David Price

David Price is professor of anthropology at Saint Martin’s University. His latest book is The American Surveillance State: How the U.S. Spies on Dissent, published this month by Pluto Press.

An Ugly Smudge on an Exceptional Bike Race: When Bosses Attacked a Worker in the Vuelta a España

The Great COIN Con: Anthropologists’ Lessons Learned After Two Decades of America’s Failed Counterinsurgency Operations in Afghanistan

Ruth First and the FBI’s Historical Role of Enforcing Inequality

Anthropologist Laura Nader on the Lost Art of the Letter

A Great Tree Has Fallen: The Passing of Marshall Sahlins

The CIA Book Publishing Operations

52 Pick-Up: Trump’s Deranged Threats to Bomb the Past

Militarized Observers: Institutional Daydreams of Ethics End Runs to Weaponize Culture

Militarizing Space: Starship Troopers, Same As It Ever Was

Rogue Elephant Rising: The CIA as Kingslayer

Tyrannic Man’s Dominion: Trump Era Physical Sciences Approaching Social Sciences’ Marginal Status

The 2016 Tour of California: Notes on a Big Pharma Bike Race

A Silenced Voice of Resistance, Compassion and Peace

How the CIA Sold Obama on Counterinsurgency by Drone Assassination

How the Media Gets It Wrong

The Bio-Social Facts of American Capitalism

One Who Raged Against the Machine

The NSA, CIA, and the Promise of Industrial Espionage

The Revelations of Kidnapped CIA Agent Robert Levinson

A Social History of Wiretaps

The Destruction of Conscience in the National Academy of Sciences

The Irreverent Sting of Alexander Cockburn

Case Western Breakdown

94 Seconds in the Tour de France

Challenging America’s Pharaoh

Disrespecting the Yellow in the Tour de France

Silent Coup

Human Terrain Systems Dissenter Resigns, Tells Inside Story of Training’s Heart of Darkness

Hollywood’s Human Terrain Avatars

Human Terrain Systems, Anthropologists and the War in Afghanistan

Trial by FBI Investigation

Obama’s Classroom Spies

Counterinsurgency’s Free Ride

Counterinsurgency, Anthropology and Disciplinary Complicity

The Leaky Ship of Human Terrain Systems

Blind Whistling Phreaks and the FBI’s Historical Reliance on Phone Tap Criminality

Social Science in Harness

Outrageous Pre-Tour de France Ban

The Military "Leveraging" of Cultural Knowledge

Army’s Prime Salesman of Counterinsurgency Manual Seeks to Defend Stolen Scholarship

Pilfered Scholarship Devastates General Petraeus’s Counterinsurgency Manual * Core Chapter a Morass of "Borrowed" Quotes * University of Chicago Press Badly Compromised * Counterinsurgency Anthropologist Montgomery McFate’s Role Under Attack

Tour de Witch Hunt

The Long Lost War

American Anthropologists Stand Up Against Torture and the Occupation of Iraq

Much Ado About Landis

Shouting Down Nazis in Olympia

How the FBI Spied on Edward Said

How the FBI Spied on Edward Said

How US Anthropoligists Planned "Race-Specific" Weapons Against the Japanese

Hurricane Katrina and Davis-Bacon Profiteering