Author of ‘Bullshit Jobs’ David Graeber’s Death Cause is Wired
The “Bullshit Jobs: A Theory and Debt: The First 5,000 Years” author David Graeber’s death cause is in the dark. The death of David Graeber, the anthropologist, author, and anarchist, was confirmed by his partner.
David, 59, died in a hospital in Venice, his wife, Nika Dubrovsky, tweeted.
“Yesterday, the best man in a world, my partner and my friend died in a hospital in Venice,” Ms. Dubrovsky shared on Twitter.
His best-selling books were in bureaucracy and economics. The Occupy Wall Street movement influencer believed to have neologized the slogan: “We are the 99.”
David Graeber’s death cause is unknown yet
However, Graeber posted on Twitter in August that he had “been sick for a month.” He maintained that the illness caused him “weird soapy taste in my mouth, exhaustion, stomach [and] lung-ache.”
Graeber was a professor of anthropology at the London School of Economics. The book “The Dawn of Everything: a New History of Humanity” writing with David Wingrove, will be his last work.