My name is Anthony Pahnke. I am an Assistant Professor of International Relations at San Francisco State University. Before arriving at SF State, I taught at St Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota and Metropolitan State University in St Paul, Minnesota. I received by PhD in Political Science from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in 2014.
I research development and trade policy, social movements, and environmental politics, focusing on North and South America. My work has appeared in Monthly Review, New Politics, The Journal of Peasant Studies, Social Movement Studies, Third World Quarterly, and Latin American Politics and Society. My book, Brazil’s Long Revolution: Radical Achievements of the Landless Workers Movement, has been published by the University of Arizona Press.
On this webpage you will find materials concerning my research and teaching, including links to journal articles, newspaper op-eds and columns, course syllabi, and so on.