Research Practitioner in the Politics of Labor and Detainment
Graeme Anfinson's research investigates the politics of labor, specializing on detainment and the contemporary discourses of social justice. He has over two decades of experience in the manufacturing industry. He has also been involved with grassroots activism and political campaigns concerning workers rights, migration, and opposition to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. From the perspective of a practitioner, he has published on issues ranging from the history of the Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party, Medicare for All, and the creation of Al-Shabab.
Forthcoming Peer-Reviewed Publications
Graeme Anfinson and Aaron Anfinson
Woke Capitalism: discourses of social justice in the framework of the contemporary corporation
Nadia Al-Dayel, Aaron Anfinson, and Graeme Anfinson
Detained: corruption and enslavement in Libya after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi