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James J. Brittain

James J. Brittain is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Acadia University in Wolfville in Nova Scotia, Canada. He is also the co-founder of the Atlantic Canada-Colombia Research Group. James' primary research and teaching interests include the praxis of social change in Latin America, the relevance of classical social theory in contemporary geopolitics, and alternative forms of international development.
 
James' most recent publications related to Colombia have appeared in Controversia, Cuadernos de Sociología, Development, Dollars & Sense, Global Dialogue, Journal for Peasant Studies, Labour, Capital and Society, Monthly Review, New Politics, Peace Review, Rethinking Marxism, Socialist Studies, The Saskatchewan Institute for Public Policy, Z Magazine, and Zed Books.

Works

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Revolutionary Social Change in Colombia
The Origin and Direction of the FARC-EP

Pluto Press
This book presents an insider's account of Columbia's internal conflict. At the forefront are the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army...
James J. Brittain

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