"The Bartleby Project begins by inviting 60,000,000 American students, one by one, to peacefully refuse to take standardized tests or to participate in any preparation for these testsRead More
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“I envision a world where we, as individuals and communities, are free to determine our own futures beyond capitalism . Where we can create shared power from below without exploitation or oppression and where collective liberation and sustainability are more than just desires. ”
- Scott Crow
Dr. Dugatkin is a Professor and Distinguished University Scholar in the Department of Biology at The University of Louisville. His main area of research interest is the evolution of social behavior. He is currently studying the evolution of cooperation, the evolution of aggression, the interaction between genetic and cultural evolution, the evolution of antibiotic resistance, the evolution of senescence and the evolution of risk-taking behavior.
We're talking: Peter Kropotkin, Mutual Aid, Altruism, Evolution, Anarcho-Hyphenism