Interface volume 7 issue 2. Movements in post/socialisms


Volume 7 issue 2, single file
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ISSN 2009-2431


Movements in post/socialisms
Jiři Navrátil, Kevin Lin, Laurence Cox
(pp. 1 – 8 )

Call for papers volume 8 issue 2

Social movement auto/biographies (pp. 9 – 14)

Movements in post/socialisms

Why don’t East European movements address inequalities the way Western European movements do? A review essay on the availability of movement-relevant research (review essay, peer-reviewed)
Ágnes Gagyi (pp. 15 – 26)

A brief green moment: the emergence and decline of the Polish anti-nuclear and environmental movement (peer-reviewed article)
Kacper Szulecki, Tomasz Borewicz and Janusz Waluszko (pp. 27 – 48)

From political neutrality to strategic alliance: the trade union movement as a political actor after the post-socialist transformation in Slovakia (peer-reviewed article)
Monika Uhlerová (pp. 49 – 74)

General articles

Unequal power relations in the governance of the World Social Forum process: an analysis of the practices of the Nairobi Forum (peer-reviewed article)
Andrea Rigon (pp. 75 – 97)

Info-capitalism and resistance: how information shapes social movements (peer-reviewed article)
Alessandra Renzi (pp. 98 – 119)

Challenging electoral authoritarianism in Malaysia: the embodied politics of the Bersih movement (peer-reviewed article)
Sandra Smeltzer and Daniel J. Paré (pp. 120 – 144)

Wondering while wandering: living between academia and activism (peer-reviewed article)
Valeria Pecorelli (pp. 145 – 160)

Post-representational epistemology in practice: processes of relational knowledge creation in autonomous social movements (peer-reviewed article)
Alissa Starodub (pp. 161 – 191)

An enfant terrible of international communism (and international communication) (research note)
Peter Waterman (pp. 192 – 200)

How activists can challenge double standards (action note)
Brian Martin (pp. 201 – 213)

Palestinian armed resistance: the absent critique (peer-reviewed article)
Claudia Saba (pp. 214 – 238)


Single PDF (EN)  (pp. 239 – 271)

Laurence Cox and Alf Gunvald Nilsen, We Make Our Own History, Marxism and Social Movements in the Twilight of Neoliberalism. Reviewed by Christopher Gunderson

Chris Dixon, Another Politics: Talking Across Today’s Transformative Movements. Reviewed by Lesley J. Wood

Theresa O’Keefe, Feminist Identity Development and Activism in Revolutionary Movements. Reviewed by Annette Behrens

Betsy Leondar-Wright, Missing Class: Strengthening Social Movement Groups by Seeing Class Cultures. Reviewed by Bob Eastman

Todd Wolfson, Digital Rebellion: The Birth of the Cyber Left. Reviewed by Gino Canella

Steve Martinot, The Need to Abolish the Prison System: An Ethical Indictment. Reviewed by Nick J. Sciullo

Temitope Oriola, Criminal resistance: the politics of kidnapping oil workers. Reviewed by Tomás Mac Sheoin

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Cover art photo credit: Jiři Navrátil. Prague Pride 2012 (GLBT / queer parade, 18 August 2012).

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