Julian Vigo

Julian Vigo is a scholar, film-maker and human rights consultant. Her latest book is Earthquake in Haiti: The Pornography of Poverty and the Politics of Development (2015). She can be reached at: julian.vigo@gmail.com

How Software Companies Might Lead Us Out of Our E-Waste Dilemma

A Battle Over Water Resources: Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan’s Impending Water War

Profiteering in the Era of COVID-19

A Call for Radical Humanism: the Left Needs to Return to Class Analyses of Power

The Infodemic of Fake News in the Era of CoV-19

From Hobbes to Global Lockdown: Why We Need To Heed China and COVID-19 Experiment

Disaster Capitalism and COVID-19: Flattening the Curve in Italy

From The Plague Doctor to Plague Culture

How Privilege and Woke Politics are Destroying the Left

Why Student Debt is a Human Rights Issue

Can New Tech Replace In-Class Learning?

Privacy and Big Tech’s Surveillance of Our Lives and Bodies

The New Workers’ Revolution is Afoot

Legacy College Admissions Are a Testament to What is Legacy Culture

North America’s Opioid Addiction Problem and the Institutional Machinery Keeping It Alive

Brexploitation and the Future of Transnational Data

Notre Dame Shows the Unifying Force of Culture, Grenfell Reveals the Corruption of Government

The Looming Healthcare Market of Big Tech: Why We Should All Be Worried

College Scams and the Ills of Capitalist-Driven Education

Jonas Mekas: In Conversation

Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: The Crisis of Online Feminism Today

USMCA’s Outsourcing of Free Speech to Big Tech

Technology And The Never-Ending Drive To “Progress”

The World Google Controls and Surveillance Capitalism

The Destruction of Higher Education Today