Identity, Place, Knowledge; Social Movements Contesting Globalization
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Identity, Place, Knowledgelooks closely at the knowledge that arises from activist practice and its significance for enacting new, democratic politics. The result is a innovative approach to the study of social movements that combines "activist ethnography" with wide-ranging theoretical discussions in political economy, cultural studies, critical pedagogy and urban theory. This allows us to see how a local social movement interfaces with the global conjuncture of the anti-globalization movements, 9/11 and the resurgence of Empire.
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