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 (

Why Social Movements MatterRowman 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

Scholarship and activism: a social movements perspective.” Studies in Social Justice 9(1): 34-53, 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 (

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.

— 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.

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.

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.

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 (

“The Eventful Places of Occupy Wall Street and Tahrir Square: Cosmopolitan Imagination and Social Movements.” Globalizations.

Risager, B. S., & Thorup, M. (2016). Protesting the Neoliberal University: The Danish Student Movement, ‘A Different University’. Interface 8(1).

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.