Marina Sitrin is a writer, lawyer, teacher, organizer, militant and dreamer.
She is the editor of Horizontalism: Voices of Popular Power in Argentina (2006) AK Press, Edinburgh & Oakland, CA; Spanish edition, Horizontalidad: Voces de Poder Popular en Argentina (2005) Chilavert, Buenos Aires; Greek edition, οριζοντιότητα: φωνές λαϊκής εξουσίας στην αργεντινη (2011) SKYA, Athens.
Marina has just completed with Zed Press, London UK, Everyday Revolutions: Horizontalism & Autonomy in Argentina (2012), and has co-authored, with Dario Azzellini, May Day: The Secret Rendevous with History and the Present, as well as Occupying Language (2012) both with Occupied Media/Adelante Alliance. Marina and Dario are also co-writing, They Can’t Represent US! Real Democracy of the 99% (2012) with Verso Press. Marina’s work has been published in: The International Journal of Comparative Sociology, Znet, Yes! Magazine, The Nation, Dissent!, Upping the Anti, Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, alternet.org, and Prensa Latina, among others. She has a JD from CUNY Law School and a PhD in Global Sociology from Stony Brook University.