Interface volume 8 issue 2. Social movement auto/biographies

Contents

Volume 8 issue 2, single file
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ISSN 2009-2431

Editorial

Social movement auto/biographies
Peter Waterman, Lesley Wood, Laurence Cox
(pp. 1 – 9)
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Call for papers volume 9 issue 2

Social movement thinking beyond the core: theories and research in post-colonial and post-socialist societies (pp. 10 – 18)
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Themed pieces

A brief reflection on Conxa Pérez’ political commitments (research note)
Social Library Conxa Pérez (pp. 19 – 28)
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Professionalisation and precariousness: perspectives on the sustainability of activism in everyday life (peer-reviewed article)
Silke Roth (pp. 29 – 58)
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The rise and fall of the Green Mountain Anarchist Collective (peer-reviewed article)
David Van Deusen (pp. 59 – 80)
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Of icons, of myths and of internationalists (research note)
Peter Waterman (pp. 81 – 94)
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Gerard Kester’s search for democracy: on the autobio of a Dutch academic specialist on worker self-management (interview)
Peter Waterman (pp. 95 – 109)
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Social movement auto/biographies: a rough guide to sources and resources (bibliography)
Peter Waterman (pp. 110 – 149)
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Protest communities and activist enthusiasm: student occupations in contemporary Argentina, Chile and Uruguay (peer-reviewed article)
Indira Palacios-Valladares (pp. 150 – 170)
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Researching transnational activist lives: Irish Buddhists and the British Empire (research note)
Laurence Cox (pp. 171 – 183)
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General pieces

The African University as a site of protest: decolonisation, praxis, and the Black Student Movement at the University Currently Known as Rhodes (peer-reviewed article)
Paddy O’Halloran (pp. 184 – 210)
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Pedagogies of struggle and collective organization: the educational practices of the Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (peer-reviewed article)
Alessandro Mariano, Erivan Hilário, Rebecca Tarlau (pp. 211 – 242)
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Notas sobre um deslocamento de legitimidades: uma discussão acerca da violência a partir das jornadas de junho 2013 (peer-reviewed article)
Simone da Silva Ribeiro Gomes (pp. 243 – 260)
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Voices from the seismic crater in the trial of the Major Risk Committee: a local counternarrative of “the l’Aquila Seven” (peer-reviewed article)
Pamela Pietrucci (pp. 261 – 285)
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Why so serious? Framing comedies of recognition and repertoires of tactical frivolity within social movements (peer-reviewed article)
Adam Kingsmith (pp. 286 – 310)
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What could it mean to mourn? Notes on and towards a radical politics of loss and grieving (peer-reviewed article)
David Langstaff
(pp. 311 – 362)
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Lotte per il diritto alla casa nello Stato spagnolo: la Plataforma de Afectados por la Hipoteca. Campagne, successi e alcune chiavi di riflessione (peer-reviewed article)
Luca Sebastiani, Borja Íñigo Fernández Alberdi, Rocío García Soto (pp. 363 – 393)
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Fighting (for) gender equality: the roles of social movements and power resources (peer-reviewed article)
Ruedi Epple and Sebastian Schief (pp. 394 – 432)
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On Oakland’s Decolonize/Occupy Moment 2011-2013 (event analysis)
John Hayakawa Torok (pp. 433 – 443)
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Reviews

Single PDF (EN)  (pp. 444 – 475)

Michael Knapp, Anja Flach and Ercan Ayboga (trans. Janet Biehl), 2016, Revolution in Rojava: Democratic Autonomy and Women’s Liberation in Syrian Kurdistan. Reviewed by Patrick Huff

Kerstin Jacobsson (Ed.), 2015, Urban Grassroots Movements in Central and Eastern Europe. Reviewed by Bojan Baća

Dario Azzellini (Ed.), 2015, An Alternative Labour History: Worker Control and Workplace Democracy. Reviewed by Gerard Kester

Peter Waterman, 2014, From Coldwar Communism to the Global Emancipatory Movement: Itinerary of a Long-Distance Internationalist. Reviewed by David Featherstone

Robert Ogman, 2013, Against the Nation: Anti-National Politics in Germany. Reviewed by Ina Schmidt

Lorenzo Bosi, Niall Ó Dochartaigh, and Daniela Pisoiu (Eds.), 2015, Political Violence in Context: Time, Space and Milieu. Reviewed by Andrew Kettler

Shaazka Beyerle, 2014, Curtailing Corruption: People Power for Accountability and Justice. Reviewed by Valesca Lima Holanda

List of editorial contacts

List of journal participants

Cover art photo: Angela Davis speaking at Myer Horowitz Theatre, University of Alberta. Photo attribution to Nick Wiebe, licensed CC BY 2.5. The image has been altered from the original for an A4 format.

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