George Ciccariello-Maher

George Ciccariello-Maher is Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies at Drexel University and the author of We Created Chavez: A People’s History of the Venezuelan Revolution, also published by Duke University Press.

Black Skin, White Justice

Venezuela’s Popular Militias and the Revolution

The People, Representation, and Revolutionary Culture

Thatcher is Dead—Long Live Chávez!

Preparing for a Post-Chávez Venezuela

Glimpses of Post-Chavez Venezuela

The Ballot and the Bullet

The Election That Matters

Oakland’s Dirty War

The Coming War on the Occupy Movement

Flashmob Hysteria

Planet of Slums, Age of Riots

Ecuador Between Three Wagers

Oakland’s Verdict

Chronicle of a Riot Foretold

Occupy Everything!

The Counter-Revolution Will Not be Tweeted

Venezuela’s Term Limits

"Fired Up, Can’t Take It No More"

"Oakland is Closed!"

Oakland’s Not for Burning?

By the Time I Get to Arizona

The Yumare Massacre, 22 Years On

Embedded with the Tupamaros

Radical Chavismo Growls a Challenge

Einstein Turns in His Grave

The Coming War on Venezuela

Counter-Attack of the Bureaucrats

A Chávez Ally Jumps the Divider

Racist Violence from Jena to Oakland

Behind Venezuela’s "Student Rebellion"

The Failed Chávez Coup, Five Years On

The Fourth World War Started in Venezuela

Coups and Democracy in Venezuela

Not About Free Speech

Beyond Chavistas and Anti-Chavistas

Tears of the Escualidos

Sleeping with the Enemy

Contingency and Counter-Contingency in Venezuela