Pubblicazioni recenti degli editor di Interface

Andrey Berdnikov

Aziz Choudry

(co-edited with Dip Kapoor)
NGOization: Complicity, Contradictions and Prospects (Zed Books, 2013)

(co-edited with Dip Kapoor)
Learning from the Ground Up: Global Perspectives on Social Movements and Knowledge Production (paperback edition, 2013)

Co-edited with Jill Hanley and Eric Shragge
Organize! Building from the local for global justice (PM Press, 2012)
Canada: http://www.btlbooks.com/book/organize
USA/Rest of World: https://secure.pmpress.org/index.php?l=product_detail&p=422

Choudry, A. (2012). Building counter-power from the ground up: Contesting NGOization through social movement learning and knowledge production. In Hall, B.L., Clover, D. E., Crowther, J. and Scandrett, E. (Eds.). Learning and education for a better world: the role of social movements (pp.141-154). Rotterdam: Sense.

Choudry, A., and Shragge, E. (2013). Lessons and Learning from/in the 2012 Quebec Student Strike.  Social Policy.

Choudry, A., and Henaway, M. (2012). Agents of misfortune: Contextualizing migrant and immigrant workers’ struggles against temporary labour recruitment agencies.  Labour, Capital and Society, 45 (1).

Choudry, A. (2012). Struggles against bilateral FTAs: Challenges for transnational global justice activism. Studies in Social Justice, 6 (II). 157-175.

Laurence Cox (http://ceesa-ma.blogspot.ie)

Understanding European movements: new social movements, global justice struggles, anti-austerity protest (edited with Cristina Flesher Fominaya). Routledge: May 21 2013 (just published).

Marxism and social movements (edited with Colin Barker, John Krinsky, Alf Nilsen). Brill: June 30 2013 (forthcoming).

Buddhism and Ireland: from the Celts to the counter-culture and beyond. Equinox: July 1 2013 (forthcoming).

Silence would be treason: last letters and writings of Ken Saro-Wiwa (edited with Íde Corley and Helen Fallon). CODESRIA / Daraja: 2013 (forthcoming).

“Gramsci in Mayo: a Marxist perspective on social movements in Ireland”. Helsinki: into-ebooks 2011. Online (free).

“Hearts with one purpose alone? Thinking personal sustainability in social movements”. Emotion, space and society 2 (2009): 52 – 61. Online (free).

Ana Margarida Esteves

Esteves, Ana Margarida. (forthcoming) “Encountering C.L.R. James Beyond the Factory Floor: Women’s groups as promoters of mobilization in the Brazilian Solidarity Economy movement. Forthcoming in The C.L.R. James Journal. (expected date of publication: August 2013)

Esteves, Ana Margarida. (forthcoming) “The Solidarity Economy Alternative and Movement in the USA: The experience of the United States Solidarity Economy Network (USSEN)”, in Vishwas Satgar and Michelle Williams (ed.). Beyond the Social Economy – Capitalism’s Crises and the Solidarity Economy Alternative. Universiy of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Durban, South Africa (expected date of publication: January 2013).

Esteves, Ana Margarida. (forthcoming) “Experiental and relational dimensions in the pedagogical practice of Solidarity Economy: Insights from Brazil” in Sara C. Motta and Mike Cole. Education and Social Change in the Americas. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan Press. (expected date of publication: January 2013)

Esteves, Ana Margarida. (forthcoming) “Decolonizing Livelihoods, Decolonizing the Will: Solidarity Economy as a social justice paradigm in Latin America”. In Michael Reisch (ed.). Routledge International Handbook of Social Justice. Milton Park, Abingdon, UK: Routledge (expected date of publication: March 2013).

Esteves, Ana Margarida. 2013. “Solidarity Economy as a labor movement strategy and ‘integral development’: Perspectives from Brazil” in Vibeke Andersson and Steen Fryba Christensen (ed.). “Latin American Responses to Changing Global Contexts: Development strategies, rights and identity formations”. Aalborg, Denmark: Aalborg University Press. (January 2013)

Esteves, Ana Margarida. 2008. “Processes of Knowledge Production in Social Movements as Multi-level Power Dynamics”. Sociology Compass. 2, 6: 1934-1953 (October 2008)

Cristina Flesher Fominaya (http://aberdeen.academia.edu/CristinaFlesherFominaya)

Understanding European movements (edited with Laurence Cox). Routledge: May 2013 (forthcoming).

Cristina Flesher Fominaya and Laurence Cox “El Proyecto Interface: una reflexión sobre los movimientos sociales y el conocimiento”. Alberto Arribas Lozano, Nayra García-González, Aurora Álvarez Veinguer y Antonio Ortega Santos (eds.) Tentativas, Contagios, Desbordes. Territorios del Pensamiento. Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2012, Pp. 171-185.

Cristina Flesher Fominaya (2012) Youth Participation in Contemporary European Social Movements (Youth Partnership, European Union and Conseil de l´Europe)

Cristina Flesher Fominaya Social Movements and Globalization: Challenges, Possibilities and Dynamics, Palgrave MacMillan (2013, forthcoming)

Cristina Flesher Fominaya  2011 “The Madrid bombings and popular protest: misinformation, counterinformation, mobilisation and elections after ‘11-M’” Contemporary Social Science Vol. 6, 3, pp. 1–19. (November)

Elizabeth Humphrys (http://usyd.academia.edu/ElizabethHumphrys)

Humphrys E (June 2013 forthcoming) ‘Organic Intellectuals and the Australian Global Justice Movement: The Weight of 9/11’, in Colin Barker, Laurence Cox, John Krinsky and Alf Nilsen (eds), Marxism and Social Movements, Brill: Leiden.

Humphrys E (April 2013 forthcoming) ‘After Seattle: Rearticulation and Realignment in the Shadow of the Twin Towers’, in Globalizations, Vol 10, No 3.

Humphrys E (2012) ‘The Birth of Australia: Non Capitalist Social Relations in a Capitalist Mode of Production’, in Journal of Australian Political Economy, Vol 70.

Humphrys E (2012) ‘Your ‘Terrorists’, Our ‘Lone Wolves’: Utøya in the shadow of 9/11’, in Journal of International Relations Research, Vol 1, pp. 72-80. 

Humphrys E (2012) ‘From Global Justice to Occupy Everywhere’, Overland Journal, Special Online Supplement, January 2012.

Mandisi Majavu

Majavu, M. & Spannos, C. (Eds.). (2013 Forthcoming). Hope, Reason and Revolution.

Albert, M. & Majavu, M. (2012). Fanfare for the future: Occupy Theory. Boston: Z Publications.

Pissarra, M. Goniwe, T. & Majavu, M. (Eds.). (2011). Visual Century: South African Visual Art in Context, Book IV. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

Majavu, M. (2008). Life After Colonialism. In C. Spannos (Ed). Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century. California: AK Press.

Majavu, M. (2005). Debts, reforms and social services in Africa. In P.S. Rothenberg (Ed), Beyond borders: Thinking critically about global issues, (pp. 507 – 509). New York: Worth Publishers.

Alice Mattoni

Media Practices and Protest Politics. How precarious workers mobilise. Ashgate (2012)

Mediation and Protest Movements, Intellect, Bristol. Co-edited with Bart Cammaerts and Patrick McCurdy. (forthcoming 2013)

“The Contentious Field of Precarious Work In Italy. Political Actors, Strategies and Coalition Building” In Working U.S.A: The Journal of Labor and Society, 54(13/2). Co-authored with Hae-Lin Choi. (2010)

“Beyond Celebration: Toward a More Nuanced Assessment of Facebook’s Role in Occupy Wall Street”, in Hot Spot – Cultural Anthropology, August 2012. Edited by Jeffrey S. Juris and Maple Razsa.

“Towards a visual analysis of social movements, conflicts and political mobilization” in Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change. Volume 35. (forthcoming 2013). Co-authored with Nicole Doerr and Simon Teune

Sara Motta

Alf Nilsen

Richard Pithouse

‘Fidelity to Fanon’ in Living Fanon, edited by Nigel Gibson, Macmillan, London, 2011

‘Move From, Not On the Occult Zone’ in Transnationalism and Urbanism, edited by Stefan Krätke, Stephan Lanz & Kathryn Wildner, Routledge, 2012

‘Thinking Resistance in the Shantytown’ in People, Place, and Space: A Reader, edited by Jen Gieseking, William Mangold, Cindi Katz, Setha Low, and Susan Saegert, Routledge, London, 2012

‘Frantz Fanon Fifty Years Later’, Social Dynamics, Vol. 37, No. 3, 2012

‘Thought Amidst Waste’, Journal of Asian & African Studies, Vol., 47., 2012

‘The Open Door of Every Consciousness’, South Atlantic Quarterly, 2013, Vol. 112, No.

Peter Waterman

World Social Forum: Critical Explorations. Edited by Jai Sen and Peter Waterman. OpenWord, New Delhi, 2012. http://www.into-ebooks.com/book/world_social_forum/ and http://www.openword.in/critical-explorations.

Recovering Internationalism, Creating the New Global Solidarity: Labour, Social Movements and Emancipation in the 21st Century. (Compilation covering 2000-10), November 2012. Helsinki: Into-Ebooks.

For the Global Emancipation of Labour: New Movements and Struggles around Work, Workers and Precarity’ (Co-edited Special Issue of Interface, No 4:2, 2012).

The Second Coming of the World Federation of Trade Unions’ (2012).  Unionbook

Marikana, South Africa, The March of the Undead’ (2012). Unionbook

Itinerary of a Long-Distance  Internationalist (1936-20??):  London, Prague, Zaria, The Hague, Barcelona, Durban, Porto Alegre, Cyberspace… (working title of autobiography). Forthcoming 2013-14.

Lesley Wood

Diffusion, Deliberation and Direct Action: Collective Action after the WTO Protests in Seattle. Cambridge UP, 2012.

Social Movements 1768-2012. with Charles Tilly. Paradigm, 2012

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