Marc Becker is an associate professor of Latin American Studies at Truman State University.
Becker is a co-founder of NativeWeb, an internet resource that compiles information about indigenous peoples around the world.
Becker has published a book and several articles on José Carlos Mariátegui. Currently most of his academic work is on Indigenous movements in the South American country of Ecuador.
Becker was mentioned in the rightwing tome The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America because he, and Historians Against the War opposed the United States' war in Iraq.
Stunned. I'm not worthy! I'm not worthy! (Think Wayne's World) … Academic freedom is like muscles in that if we don't use it, it begins to decay … Horowitz wants to intimidate people like me who oppose imperialism and neoliberal economic policies into being quiet. If we are quiet, then we have lost our academic freedom. (Marc Becker Homepage).
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“Let us be realistic and demand the impossible.
[Soyons réalistes, demandons limpossible.]”
—Graffito. Paris 68, ch. 2, Marc Rohan (1988)