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Ezequiel Adamovsky (born 1971) is an Argentinean historian and political activist who has written many articles and books about intellectual history, globalization, anti-capitalism and left-wing politics.
Adamovsky has been involved in national and international social movements such as the Asambleas movement (a grassroots phenomenon emerging in Argentina after the Rebellion of 2001), a number of collectives of global resistance and the World Social Forum.
He is currently employed as Professor of Russian History at the University of Buenos Aires. He is also a frequent contributor to left-leaning periodicals and web-pages, such as Z Magazine, Rebellion.org, and Opendemocracy.org. ...
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