J.P. Linstroth

J. P. Linstroth is a former Fulbright Scholar to Brazil. His recent book, Epochal Reckonings (2020), is the 2019 Winner of the Proverse Prize. He has a PhD (D.Phil.) from the University of Oxford. He is the author of Marching Against Gender Practice: Political Imaginings in the Basqueland (2015) and, most recently, author of Politics and Racism Beyond Nations: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Crises (2022).

Why Russia Needs Brazil and Vice Versa

The Genocide We’re Allowing in Amazonia

The Tax Protests in Colombia

Brazilian Senate Will Question Bolsonaro on COVID-19 Response

The Great Epidemic of Manaus

After MLK, Unlearning Hate

A Dangerous Confederacy of Dunces

Why a “Re-Indigenization” of Society Makes Sense

History and Science as Candles in the Dark

The NBA and Black Lives Matter

Bolsonaro’s Continuous Follies

Why Natives in the US Support Black Lives Matter

Why Race is Everything in America

Malcolm or MLK?

Arundhati Roy on Indian Migrant-Worker Oppression and India’s Fateful COVID Crisis

Coronavirus, Poverty, and Structural Violence

Genocidal Disease, as it is Happening in Amazonia

Covid-19, Georgia and a State of Fear

COVID-19, Poverty and Structural Violence

COVID-19 and Amerindians

Why a Race is Not a Virus and a Virus is Not a Race

Why the Developing World Cannot Flatten the Curve with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Beyond

It’s No Superheroes, It’s Peace Workers

The Politics of Denial, The Brazilian President, and The Fate of Amazonia

Nations, Nationalism, and Non-Nation Political Movements

Bolsonaro Fiddles While the Amazon Burns

Borders On Insanity?

Celebrating Terrorism?

Why Indigenous Lives Should Matter

A Racist President and Racial Trauma

Provoking World War III with Iran and a U.S. History of Provocation

Border Policies from Hell

Footnoting History for the Sake of History and for the Sake of Peace

End of an era for ETA?: May Basque Peace Continue

Irish Return to Political Violence?

The Brexit Problem

Will Ethnocide in Western China Become Genocide?

In the Name of “Love”

Preventing Brazilian Indigenous Genocide and Protecting the Amazon

Primates Are Us

Protecting the Most Vulnerable from Genocide

Myths on Race and Invasion of the ‘Caravan Horde’