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Interface vol.9, issue 2: Beyond the core

Interface vol.9, issue 2: Beyond the core

Geoffrey Pleyers (coord.) , Laurence Cox , Alf Gunvald Nilsen
novembre-décembre, 2017


Social movement thinking beyond the core: theories and research in post-colonial and post-socialist societies Laurence Cox, Alf Gunvald Nilsen, Geoffrey Pleyers

Call for papers

Call for papers volume 10 issue 2 Political parties, trade unions and social movements: emancipatory reconfigurations of popular organisation

Themed pieces

Simin Fadaee, Bringing in the South: towards a global paradigm for social movement studies (peer-reviewed article)

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

Pepijn van Eeden, Politicisation and depoliticisation of ecology: Polish and Romanian perspectives (peer-reviewed article)

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

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

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

Tomás MacSheoin, What happened to the peasants? Material for a history of an alternative tradition of resistance in Ireland (peer-reviewed article)

General pieces

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

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

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

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

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

Bert Lewis, Ghosts at work: notes on workplace hauntings (research note)


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 & 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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Local Strategies of Integration in Late Choson Korea

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