitalism Nature Socialism Vol 11(2), June, 2000, 67-71.
"The Struggle for Use Value," Capitalism Nature Socialism, ,Vol 11 (2), June, 2000, 3-22.
"Reflections on White Racism," Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10/4, July 2000.
Preface to 2d edition Raya Dunayevskaya, Marxism and Freedom (Amherst, NY: Humanity Books, 2000).
"Global Warming and Realo/Fundi Greens" Z, February, 2001, 39-44.
“A Materialism Worthy of Nature,” Capitalism Nature Socialism, Vol 12 (2), June, 2001, 73-84.
“The Fossils Seize Power,” Against the Current, Vol XVI, Sept-October, 2001, 14-16.
Reply to Burkett, Capitalism Nature Socialism, Vol 12 (3), Sept, 2001, 145-7.
“Groundworks,” a column. Tikkun Jan, March, May, 2002, Jan 2003.
(with Michael Lowy) “An Ecosocialist Manifesto,” Capitalism Nature Socialism March, 2002, 1-3.
“Zionism’s Bad Conscience,” Tikkun, Sept-Oct, 2002, 21-24.
“La Lección de Johannesburgo,” Tesis 11 (Buenos Aires), Nov-Dec 2002, 36-37.
“Passage in India”, Capitalism Nature Socialism, Dec, 2002, 103-120.
“The United States Military Machine,” Chronogram, Feb., 2003
“The Dialectics of Radical Ecology,” Capitalism Nature Socialism, March, 2003, 75-87.
“The US Anti-War Movement,” Khanya (Johannesburg, RSA), #3 March, 2003, 34-36.
“Left Anti-Semitism and the Special Status of Israel,” Tikkun, May-June, 2003, 45-51.
“Racism and Ecology,” Socialism and Democracy, #33 Vol 17 #1, Summer 2003.
“Un socialiisme pour les temps nouveaux,” in Jean-Marie Harribey and Michael, Löwy, eds., Capital contre nature, Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 2003, 149-154.
“Los alquimistas de la potencia dominante,” Tesis 11 July-August 2003, 10-11.
“The Trouble With Zionism,” Chronogram, March, 2004, 10-12.


REVIEWS
1. In The Service of Their Country: War Resisters in Prison, by Willard Gaylin. New York Times Book Review, 7/5/70.
2. "On the New History," review of History and Human Survival, by Robert Jay Lifton. Psychiatry and Social Science Review, Vol. 4, #9, 7/14/70, 2-8.
3. Frederick Taylor: A Study in Personality and Innovation, by Sudhir Kakar; and The First Henry Ford: A Study in Personality and Business Leadership, by Anne Jardim. New York Times Book Review, 2/14/71.
4. "Interpreting the Literary Unconscious," Essay-review of Psychoanalysis and Literary Process , ed., Frederick Crews; and The Dynamics of Literary Response , by Norman Holland. Psychiatry and Social Science Review, Vol. 5. #8, 7/24/71, 20-27.
5. Not by the Color of Their Skin, by Marjorie McDonald. Bulletin, Psychoanalytic Association of New York, Summer, 1971, 10-11.
6. Mary Barnes: Two Accounts of a Journey Through Madness, by Joseph Berke. New York Times Book Review, 7/2/72.
7. A Psychiatrist's Head, by Martin Shepard, New York Times Book Review, 10/8/72.
8. "Unhappy Families," review of Pathwways to Madness, by Jules Henry. Psychotherapy and Social Science Review , 12/22/72, 18-22.
9. Man's Aggression, by Gregory Rochlin, New York Times Book Review, 3/18/72.
10. Marx, Freud, and the Critique of Everyday Life: Toward a Permanent Cultural Revolution, by Bruce Brown. Liberation, 12/73.
11. Overview of the Psychotherapies, ed., Gene Usdin. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , Vol. 26, #12, 12/75, 835-836.
12. Neurosis and Civilization, by Michael Schneider. Telos, #27, Spring, 1976, 185-195.
13. "Freud the Revolutionary," review of Social Amnesia, by Russell Jacoby. Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. 63, 1976, 171-177.
14. The Nuremberg Mind, by Florence Miale and Michael Selzer, New York Times Book Review, 2/8/76.
15. The Age of Sensation, by Herbert Hendin, Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Vol. 46, 1977, 695-698.
16. "Robert Coles' Fate," review of The Mind's Fate, by Robert Coles. The Nation, 9/25/76, 280-282.
17. The Scientific Credibility of Freud's Theories and Therapy, by Seymour Fisher and Roger Greeenberg, The Sciences, Vol. 18, #1, 1978, 24-26.
18. "Psycho-Dabble," review of Out in Inner Space, by Stephen Appelbaum, The Sciences, Vol. 19, #9, 1979, 28-30.
19. "Driving Out the Middle Ground," review of Victims of Democracy: Malcolm X and the Black Revolution, by Victor Wolfenstein, The Nation, 5/23/81, 644-645.
20, "Mystifications of the Couch," review of Psychoanalysis, the Impossible Profession, by Janet Malcolm, The Nation, 9/12/81, 214-216.
21. "Western Marxism," review of Dialectic of Defeat: Contours of Western Marxism, by Russell Jacoby, Monthly Review, Vol. 34, #7, 12/82, 56-63.
22. Humanistic Psychology, eds., Joseph Royce and Leendert Mos, Dialectical Anthropology, Vol. 6, 1982, 357-360.
23. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: DSM-III. The Einstein Journal of Biology and Medicine, Vol. 1, 1982, 103-104.
24. "A Reading of Marxism," review of Four Lectures on Marxism, by Paul Sweezy, Monthly Review, Vol. 35, #2, 6/83, 49-56.
25. "Marxism and Christianity," review of Marxism: An American Christian Perspective, by Arthur McGovern, Monthly Review, Vol. 36, #2, June, 1984, 49-57.
26. "Sins of the Fathers," review of The Assault on Truth, by Jeffrey Masson; and In the Freud Archive, by Janet Malcolm, Free Associations, #1, April, 1985, 113-124.
27. "The Doctor's Dilemma," review of The Final Epidemic, Ruth Adams and Susan Cullen, eds., PsychCritique, Vol. 1, #1, April, 1985, 105-107.
28. Delusion, by James Glass, Hospital and Community Psychiatry, Vol. 37, #1, Jan. 1986, 82.
29. "Constructing Reality," review of The Rise and Fall of the Bulgarian Connection, by Edward S. Herman and Frank Brodhead, Monthly Review, Vol. 38, #11, 1987, 52-57.
30. “The Manufacture of Terrorism,” review of The “Terrorism” Industry. by Edward Herman and Gerry O’Sullivan, Monthly Review, Vol 43 #6, 1991, 52-56.
31. Meat: A Natural Symbol by Nick Fiddes, Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, #13, March, 1993, 137-38.
32. Women and the Environment, Annabel Rodda, ed., Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, #14, June, 1993, 136-137.
33. Marxism and Spirituality, Ben Page, ed. Monthly Review, March 1994.
34. Psychoanalytic Marxism , by Victor Wolfenstein, Psychoanalytic Psychology, 11 (4) 575-581, 1994.
35. Lynne Chancer, Sadism, Tikkun 1994
36. James Blaut, The Colonizers View of the World, Monthly Review, January, 1996.
37. Ignacio Martín-Baró, Writings for a Liberation Psychology, Monthly Review, September, 1996.
38. Charles Strozier, ed, The Year 2000, The Psychohistory Review, April, 1998.
39. Arran Gare, Nihilism, Inc., Capitalism Nature Socialism March, 1998
David Chalmers, The Conscious Mind, Science and Society, (1999).
Richard Powers, Gain, Capitalism Nature Socialism (Sept 1999)
Richard Lichtman, Dying in America, Tikkun, July-August, 2002, 73-74.
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Other Activities
Editorial Associate, Telos (1974-1985), Free Associations, The Psychohistory Review, Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, Dialectical Anthropology, Referee, Hospital and Community Psychiatry.
Numerous lectures, panels, interviews, radio and television broadcasts in the U.S., Canada, U.K., South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, France, India, Australia, and Turkey.
Film acting: Sigmund's Freud's Dora (1979), Born In Flames (1983), Fresh Kills (1994).
Co-Producer, Waiting for the Invasion: U.S. Citizens in Nicaragua, awarded Best Video, Global Village Documentary Festival, 1984.
Author and Narrator, “The Pequot Massacre,” Bread and Puppet Circus, Ninth Street Theatre, 1991
Awarded Fellowship, the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, 1987: "A Critique of Spirituality." (History and Spirit )
Lecture, “Blake and the Radical Spirit,” London, The Tate Gallery, October, 1991.
Honorary Degree: Doctor of Humane Letters, The Saybrook Institute, San Francisco, June, 1992. Commencement speaker.
Board of Directors, Great Small Works Theatre, 1998-present.
Candidate for US Senate from New York, The Green Party, 1998.
Candidate for nomination for President of the United States, The Green Party, 2000.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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