Kate Aronoff is a fellow at the Type Media Center and a contributing writer to The Intercept. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Intercept, The Nation, Harpers, Jacobin, Dissent, and In These Times, among other outlets. She has appeared on Democracy Now, On The Media, and numerous other television shows, radio programs, and podcasts. Alyssa Battistoni is an editor at Jacobin and a PhD candidate in political science at Yale University. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, n+1, The Nation, Jacobin, In These Times, Dissent, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and the Verso blog, among other outlets. She has been interviewed on The Dig (where she has also served as guest host), and numerous other podcasts and radio programs. Daniel Aldana Cohen is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, where he directs the Socio-Spatial Climate Collaborative, or (SC)2. His writing has appeared in The Guardian, Nature, The Nation, Jacobin, Public Books, the Verso blog, and Dissent among other outlets. He has been interviewed on The Dig and Behind the News, and numerous other podcasts and radio programs. Thea Riofrancos is an assistant professor of political science at Providence College and the author of Resource Radicalisms, forthcoming from Duke University Press. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, n+1, Jacobin, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Dissent, and In These Times, among other outlets. She has been interviewed on the The Dig and Behind The News, and numerous other podcasts and radio programs. She also serves on the Steering Committee of DSA's Ecosocialist Working Group.
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