Peter Gabel

Peter Gabel is a law professor and a founder of the critical legal studies movement, a marriage and family therapist, author of The Bank Teller and Other Essays on the Politics of Meaning, editor-at-large of Tikkun, co-creator of the Noe Valley Farmers Market in San Francisco, bass player in The Central Park Zoo, partner of union organizer Lisa Jaicks, and father of Sam (14).

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4 Responses to Peter Gabel

  1. Ron LaSala August 21, 2012 at 10:00 am

    What thoughts do you have as an American of Armenian ancestry and one like me without an ian on the end of our name? I try to share my heritage with my children but life makes one very American with a sprinkling of Armenian.

    I remember as a kid watching your parents on What’s My Line and my grandmother always reminding us that your mom was Armenian. She would always point this out with great pride and we always would root for her to solve the game. She was always terrific.

    • Student of Peter September 21, 2013 at 9:41 am

      not surprised to learn of such profound roots. survivors of many flooding scenarios stem from the highlands.and branching out to assist humanity is the progressive goal as always. can we suggest a peace center for cultural studies in El-Amarna to further some unfinished business? thanx

  2. Student of Peter September 21, 2013 at 9:47 am

    one of the extra commitments that’s time has come again.and thanks for finding me help when I was being persecuted!!!! hope to contact you more directly in the soon present….found you again reviewing a search for the 10 commitments. peace , Sean

  3. JJ November 6, 2013 at 7:43 am

    Hi. I have been giving much thought to the Israel-Palestine conflict and after much thought, have come up with a 5 step plan that I believe could lead to the solution to the problem. It’s both a two-state solution AND a one-state solution. I would like my suggestion to be considered and potentially passed on to both Jewish and Palestinian peace orientated groups.
    Who would you recommend I speak to?

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