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Interface volume 4 issue 1. The season of revolution: the Arab Spring and European mobilizations
May 10, 2012 by laurence
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The season of revolution: the Arab Spring and European mobilizations. Magid Shihade, Cristina Flesher Fominaya and Laurence Cox (pp. 1 – 16)
The season of revolution: the Arab Spring
Weaving revolution: harassment by the Egyptian regime (action note) Austin Mackell (pp. 17 – 19)
Weaving revolution: speaking with Kamal El-Fayoumi (interview) Austin Mackell (pp. 20 – 32)
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The Arab revolutions: a year after Samir Amin (pp. 33 – 42)
Dream history of the global South (P) Vijay Prashad (pp. 43 – 53)
Containing the “Arab Spring” (P) Jeremy Salt (pp. 54 – 66)
The legacy of US intervention and the Tunisian revolution: promises and challenges one year on (P) Azadeh Shahshahani and Corinna Mullin (pp. 67 – 101)
After Mubarak, before transition: the challenges for Egypt’s domestic opposition (interview and event analysis) Andrea Teti and Gennaro Gervasio (pp. 102 – 112)
Syria, the Arab uprisings, and the political economy of authoritarian resilience (P) Bassam Haddad (pp. 113 – 130)
Corporate American media coverage of Arab revolutions: the contradictory messages of modernity (P) Steven Salaita (pp. 67 – 101)
A politics of non-recognition? Biopolitics of Arab Gulf worker protests in the year of uprisings (P) Ahmed Kanna (pp. 146 – 164)
The Arab upsurge and the “viral” revolutions of our time (P) Aditya Nigam (pp. 165 – 177)
Witness and trace: January 25 graffiti and public art as archive (event analysis) Cassie Findlay (pp. 178 – 182)
Special section: a new wave of European mobilizations?
Guest editor: Mayo Fuster Morell
“Esta revolución es muy copyleft”. Entrevista a Stéphane M. Grueso a propósito del 15M Eduardo Romanos (pp. 183 – 206)
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Horizontal democracy now: from alterglobalization to occupation (P)Marianne Maeckelbergh (pp. 207 – 234)
15M. Trajectòries mobilitzadores i especifitats territorials. El cas català (P)Fabià Díaz-Cortés i Gemma Ubasart-Gonzàlez (pp. 235 – 250)
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Public squares and resistance: the politics of space in the Indignados movement (P) Puneet Dhaliwal (pp. 251 – 273)
Mobilizing against the crisis, mobilizing for “another democracy”: comparing two global waves of protest (event analysis) Donatella della Porta (pp. 274 – 277)
Algunas ideas sobre política y políticas en el cambio de épocas: Retos asociados a la nueva sociedad y a los movimientos sociales emergentes (event analysis) Joan Subirats (pp. 278 – 286)
Articles: general
Collective identity formation and collective action framing in a Mexican “movement of movements” (P) Marina Adler (pp. 287 – 315)
Participatory budgeting in the city: challenging NYC’s development paradigm from the grassroots (practice note) Nancy Baez and Andreas Hernandez (pp. 316 – 326)
Struggling to unite: the rise and fall of one university movement in Poland. (P)Magdalena Prusinowska, Piotr Kowzan, Małgorzata Zielińska (pp. 327 – 359)
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The Water Pressure Group: lessons learned (action note) Jim Gladwin and Rose Hollins (pp. 360 – 369)
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Erica Chenoweth and Maria J. Stephan, Why civil resistance works: the strategic logic of nonviolent action.Brian Martin
Firoze Manji and Sokari Ekine (eds), Africa awakening: the emerging revolutions. Karen Ferreira-Meyers
Amory Starr, Luis Fernandez and Christian Scholl, Shutting down the streets: political violence and social control in the global era. Deborah Eade
Rebecca Kolins Givan, Kenneth Roberts and Sarah Soule (eds), The diffusion of social movements: actors, mechanisms, and political effects. Cecelia Walsh-Russo
Florian Heßdörfer, Andrea Pabst and Peter Ullrich (eds), Prevent and tame: protest under (self)control. Lucinda Thompson
Observatorio Metropolitano, Crisis y revolución en Europa: people of Europe rise up! Michael Byrne
Mariel Mikaela Arthur Lemonik, Student activism and curricular change in higher education. Christine Neejer
Rebecca MacKinnon, Consent of the networked: the worldwide struggle for internet freedom. Piotr Konieczny
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Articles marked (P) have been subject to double-blind peer review by one academic researcher and one movement practitioner. The other pieces have been edited by the authors in collaboration with an Interface editor.
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Austin Mackell is an Australian freelance journalist with a progressive outlook and special interest in the Middle East. He reported from Lebanon during the 2006 Israeli invasion, Iran during the turbulent 2009 elections, and recently moved to Cairo to report on the transition to democracy. He tweets as @austingmackell and blogs at The Moon Under Water. Austin also has an interview and action note on the labour movement in Egypt in this issue of Interface.
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