David Graeber became a reader in Social Anthropology at Goldsmith College, London, after he was run out of Yale University. David Graeber has a history of social and political activism, including his role in protests against the World Economic Forum in New York City (2002) and membership in the labour union Industrial Workers of the World.
He later took part in a Commons Panel Debate as part of a Bristol Radical History Group event in 2008.
He participated in and contributed to many social movements including Occupy, Extinction Rebellion and Kurdish freedom movement.
David Graeber’s influential books include Debt: The First 5000 Years (2011), Revolutions in Reverse (2011), The Democracy Project (2014) The Utopia of Rules (2015) and Bullshit Jobs: The Rise of Pointless Jobs and What We Can Do About it (2018).
David Graeber sadly died in 2020. See the Wikipedia entry for him here.