Joan Roelofs

Joan Roelofs is Professor Emerita of Political Science, Keene State College, New Hampshire. She is the translator of Victor Considerant’s Principles of Socialism (Maisonneuve Press, 2006), and author of Foundations and Public Policy: The Mask of Pluralism (SUNY Press, 2003) and Greening Cities (Rowman and Littlefield, 1996) and translator, with Shawn P. Wilbur, of Charles Fourier’s anti-war fantasy, World War of Small Pastries, Autonomedia, 2015. Web site:  Contact:

The Militarized Academy: Knowledge for What?

Greening the Old New Deal

The Science of Lethality

Military Keynesianism Marches On

“Get Your Endangered Species Off My Bombing Range!”

Dissenting Women

How Effective are International Human Rights Treaties?

This Madness Deserves a Protest: an Inside Account at US Nuclear Weapons Strategy

What Else is Wrong with Globalization

NATO and the Bananazation of Western Europe

Manufacturing Neoliberalism: How the Council of Foreign Relations Marketed Global Capitalism

Whatever Happened to Eastern European Communism?

The Question of Jewish Identity

Same Old Road to Hell

Foundations and the South African Transition

The NYT and the School of Assassins

Foundations and American Power

The Deadening Silence

The Deadening Silence

Bases of Empire

It’s the Whole System

The Philanthropies and the Economic Crisis

The Malleable US Constitution

Why They Hate Our Kind Hearts, Too

A Challenge to Remake the World

Why Some Stay Silent