Interface volume 9 issue 2. Social movement thinking beyond the core


Volume 9 issue 2, single file
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ISSN 2009-2431


Social movement thinking beyond the core: theories and research in post-colonial and post-socialist societies
Laurence Cox, Alf Nilsen, Geoffrey Pleyers (pp. 1 – 36)

Call for papers volume 10 issue 2

Political parties, trade unions and social movements: emancipatory reconfigurations of popular organisation (pp. 37 – 44)

Themed pieces

Bringing in the South: towards a global paradigm for social movement studies (peer-reviewed article)
Simin Fadaee
(pp. 45 – 60)

What it takes to compare non-core movements: a world-systems perspective. Two cases from contemporary East Central European movements (peer-reviewed article)
Agnes Gagyi (pp. 61 – 82)

Politicisation and depoliticisation of ecology: Polish and Romanian perspectives (peer-reviewed article)
Pepijn van Eeden (pp. 83 – 113)

Emotive acts of citizenship, social change and knowledge production in Lebanon (peer-reviewed article)
Dina Kiwan (pp. 114 – 142)

Grief and the inter-cultural public sphere: “rights of nature” and the contestation of “global coloniality” (peer-reviewed article)
Erin Fitz-Henry (pp. 143 – 161)

Collaboration and competition: market queens, trade unions and collective action of informal workers in Ghana’s Makola Market (peer-reviewed article)
Tanja D. Hendriks (pp. 162 – 187)

What happened to the peasants? Material for a history of an alternative tradition of resistance in Ireland (peer-reviewed article)
Tomás Mac Sheoin (pp. 188 – 275)

General pieces

Toward an anti-fracking mobilization toolkit: ten practices from Western Newfoundland’s campaign (peer-reviewed article)
Leah M. Fusco and Angela V. Carter (pp. 276 – 299)

From dams to democracy: framing processes and political opportunities in Chile’s Patagonia Without Dams movement (peer-reviewed article)
Sophia L. Borgias and Yvonne A. Braun (pp. 300 – 328)

Facilitating dissident action: perils and potentials of a self-organising initiative (event analysis)
Signe Thydal and Christian F. Svensson (pp. 329 – 343)

El tractament de les vagues a la premsa espanyola: anàlisi de la informació sobre causes i conseqüències (research note)
Iván Carretero-Navarro and Eva Espinar-Ruiz (pp. 344 – 352)

Not yet the end of the world: political cultures of opposition and creation
in the global youth climate justice movement (peer-reviewed article)
John Foran, Summer Gray and Corrie Grosse (pp. 353 – 379)

Ghosts at work: notes on workplace hauntings (research note)
Bert Lewis (pp. 380 – 388)


Single PDF (EN)  (pp. 389 – 444)

Donna Haraway, 2016, Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene. Review author: Carolyn Elerding

Chris Robé, 2017, Breaking the Spell: A History of Anarchist Filmmakers, Videotape Guerrillas, and Digital Ninjas. Review author: Beth Geglia

Sharpe, Christina, 2016, In the Wake: On Blackness and Being. Review author: Shannon Walsh

Robbie Shilliam, 2015, The Black Pacific: Anti-Colonial Struggles and Oceanic Connections. Review author: Lewis B.H. Eliot

Ingeborg Gaarde, 2017, Peasants negotiating a global policy space – La Via Campesina in the Committee on World Food Security. Review author: Maria Vasile

Wesley Lowery, 2017, They Can’t Kill Us All: The Story of Black Lives Matter. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, 2016, From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation. Christopher J. Lebron, 2017, The Making of Black Lives Matter: A Brief History of an Idea. Review author: Andrew Kettler

Jodi Dean, 2016, Crowds and Party. Donatella della Porta, Joseba Fernández, Hara Kouki and Lorenzo Mosca, 2017, Movement Parties Against Austerity. Richard Seymour, 2016, Corbyn. The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics. Review author: Andy Mathers

Dylan Taylor, 2017, Social Movements and Democracy in the 21st century. Review author: Laurence Cox

Harald Bauder, 2017, Migration Borders Freedom. Review author: Sutapa Chattopadhyay

Nandini Sundar, 2016, The Burning Forest: India’s war on Bastar. Review author: Sutapa Chattopadhyay

Kristian Lasslett (2014), State Crime on the Margins of Empire: Rio Tinto, the War on Bougainville and Resistance to Mining. Review Author: Alexander Dunlap

Adam Greenfield, 2017, Radical Technologies: The Design of Everyday Life. Review author: Harry Warne

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Cover art: Photo of the Rozbrat squat in Poznan, Poland. © Miguel Martinez 2017.

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