Author Archives: Maximilian C. Forte

About Maximilian C. Forte

I am a professor of anthropology at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. My areas of research and teaching interest are centered in Political Anthropology, with a focus on imperialism, neoliberalism and globalization, nationalism, democracy, and the international political economy of knowledge production. My long-standing research area involves the ethnohistory of Indigenous Peoples in the Lesser Antilles, and a focus on Indigenous resurgence in Trinidad & Tobago and neighbouring nations of the Caribbean.

LIBYA: Race, Empire, and the Invention of Humanitarian Emergency

Based on the author’s latest book, Slouching Towards Sirte: NATO’s War On Libya and Africa (Baraka Books, Montreal, 2012), and nearly two years of extensive documentary research, this film places the 2011 US/NATO war in Libya in a more meaningful … Continue reading

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President Eisenhower on the Military Industrial Complex

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As We Meet for the First Time (in 2011)

Please take your time in covering materials on this website closely, carefully, and slowly. Try doing this as you think about the kinds of research topics you might consider exploring for this seminar. In addition, please note that there are … Continue reading

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We’ll Meet Again

We’ll meet again Don’t know where Don’t know when But I know we’ll meet again Some sunny day Keep smiling through Just like you always do ‘Till the blue skies Drive the dark clouds far away So, will you please … Continue reading

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“The Ethnography of an Air-Strike”: Cameron Fenton | The Dominion

Published in The Dominion on April 12, 2010, see Cameron Fenton’s The Ethnography of an Air-Strike Canada’s military academics in the Afghan war and at home

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