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What moves us : the lives and times of the radical imagination

Author: Alex Khasnabish; Max Haiven
Publisher: Winnipeg : Fernwood, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Emerging from the Radical Imagination Project, a social movement research initiative based in Halifax, Canada, What Moves Us? brings together a diverse group of scholar-activists and movement based thinkers and practitioners to reflect on the relationship between the radical imagination and radical social change. Combining political biography with movement-based histories, these activists provide critical insights  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: What moves us.:
Winnipeg : Fernwood, 2017.
(CaOONL)20179031694
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alex Khasnabish; Max Haiven
ISBN: 9781552669884 1552669882
OCLC Number: 987796397
Description: pages cm.
Responsibility: edited by Alex Khasnabish and Max Haiven.

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"Emerging from the Radical Imagination Project, a social movement research initiative based in Halifax, Canada, What Moves Us? brings together a diverse group of scholar-activists and movement based thinkers and practitioners to reflect on the relationship between the radical imagination and radical social change. Combining political biography with movement-based histories, these activists provide critical insights into the opportunities and challenges that confront struggles for social justice today. In original essays and interviews, these radical thinkers from across Canada and beyond contemplate the birth of their own radical consciousness and the political and intellectual commitments that animate their activism."--

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