Instinct for Cooperation, The
In the tradition of Joe Sacco's graphic journalism comes the first interview-based graphic novel treatment of Noam Chomsky's political ideas and activism.
An astonishing graphic novel that brings Chomsky's political analysis to bear on real people's stories on the frontlines of America's struggle for economic justice and human dignity. The Instinct for Cooperation innovatively balances those real-life stories of struggle with conversations the author has had with Chomsky on how best to understand them. Although the themes are wide ranging, this book is ultimately about the importance and need for spaces of resistance in countering state and other institutional forms of violence.
Jeffrey Wilson is a graphic novel author and Ph.D. Candidate in Geography at the University of Arizona. His work focuses on the social determinants of health, specifically the effect of foreclosures on health in Detroit, Michigan. He received a Master's in Anthropology from Columbia University where his work explored the ways ethnography could be written in graphic novel form. He has published one of the first graphic novel interviews to appear in a peer-reviewed journal. He currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Eliseu Gouveia is a Portuguese author and illustrator whose work range from Moonstone Books' The Phantom and Vengeance of The Mummy to covers of Brian Pulido's Lady Death to Marvel Comics sketchcards and many comic titles by independent publishers.