Steve Martinot

Steve Martinot is Instructor Emeritus at the Center for Interdisciplinary Programs at San Francisco State University. He is the author of The Rule of Racialization: Class, Identity, Governance, Forms in the Abyss: a Philosophical Bridge between Sartre and Derrida (both Temple) and The Machinery of Whiteness. He is also the editor of two previous books, and translator of Racism by Albert Memmi. He has written extensively on the structures of racism and white supremacy in the United States, as well as on corporate culture and economics, and leads seminars on these subjects in the Bay Area.

What Does It Mean to Act White?

Why White People find it Difficult to Talk about Race

Race is Not a Noun, it is a Verb

Racism is a Relation Between White People

The Desire to Kill

The Constitution and Homelessness

The Constitutionality of Homeless Encampments

No Country for Old Women

The Properties of Property

The Ideology of Pepper Spray: Force and Violence in a Can

Twisted Thinking: Police Militarization in Berkeley

It’s Time to Drive Away the Developers

A Celebratory Note on Sunday’s People in Berkeley

Rigging the Mythology of Elections

The “Fundamentalism” in Police Operations

Berkeley City Politics and the Denial Of Due Process

On Victimless Crime Laws: And a Call to Release All Who Have Been Victimzed by Them

Police Torture and the Real Militarization of Society

The Politics of Prisons and Prisoners

The Violence of Police Politics

White Power, White Culture, Whitewash

Whose Ground Is It, Anyway?

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