Howard Ehrlich

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Howard Ehrlich was an American sociologist and anarchist activist. Formerly a professor at University of Iowa, he was co-founder of Research Group One that conducted research on behalf of activist organizations in the US. Subsequently, he co-founded a collective that produced a successful syndicated radio program called the Great Atlantic Radio Conspiracy, a free school, and in 1980 he co-founded a peer-reviewed journal called Social Anarchism, of which he was Editor-in-Chief until his passing.

After years of teaching in higher education, he became the Director of the Prejudice Institute, a sociological research organization that studied ethnoviolence. In his later years, he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and Dementia.

He died at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center on February 2, 2015.

Books[edit]

  • The Best of Social Anarchism
  • Reinventing Anarchy, Again
  • The Social-Psychology of Prejudice
  • Race and Ethnic Conflict: Contending Views on Prejudice, Discrimination, and Ethnoviolence
  • Intergroup Tensions and Ethnoviolence in the Workplace: A Manual for Trainers

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