Interface volume 7 issue 1. Movement practice(s)

Contents

Volume 7 issue 1, single file
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ISSN 2009-2431

Editorial

Movement practice(s)
Cal Andrews, Laurence Cox, Lesley Wood
(pp. 1 – 7)
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Call for papers volume 8 issue 1

Open issue (p. 8 )
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Movement practice(s)

Apolitical is political: an ethnographic study on the public sphere in the Gezi uprising in Turkey (event note)
Balca Arda (pp. 9 – 18)
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Bodies on the streets: gender resistance and collectivity in the Gezi revolts (peer-reviewed article)
Ece Canlı and Fatma Umul (pp. 19 – 39)
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Beyond nonhuman animal rights: A grassroots movement in Istanbul and its alignment with other causes (peer-reviewed article)
Silvia Ilonka Wolf (pp. 40 – 69)
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Sealfies, seals and celebs: expressions of Inuit resilience in the Twitter era (peer-reviewed article)
Kathleen Rodgers and Willow Scobie (pp. 70 – 97)
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Rapid mobilisation of demonstrators in March Australia (event analysis)
Steward Jackson and Peter John Chen (pp. 98 – 116)
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Examining mainstream media discourses on the squatters’ movements in Barcelona and London (peer-reviewed article)
ETC Dee and G. Debelle dos Santos (pp. 117 – 143)
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World’s first hologram protest in Spain (interview)
Lesley Wood and Cristina Flesher Fominaya (pp. 144 – 149)
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Recordar el 15M para reimaginar el presente. Los movimientos sociales en España más allá del ciclo electoral de 2015 (article)
Alberto Arribas Lozano (pp. 150 – 164)
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Mass action speed dating: an experiment in making mass actions empowering and effective at Reclaim the Power 2013 and 2014 (action note)
Claire de la Lune (pp. 165 – 175)
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Fundraising for direct action and legal defense: a case study of the 2000 RNC protests (practice analysis)
Kris Hermes and Ezra Nepon (pp. 176 – 184)
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From marching for change to producing the change: reconstructions of the Italian anti-mafia movement (peer-reviewed article)
Christina Jerne (pp. 185 – 214)
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I’m a “good” activist, you’re a “bad” activist, and everything I do is activism: parsing the different types of “activist” identities in LBGTQ organizing (peer-reviewed article)
Daniel Cortese (pp. 215 – 246)
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Interconnections between anarchist practices and grassroots struggles (practice note)
Tommaso Gravante (pp. 247 – 255)
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Revisiting the master’s toolset: concerning pedagogy, privilege, and the classroom-to-war room pipeline (practice note)
Michael Loadenthal (pp. 256 – 262)
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Sans-papiers on their March for Freedom 2014: how refugees and undocumented migrants challenge Fortress Europe (article)
Heinz Nigg (pp. 263 – 288)
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General articles

Protest in Ireland since the bailout (peer-reviewed article)
Mary Naughton (pp. 289 – 308)
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The Irish water war (action note)
Rory Hearne (pp. 309 – 321)
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Protest and public relations: the reinvention of the US Army School of the Americas ((peer-reviewed article)
Selina Gallo-Cruz (pp. 322 – 350)
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Summer school: Social movements in global perspectives – past, present and future (conference report)
Eva Gondorová and Ulf Teichmann (pp. 351 – 363)
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Reviews

Single PDF (EN)  (pp. 364 – 397)

Cristina Flesher Fominaya and Laurence Cox (eds.), Understanding European Movements: New Social Movements, Global Justice Struggles, Anti-Austerity Protest. Reviewed by Ana Cecilia Dinerstein

JP Clark, The Impossible Community: Realizing Communitarian Anarchism. Reviewed by Gerard Gill

Peter Dauvergne and Genevieve Lebaron (eds.), Protest Inc.: The Corporatization of Activism. Reviewed by Lika Rodin.

Alexandros Kioupkiolis and Giorgios Katsambekis, eds. (2014). Radical Democracy and Collective Movements Today: The Biopolitics of the Multitude versus the Hegemony of the People. Reviewed by Jamie Matthews

Stefania Milan (2013). Social Movements and Their Technologies: Wiring Social Change. Reviewed by A.T. Kingsmith

Anna Schober (2013). The Cinema Makers: Public Life and the Exhibition of Difference in South-Eastern and Central Europe since the 1960s. Reviewed by Niamh Mongey

Donatella Della Porta and Alice Mattoni, eds. (2014). Spreading Protest: Social Movements in Times of Crisis AND

Marina Sitrin and Dario Azzelini (2014). They Can’t Represent Us! Reinventing Democracy From Greece to Occupy. Reviewed by Nils C. Kumkar

List of editorial contacts

List of journal participants

Cover art photo credit: No Somos Delito. No Somos Delito organised the world’s first hologram protest against the “Ley Mordaza” (Gag Law) restricting citizens’ rights to freedom of assembly, protest, information, and speech in front of Spain’s Parliament . Madrid, April 10, 2015.

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