David Graeber

David Graeber is an American anthropologist, political activist and author. He is currently a reader in social anthropology at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and was formerly an associate professor of anthropology at Yale University.


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Is Your Job a Bunch of B.S.?

Most corporate jobs exist not to create anything meaningful but to go through expected rituals. And most people know this instinctually....


The Cliff and the Jubilee: On David Graeber’s ‘Debt’


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