Jeremy Gantz is a contributing editor at the magazine. He is the editor of The Age of Inequality: Corporate America’s War on Working People (2017, Verso), and was the Web/Associate Editor of In These Times from 2008 to 2012.
A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, he worked as a reporter for The Cambodia Daily in 2007. After graduating from Carleton College in 2004, he lived in Sri Lanka on a Fulbright scholarship, studying the intersection of ethnic politics and public education.
His articles have also appeared in Chicago-area newspapers, Alternet and the Onion’s A.V. Club.
Europe, A Love Story: Michael Moore’s Latest Film Tries To Sell Social Democracy to America
In 'Where To Invade Next,' Moore marches around Europe with a flag on his shoulder, to dubious effect. MORE
Culture · December 17, 2015
Let Old Labor Die
With union membership declining, Tom Geoghegan has a radical prescription for labor. MORE
Culture · November 24, 2014
Colonial State of America
In a new book, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz unearths our bloody origins. MORE
Culture · September 23, 2014
The James Foley I Knew
A great journalist, a better friend. MORE
Features · September 11, 2014
Jazz Musician: ‘I See the Gap Between the Haves and Have-Nots’
For three years in the early 1970s, journalist Studs Terkel gathered stories from a variety of American workers. He then compiled them into Working, an oral-history collection that went... MORE
Working · June 16, 2014
Will U.N. Investigation of Sri Lankan War Crimes Finally Bring Peace?
International news stories about Sri Lanka tend to fall into two categories: gee-whiz travel pieces or sports articles involving the country's national cricket team. But during the last few months, a third... MORE
The ITT List · March 28, 2014
Secondhand Store Workers Push for First-Rate Treatment
CHICAGO—Ana Laura Lopez has working at Unique Thrift Store in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood down to a science. She’s sorted through loads of donated goods to determine what... MORE
Working · December 2, 2013
‘Please Stop Exploiting People’
Forced and child labor are embedded in the 21st-century economy. What's Washington doing about it? MORE
Features · April 11, 2013
The International Precariat
Foreign correspondents like James Foley, abducted in Syria, are at the most dangerous edge of the freelance economy. MORE
Features · February 8, 2013
Romney’s 9-Point Plan to Annihilate Unions
What Mitt Romney and the GOP would like to do to labor. MORE
Features · October 24, 2012