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.


  • 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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