Richard J. F. Day (born c. 1964) is a Canadian political philosopher and sociologist. He is the undergraduate chair and professor in the department of global development at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada He was previously associate professor of sociology. He considers himself to be critically involved with the broader question of the articulation of social subjects with group identities such as those offered up by nations, states, and corporations. He is particularly interested in the possibilities for radical social change via the construction of alternative dual power communities and polities especially in situations of indigenous resistance, queer and feminist organizing and anti-globalization activism.

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  • Richard J. F. Day (born c. 1964) is a Canadian political philosopher and sociologist. He is the undergraduate chair and professor in the department of global development at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada He was previously associate professor of sociology. He considers himself to be critically involved with the broader question of the articulation of social subjects with group identities such as those offered up by nations, states, and corporations. He is particularly interested in the possibilities for radical social change via the construction of alternative dual power communities and polities especially in situations of indigenous resistance, queer and feminist organizing and anti-globalization activism. (en)
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  • Anarchism, Native American political theory, Anti-globalization, Feminist theory, Queer Theory, Post-colonialism, Hegemony (en)
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  • Richard J. F. Day (born c. 1964) is a Canadian political philosopher and sociologist. He is the undergraduate chair and professor in the department of global development at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada He was previously associate professor of sociology. He considers himself to be critically involved with the broader question of the articulation of social subjects with group identities such as those offered up by nations, states, and corporations. He is particularly interested in the possibilities for radical social change via the construction of alternative dual power communities and polities especially in situations of indigenous resistance, queer and feminist organizing and anti-globalization activism. (en)
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