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Sam Hull


Sam Hull is a co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of the McGill Left Review. He is a third year student studying economics and history, and is dedicated to discovering opportunities for systemic economic reform in order to find potential sustainable and egalitarian futures. 

@TheSamHull
Editor-in-Chief

Contributions

Published: 2017-10-31
Any attempt to condense the entire system of global capitalism into a single model is sure to be reductive. Nevertheless, Sam Hull argues, Wallerstein provides a fascinating lens through which to examine the system's operation.
Published: 2017-06-20
Editors-in-Chief Ryan Shah and Sam Hull interview Political Science Professor William Clare Roberts to discuss his recent book, the contemporary capitalist crisis and the lessons contemporary scholars should take from Marx’s work. ,
Published: 2017-04-08
The rise of virtual reality promises to radically alter our current methods of presentation. An analysis of our postmodern existence can help see where it might take us next.
Published: 2017-03-09
Praxis: four pieces examining praxis relevant to the university context, which we hope will prove relatable for our readership. Together these works demonstrate that the key to achieving change is an organized, determined response that has enough conceptual basis to remain steadfast in the face of opposition.
Published: 2017-02-24
Twin Peaks' fragmented, disjointed form compels viewers to reflect on the material contradictions inherent in their own lives.
Published: 2017-01-29
Recent gains by right-wing populists must serve as the impetus for a cohesive response from a renewed left.

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