John Peter Antonacci

John Peter Antonacci
Binghamton University | SUNY Binghamton · Department of Sociology

Master of Arts

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Introduction
John Peter Antonacci is a PhD Student at SUNY Binghamton’s Department of Sociology, where he studies and teaches world-ecology, military sociology, and environmental history. His dissertation, tentatively titled "Climates of Coercion, Climates of Capital: Military Revolutions in the Capitalist World-Ecology, 1492-1815," situates military revolutions as turning points in the environmental history of early modern capitalism. MA in SOC from NSSR.
Additional affiliations
August 2019 - present
Binghamton University
Position
  • Research Assistant
August 2018 - March 2020
The New School
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Research Assistant for Dr. Eiko Ikegami
Education
August 2019 - May 2022
Binghamton University
Field of study
  • Sociology
September 2017 - May 2019
The New School
Field of study
  • Sociology
September 2013 - May 2017
St. Joseph's College (NY, USA)
Field of study
  • Sociology

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Publications (5)
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My contribution, in the form of an interview, to the Environmental Ideologies Map developed by Gerardo Costabile Nicoletta at the Mistra Environmental Communication Research Programme. Capitalism as a mode of producing and reproducing life. The map can be accessed at http://eidmap.commedia.wiki/#/
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Anthropogenic phraseology serves double duty for much of the Green Left. It works descriptively, advancing a naïve empiricism. To the degree that a philosophical an-thropology is offered, we are served up a philosophy of history that turns on a self-referential, even tautological, conception of human nature: “The struggle for freedom represents the...
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Lewis and Maslin explore geological markers for the beginning of the "Anthropocene"-beginning, in their periodization, in either 1492 (naming the birth of capitalism as the cause of planetary crisis) or 1945 (naming elite-driven militarization as its cause). In this essay, I argue for a synthesis of these two dynamics, locating both the birth of ca...
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Three comic books on the Federal Reserve’s website claim to teach students “basic economic principles and the Federal Reserve’s role in the Financial system.” What they lack, though, is an appreciation for the social, John P. Antonacci writes.

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