Sosuke Maese and Makoto Ohno

To David: The belief that revolutionary change derives from people rather than intellectuals has consistently grounded your theory of value, as well as your ethnography; for this reason, your work […]

Takuro Higuchi

I always loved the rhythms you captured to give words mysteriously, in their tuning, were friends to be cherished an incomparable joy now today mourning you together their rhythms reverberate […]

Takeshi Haraguchi

On June 22nd, 2008, along with other foreign activists, David Graeber joined a gathering at the Osaka Castle Park, organized as part of the nationwide actions against the G8 Summit […]


The invitation to the David Graver Memorial Carnival proclaims that “he had 50,000 brothers and sisters and 200,000 best friends”. However, this is a memory from someone who never quite […]

Choi Jinkyu

David, I never thought I would write a eulogy for you. I have a twitter account, which I basically created to read your tweets. But I never got used to […]

Abe Kosuzu

In July 2009 David Graeber came to Okinawa. A group of friends organized the trip, which turned out to be a gift for the students of Ryukyu University, who had […]