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The movements of movements. Part 1, What makes us move?

Author: Jai Sen
Publisher: Oakland, CA : PM Press ; New Delhi : OpenWord, [2017] ©2017
Series: Challenging empires (Series), volume 4.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jai Sen
ISBN: 9781629633206 1629633208
OCLC Number: 1004563634
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 669 pages).
Contents: 0. Invocations. What Moves Us / Shailja Patel --The Movements of Movements: An Introduction and an Exploration / Jai Sen --
1. Movementscapes. From the Mountains of Chiapas to the Streets of Seattle: This Is What Democracy Looks Like / David McNally --
Anti-Systemic Movements and Transformations of the World-System, 1968-1989 / Fouad Kalouche and Eric Mielants --
Beyond Altermondialisme: Anti-Capitalist Dialectic of Presence / André C Drainville --
Storming Heaven: Where Has the Rage Gone? / Tariq Ali --
Being Indigenous: Resurgences Against Contemporary Colonialism / Taiaiake Alfred and Jeff Corntassel --
Indigenous Feminism and the Heteropatriarchal State / Andrea Smith --
Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Neo-Zapatista Social Movement Networks / Xochitl Leyva Solano --
2. The Movements Of Movements: Struggles for Other Worlds. Dalits, Anti-Imperialist Consciousness, and the Annihilation of Caste / Anand Teltumbde --
Rethinking Self-Determination: Lessons from the Indigenous-Rights Discourse / Jeff Corntassel --
The Tapestry of Neo-Zapatismo: Origins and Development / Xochitl Leyva Solano and Christopher Gunderson --
Ecological Justice and Forest Rights Movements in India: State and Militancy-New Challenges / Roma and Ashok Choudhary --
Open Space in Movement: Reading Three Waves of Feminism / Emilie Hayes --
International Feminisms: New Syntheses, New Directions / Virginia Vargas --
Re-Creating the World: Communities of Faith in the Struggles for Other Possible Worlds / Lee Cormie --
Mahmoud Mohamed Taha: Islamic Witness in the Contemporary World / François Houtart --
Local Islam Gone Global: The Roots of Religious Militancy in Egypt and Its Transnational Transformation / James Toth --
Fighting for Another World: Yusuf al-'Uyairi and His Conceptualisation of Praxis and the Permanent Salafi Revolution / Roel Meijer --
The Networked Internationalism of Labour's Others / Peter Waterman --
From Anti-Imperialist to Anti-Empire: The Crystallisation of the Anti-Globalisation Movement in South Korea / Cho Hee-Yeon --
The Weakest Link? Neoliberalism in Latin America / Emir Sader --
The Return of Strategy / Daniel Bensaïd --
Localisation as Radical Praxis and the New Politics of Climate Change / Peter North and David Featherstone --
Refounding Bolivia: Exploring the Possibility and Paradox of a Social Movements State / Guillermo Delgado-P --
Forward Dreaming: Zapatismo and the Radical Imagination / Alex Khasnabish --
Afterword: Learning to Be Loyal to Each Other: Conversations, Alliances, and Arguments in the Movements of Movements / Laurence Cox.
Series Title: Challenging empires (Series), volume 4.
Other Titles: What makes us move?
Responsibility: Jai Sen, editor.

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