Current publications by Interface editors

Irina Ceric

Sutapa Chattopadhyay

Bodies, Nomes and the Cadence of Banal Borders: Storying Migrant Trajectories. Border Imperialism – Special Issue. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies. (forthcoming)

Caliban and the Witch and Wider Bodily Geographies“. Gender, Place and Culture 24 (2): 160-173, 2016.

Migration, Squatting and Radical Autonomy”. Routledge Space, Place, Politics Series [ISBN # 9781315673301] (with Pierpaolo Mudu, 2016)

Post-colonial Development State, Primitive Accumulation of Nature and Social transformation of ousted Adivasis in the Narmada valley”. Capitalism Nature Socialism. 25 (4): 65-84, 2014.

Getting personal: Narrating the Field: A researcher’s journey to the villages of Narmada Valley”, Gender, Place and Culture. 20 (2): 137-159, 2012.

Adivasi Insurgencies and Power in Colonial India”, ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies. 11 (1): 55-80, 2012.

Narrating everyday spaces of the indigenous migrants in Sardar SarovarPopulation, Space and Place. 16 (2), 2009.

Laurence Cox (http://laurencecox.wordpress.com)

The Irish Buddhist: the Forgotten Monk who Faced Down the British Empire (with Alicia Turner and Brian Bocking). Oxford University Press, 2020

Why Social Movements Matter. Rowman and Littlefield International, 2018

Voices of 1968: Documents from the Global North (co-edited with Salar Mohandesi and Bjarke Risager). Pluto, 2018

The Irish water charges movement: theorising ‘the social movement in general‘.” Interface 9(1): 161-203, 2017

Learning to be loyal to each other: conversations, alliances, and arguments in the movements of movements.” Afterword to Jai Sen (ed.), The Movements of Movements vol. 1 (PM / OpenWord), 2017

Challenging toxic hegemony: repression and resistance in Rossport and the Niger Delta.” Social Justice 41(1-2): 227-245, 2015

We Make Our Own History: Marxism and Social Movements in the Twilight of Neoliberalism (co-written with Alf Nilsen). Pluto, 2014.

Brecht de Smet

Radha d’Souza

Revolt and Reform in South Asia: From Ghadar Movement to ‘9/11’ and After’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol – XLIX No. 7, February 15, 2014), pp.59-73.

What can Activist Scholars Learn from Rumi?Philosophy East and West, vol. 64:1 2014, pp. 1-24.

Imperialism and Self Determination: Revisiting the Nexus in LeninEconomic & Political Weekly (Special Articles) April 13, 2013 vol xlvIiI no 15 p. 60-69

Imperial Agendas, Global Solidarities and Socio-legal Scholarship on the Third World: Methodological ReflectionsOsgoode Hall Law Journal, Summer 49:3 2012, p. 6-43.

Three Actors, Two Geographies, One Philosophy: The Straightjacket of Social Movements” in Alf Nilsen and Sara Motta (eds) Social Movements and/in the Postcolonial: Dispossession, Development and Resistance in the Global South (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave, 2011, ch.10 p. 227-249).

When Unreason Masquerades as Reason: Can Law Regulate Trade and Networked Communication Ethically?” in G. Cheny, S. May and D. Munshi (eds) Handbook of Communication Ethics (New York, NY, Abingdon, Oxon: International Communication Association, Routledge, 2011 ch. 28 p. 475-493).

The Rights Conundrum: Poverty of Philosophy Amidst Poverty” in Banakar, R. (ed) Rights in Context: Law and Justice in Late Modern Society (Basingstoke: Ashgate, 2010 ch.3 p. 55-69).

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.

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)

Helge Hiram Jensen

Melanie Kryst

Kryst, M./ Zajak, S. (2017, forthcoming): Mehr Staat durch Markt? Adressierungsstrategien der Anti-Sweatshop-Bewegung in Europa. In: Daphi, P./ Deitelhoff, N./ Rucht, D./ Teune, S. (Eds.): Protest in Bewegung? Zum Wandel von Bedingungen, Formen und Effekten politischen Protests. Leviathan Sonderheft.

Koch-Baumgarten, S./ Kryst, M. (2015): Trade unions and collective bargaining power in global governance. In: Marx, A./ Wouters, J./ Beke, L./ rayp, G. (Eds.): Global Governance of Labour Rights. Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pp. 150-169. http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/global-governance-of-labor-rights

— translated (2016) (Chinese): 全球劳动治理中的工会和集体 西格·科赫鲍姆加滕;德梅·克里斯 ;鲍传健; in: 国外理论动态 , Foreign Theoretical Trends, 2016 (10), pp. 134-143.

Kryst, M. (2012): Coalitions of labour unions and NGOs. The room of maneuver of the German Clean Clothes Campaign. In: Interface: a journal for and about social movements, 4 (2), pp. 101-129. http://www.interfacejournal.net/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Interface-4-2-Kryst.pdf

Kryst, M. (2010): Wenn sie doch schritten Seit‘ an Seit‘. Europäische Gewerkschaften zwischen Standortwettbewerb und Integration. In: 360°. Das studentische Journal für Politik und Gesellschaft, 1/10, pp. 101-111. http://www.budrich-journals.de/index.php/360grad/article/view/23489

Jung, T./ Bürger, L./ Chmilewski, K./ Garscha, J./ Hanemann, L./ Kryst, M. (2010): Studienführerin Gender in der Politikwissenschaft. Marburg: GendA – Zentrum für Arbeit, Demokratie und Gender. https://www.uni-marburg.de/genderzukunft/studium/studienfuehrer-gender/studienfuehreringenderpowi

Kevin Lin

Lin K (2015) “Global Capitalism and the Transformation of China’s Working Class”, in Globalization and Transnational Capitalism in Asia and Oceania (ed. Jeb Sprague), Routledge: Singapore and London

Lin K (2015) “Recomposing Chinese Migrant and State-Sector Workers”, in Chinese Workers in Comparative Perspective (ed. Anita Chan), Ithaca: Cornell University Press

Lin K (2015) “Restructuring China’s State Corporatist Industrial Relations System: the Wenling experience” (co-authored with Xiaoyi Wen), Journal of Contemporary China, 24 (94)

Lin K (2015) “China’s Growing Labour Movement Offers Hope For Workers Globally” (co-authored with Tom Barnes), The Conversation (republished by China Policy Institute Blog, University of Nottingham & Business Spectator)

Lin K (2014)  “Expanding the Umbrella Movement”, Jacobin

Lin K (2013) “Contesting State Ownership”, China Story Journal

Lin K (2013) “China’s Coming Social Explosion”, Overland

Sara Motta

Jiří Navrátil

Dawn Paley

Capitalismo Antidrogas: Una guerra contra el pueblo. Libertad Bajo Palabra, 2018.

Drug War Capitalism. Oakland: AK Press, 2014.

Elisabet Rasch

Sarah Raymundo

Bjarke Risager (https://au.academia.edu/BjarkeRisager)

“The Eventful Places of Occupy Wall Street and Tahrir Square: Cosmopolitan Imagination and Social Movements.” Globalizations. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2016.1217623

Risager, B. S., & Thorup, M. (2016). Protesting the Neoliberal University: The Danish Student Movement, ‘A Different University’. Interface 8(1). http://www.interfacejournal.net/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Issue-8-1-Risager-and-Thorup.pdf

Heike Schaumberg

El “desarrollo desigual y combinado” de la crisis neoliberal: Argentina como marcadora de las tendencias generales. Revista Herramienta, July 2016 (in press).

Argentina’s 2001 Crisis: The lessons for Greece. Socialist Review, Sept. 2015.

Argentina since 2001: From spontaneous uprising to ‘transition’, or a crisis intermezzo? In Argentina since the 2001 crisis: Recovering the Past, Reclaiming the Future (eds) C. Levey, D. Ozarow & C. Wylde. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. 2014, p. 135 – 154.

Disorganisation’ as Social-Movement Tactic: Re-appropriating Politics During the Crisis of Neoliberal Capitalism. In: Marxism and Social Movements. Edited by: Colin Barker, Laurence Cox, John Krinsky, and Alf Gunvald Nilsen. Brill.  2013, p. 377 – 400.

J’accuse…!’ Crisis in the Reproduction of Anthropological Scholarship. Anthropology in Action, Volume 16 [2], Summer 2009, p. 51-62

In Search of Alternatives: The Making of Grassroots Politics and Power in Argentina. Bulletin of Latin American Studies. 27 [3], July 2008, p. 368 – 387.

Recuperating Dignity: Labour Restructuring and Productive Alternatives in Argentina. In ‘Questions contemporaines’, Volume: ’La mondialisation au risque des travailleurs’. Edited by: E. Baumann, L. Bazin, P. Ould-Ahmed, P. Phélinas, M. Selim, R. Sobel. L’Harmattan, 2008.

Anna Szolucha

Kasim Tirmizey

Lesley Wood

2014    Crisis and Control: The Militarization of Protest Policing. Pluto Books Limited. (Canadian edition, Between the Lines; US distribution, University of Chicago) 

2019    Social Movements 1768-2018, 4th edition. Co-authored with Charles Tilly and Ernesto Castaneda. Routledge

forthcoming  “Anarchist Gatherings 1986-2017.” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies

2017    “Eventful Events: Local Outcomes of G20 Summit Protests in Pittsburgh and Toronto,” Co-authored by Lesley Wood, Suzanne Staggenborg, Glenn Stalker and Rachel Kutz-Flammenbaum. Social Movement Studies 16(5):1-15

2017    “Neither Cooptation nor Charity” in Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up?. Edited by Michael Truscello and Ajamu Nanwaya. AK Press. 

 

‘Revolt and Reform in South Asia: From Ghadar Movement to ‘9/11’ and After’, Economic and Political Weekly Vol - XLIX No. 7, February 15, 2014), pp.59-73.