Delacroix lives in Santa Cruz, California with his wife, the orientalist painter Krishna Delacroix. He paints himself, mostly steeples, minarets, towers, lighthouses, menhirs (raised stones), and other vertical objects. His paintings are not good enough to sell but they are good enough to please the friends. The sea and boats are his main sources of inspiration. He sails on the Pacific Ocean, he swims in it, he fishes in it (or tries to).
Delacroix describes himself as the best picker he has ever met. The word refers to flea market and garage sales endeavors. His writing reflects the same disorderly but purposeful strategy employed in successful flea market and garage sales activities.
Selected Scholarly Articles
- The Beloved Myth: Protestantism and the Rise of Industrial Capitalism in Nineteenth-Century Europe
- If Mexicans and Americans Could Cross the Border Freely
- The Distributive State in the World System
- Can Protectionism Ever Be Respectable?
- Export of Raw Materials and Economic Growth: A Cross-National Study
- Cosmetic, Speculative, and Adaptive Organizational Change in the Wine Industry: A Longitudinal Study