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Dana Ward

Dana Ward is a professor of Political Studies at Pitzer College, where he founded and maintains the Anarchy Archives and has taught since 1982. He was the Executive Director of The International Society of Political Psychology from July 1998 to the Fall of 2004. Dana Ward received his BA from University of California, Berkeley, an MA in political science from The University of Chicago, and a double PhD in political science and psychology from Yale University. Ward also serves on the Psychology faculty at the Claremont Graduate University.


Publications

  • "Political reasoning and cognition: a Piagetian view,"
  • Review of "Emma Goldman: An Exceedingly Dangerous Woman," Mel Bucklin, Director, American Historical Review, October 2004, pp. 1248–49.
  • "Occupy, Resist, and Produce: Workers Take Control in Argentina", Divergences Vol.1, 4 (November 2006)
  • "Herbert Read's Aesthetic Politics: Art and Anarchy," in
  • "Alchemy in Clarens: Kropotkin and Reclus, 1877-1881." in New Perspectives on Anarchism. eds., Nathan Jun and Shane Wahl, Lexington Books, 2010.

External links

  • Homepage at Pitzer College
  • The Anarchist Archives
  • Ward's Response to the 2004 Re-election of President Bush
  • The International Society of Political Psychology
  • Houses designed and built by Dana Ward and family


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