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Dynamics of dissent : theorizing movements for inclusive futures / edited by John Clammer, Meera Chakravorty, Marcus Bussey and Tanmayee Banerjee.

Other author/creatorClammer, J. R., editor.
Other author/creatorChakravorty, Meera, editor.
Other author/creatorBussey, Marcus, editor.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info New York : Routledge, 2020.
Descriptionxii, 178 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Dynamics of dissent : theorising movements for inclusive futures / NIKOLAI BLASKOW -- Conversations across abstractions : a silent movement by the poet- wayfarers / MEERA CHAKRAVORTY -- "What knowledge is this?" : the role of 'special knowledge' during moments of broad social change / FRANCESCA BUSSEY -- Feministic theory and practice in Sweden and its impact on families, the labour market and legislation / CHRISTINA ZAAR -- Kabir Suman : the child and father of movements / TANMAYEE BANERJEE -- Lotus and labrys : the role and legacy of two young women's movements in Wellington, New Zealand at the end of the millennium / PENNY EHRHARDT -- Perspectives on Japan's anti-nuclear movements : the effectiveness of social movements? / NAOKO KUMAGAI and JOHN CLAMMER -- Ressentiment as false transcendence : and how transformative dissenting political and social movements can create inclusivity / NIKOLAI BLASKOW -- Song of the sawngs : transformation of a cultural protest and the role of nationalist politics / RAJAT KANTI SUR -- "We shall rise" : intimate theory and embodied dissent / MARCUS BUSSEY -- Women in black -- a women's peace movement -- Susan Finch -- Afterword: inclusive futures and dissenting visions / MEERA CHAKRAVORTY -- Index.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Genre/formCross-cultural studies.
LCCN 2019015640
ISBN9781138603967 (hardback : alk. paper)

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