Interface volume 8 issue 1. General issue


Volume 8 issue 1, single file
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ISSN 2009-2431


General issue
Kasim Tirmizey, Anna Szolucha
(pp. 1 – 5)

Call for papers volume 9 issue 1

Open call (p. 6)

General articles

Protesting the neoliberal university: the Danish student movement “A different university” (peer-reviewed article)
Bjarke Skærlund Risager and Mikkel Thorup (pp. 7 – 33)

Feminism, crises and affect: women in academia contemplating publics and performativities (research note)
Anastasia Christou (pp. 34 – 44)

Organizing in abeyance: examining the single-payer healthcare movement in the era of Affordable Care Act implementation (peer-reviewed article)
Shelley K. White and Amy Finnegan (pp. 45 – 76)

A survey of the Living Wage movement in Canada: prospects and challenges (peer-reviewed article)
Bryan Evans and Carlo Fanelli (pp. 77 – 96)

Activists and philanthropists: understanding the political habitus of Salvadorans in the D.C. Metro area (peer-reviewed article)
Karen Tejada (pp. 97 – 116)

Strengthening the climate action movement: strategies from contemporary social action campaigns (peer-reviewed article)
Laurence L. Delina and Mark Diesendorf (pp. 117 – 141)

The evolving texture of environmentalism and submergence of justice: a critical note on the Narmada Valley protest in India (peer-reviewed article)
Suresh Babu (pp. 142 – 156)

Hunger power: the embodied protest of the political hunger strike (peer-reviewed article)
Amanda Machin (pp. 157 – 180)

The world according to social movement journals: a preliminary mapping (peer-reviewed article)
Tomás Mac Sheoin (pp. 181 – 204)


Single PDF (EN)  (pp. 205 – 237)

Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, 2014, The Politics of Autonomy in Latin America: The Art of Organizing Hope. Reviewed by Ryan A. Knight

Colin Barker, Laurence Cox, John Krinsky, and Alf Gunvald Nilsen (Eds.), 2014, Marxism and Social Movements. Reviewed by Christina Heatherton

Anne Alexander & Mostafa Bassiouny, 2014, Bread, Freedom, Social Justice: Workers and the Egyptian Revolution. Reviewed by Stephen M. Strenges

James S. Ormrod, 2014, Fantasy and Social Movements. Reviewed by Andrew Kettler

Michelle D. Bonner, 2014, Policing protest in Argentina and Chile. Reviewed by Tomás MacSheoin

Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson, 2015, Unsettling Canada: A National Wake-Up Call. Reviewed by Maja Curcic

Óscar García Agustín, 2015, Sociology of Discourse: From institutions to social change. Reviewed by Alexandra Ana

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Cover art photo credit: Black Lives Matter, 15 January 2015. This photo was taken during a Black Lives Matter rally at McKeldin Square in downtown Baltimore. Three months later the city would erupt in unrests due to the death of Freddie Gray, who suffered a fatal spinal cord injury while in police custody. Since moving to Baltimore from Europe 20 years ago, Dorret Oosterhoff has been all over the city to document vibrant community events. She specialises in photographing musicians in intimate jazz club settings. To see some of her work go to:

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