Daniel Bensaïd (1946 - 2010) was a french academic, philosopher and activist. Professor of philosophy at University Paris VIII - Saint-Denis. He became politically active during the 1968 students movement, where he was a prominent figure. He is mostly known for hisstudies on Walter Benjamin, Karl Marx and French postmodernism.
A bilingual award-winning author of more than 40 books and countless articles on Latin America, Mexico, globalization, and labor migration, Dr. James D. Cockcroft (Ph.D., Stanford University, 1966) has been described by the American Library Association's Choice magazine as "an internationally known and distinguished scholar." A bilingual poet and life-long human rights activist, he is best known as a Latin America expert, writer, and public speaker. His multilingual blog is www.jamescockcroft.com.
Professor of Philosophy at Iowa State University.
Anthony Arthur Smith (born in Providence, 1951) is a scolar and philosopher. He studied at Boston College and State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1980 as well as the University of Munich and the University of Tubingen
Éric Toussaint is President of the Committee for the Cancellation of the Third World Debt (CADTM)
Éric Toussaint is a historian and politologist, he is a member of the Attac scientific council in France and the International Council of the Worlds Social Forum.
He have published countless articles, many of which can be found on the CADTM website. Some of his books have been translated to english and spanish.