Interface issue 2 volume 1: crises, social movements and revolutionary transformations

Contents

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ISSN 2009-2431

Editorial

Crises, social movements and revolutionary transformations. Alf Nilsen, Andrejs Berdnikovs and Elizabeth Humphrys (pp.1-21)
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Activist interview

Be careful of your man-tones! Gender politics in revolutionary struggle. Ashanti Alston in interview with Hilary Darcy (pp.22-35)
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Testimony

Tim Costello: an appreciation. Jeremy Brecher (pp. 36 – 43)
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Articles

“Another world was possible”? Anti-capitalism in the year 2000. John Charlton (pp. 44-78)
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Crisis and turning points in revolutionary development: emotion, organization and strategy in Solidarnosc. Colin Barker (pp. 79-117)
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The state of emancipation: with, within, without? (P) Kirk Helliker (pp. 118-143)
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Sociopolitical and philosophical questions of organization in making a human society. Samuel R Friedman (pp. 144-153)
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A matter of trust: the politics of working-class self-education (P). Jean Bridgeman (pp. 154-167)
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Pensar las luchas autónomas como potencia, pensar la autonomía como categoría abierta. Alfredo Duarte Corte (pp. 168-189)
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Labour at the 2009 Belém Social Forum: between an ambiguous past and an uncertain future. Peter Waterman (pp. 190 – 213)
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Event analyses and action note

“Another world is possible as long as it is feminist too”: dissenting acts and discourses by Greek leftist feminists (event analysis). Maria Kyriakidou (pp. 214-220)
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The outdoor games of the 2009 Winter Unlympiad at Washington Park (action note). Anne Elizabeth Moore (pp. 221-231)
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New openings for movement and consciousness in the US (event analysis). Beth Gonzales and Walda Katz-Fischman (pp. 232-242)
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Debating David Harvey

Organizing for the anti-capitalist transition. David Harvey (pp. 243-261)
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Responses

A new and unsettling force: the strategic relevance of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign. Willie Baptist (pp. 262-270)
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“Daily life” not a “moment” like the rest: notes on Harvey’s “Organizing for the anti-capitalist transition”. AK Thompson (pp. 271-286)
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Responding to Harvey: it’s all about organizing. Benjamin Shepard (pp. 287-297)
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“The interests of the movement as a whole”: response to David Harvey. Laurence Cox (pp. 298-308)
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Educating resistance. Anna Selmeczi (pp. 309-314)
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Which right to which city? In defence of political-strategic clarity. Marcelo Lopes de Sousa (pp. 315-333)
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Key documents

En boca de todos: apuntes para divulgar historia. Producción colectiva (pp. 334-380)
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Reviews
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Marianne Maeckelbergh, The will of the many: how the alterglobalisation movement is changing the face of democracy. Emma Dowling

Daryl Maeda, Chains of Babylon: the rise of Asian America. Adrienne Showalter Matlock

Rory McVeigh, Rise of the Ku Klux Klan: right-wing movements and national politics. Allison L Hurst

Mastaneh Shah-Shuja, Zones of proletarian development. Donagh Davis

Lucien van der Walt and Michael Schmidt, Black flame: the revolutionary class politics of anarchism and syndicalism. Deric Shannon

Lynne Woehrle, Patrick Coy and Gregory Maney, Contesting patriotism: culture, power and strategy in the peace movement. Janeske Botes

Jeff Juris, Networking futures: the movements against corporate globalization. Israel Rodríguez-Giralt [ES + EN]

Call for papers volume 3 issue 1:

Repression and social movements (pp. 415-416)
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Articles marked (P) have been subject to double-blind peer review by one academic researcher and one movement practitioner. Other articles have been developed in dialogue between editors and authors.

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