The Movements of Movements: What Makes Us Move?

The full text of Jai Sen’s edited collection “The Movements of Movements: what makes us move?” is now available free online at http://www.cacim.net/twiki/tiki-index.php?page=Publications/Table+of+Contents. This is an advance online version; the book will be published in 2017 by PM Press and OpenWord. Volume II of the same collection, “The Movements of Movements: rethinking our dance” will be available via http://cacim.net/twiki/tiki-index.php?page=Publications shortly. The publishers are making the books free in advance for discussion and debate in social movements, activist groups, academic courses and online on a not-for-republication basis.

Table of Contents

Front Pages, including :

  • Acknowledgements & Credits
  • Notes on the Editors
  • Notes on the Contributors
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Invocations

Proem : Shailja Patel – What Moves Us

Introduction : Jai Sen – The Movements of Movements : An Introduction and an Exploration

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Movementscapes

1.1 David McNally – From the Mountains of Chiapas to the Streets of Seattle : This is What Democracy Looks Like

1.2 Fouad Kalouche and Eric Mielants – Antisystemic Movements and Transformations of the World-System, 1968–1989

1.3 André C Drainville – Beyond Altermondialisme : Anti-Capitalist Dialectic of Presence

1.4 Tariq Ali – Storming Heaven : Where Has The Rage Gone ?

1.5 Taiaiake Alfred and Jeff Corntassel – Being Indigenous : Resurgences against Contemporary Colonialism

1.6 Andrea Smith – Indigenous Feminism and the Heteropatriachal State

1.7 Xochitl Leyva Solano – Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Neo-Zapatista Social Movement Networks

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The Movements of Movements :
Struggles for Other Worlds

2.1 Anand Teltumbde – Anti-Imperialism, Dalits, and the Annihilation of Caste

2.2 Jeff Corntassel – Rethinking Self-Determination : Lessons from the Indigenous-Rights Discourse

2.3 Xochitl Leyva Solano and Christopher Gunderson – The Tapestry of Neo-Zapatismo : Origins and Development

2.4 Roma and Ashok Choudhary – Ecological Justice and Forest Right Movements in India : State and Militancy – New Challenges

2.5 Emilie Hayes – Open Space in Movement : Reading Three Waves of Feminism

2.6 Virginia Vargas – International Feminisms : New Syntheses, New Directions

2.7 Lee Cormie – Re-Creating the World : Communities of Faith in the Struggles for Other Possible Worlds

2.8 François Houtart – Mahmoud Mohamed Taha : Islamic Witness in the Contemporary World

2.9 James Toth – Local Islam Gone Global : The Roots of Religious Militancy in Egypt and its Transnational Transformation

2.10 Roel Meijer – Fighting for Another World : Yusuf Al-‘Uyairi’s Conceptualisation of Praxis and the Permanent Salafi Revolution

2.11 Peter Waterman – The Networked Internationalism of Labour’s Others

2.12 Cho Hee-Yeon – From Anti-Imperialist to Anti-Empire : The Crystallisation of the Anti-Globalisation Movement in South Korea

2.13 Emir Sader – The Weakest Link ? Neoliberalism in Latin America

2.14 Daniel Bensaïd – The Return of Strategy

2.15 Peter North and David Featherstone – Localisation as Radical Praxis and the New Politics of Climate Change

2.16 Guillermo Delgado-P – Refounding Bolivia : Exploring the Possibility and Paradox of a Social Movements State

2.17 Alex Khasnabish – Forward Dreaming : Zapatismo and the Radical Imagination

Afterword

Laurence Cox – ‘Learning to be Loyal to Each Other’ : Conversations, Alliances, and Arguments in the Movements of Movements

References

Compiled, comprehensive Bibliography for The Movements of Movements, Part 1 : What Makes Us Move?

 

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