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[liberationtech] two special issues on Occupy/Indignados/Arab Spring

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Tue Aug 28 12:27:40 PDT 2012


From: jasper teunissen <jasperteunissen at hotmail.com>

 Hi all,

Via protestcamps.org (article below), here is a list of fresh academic
articles about our movements. To download the full PDF's you'll need
university access codes, but in case you are interested in any of these
writings, let me know and I can give you a hint on how to get access ;-)

grts jasper

*South Atlantic Quarterly (2012) 111(3): Encampments and Occupations*

see abstracts here <http://saq.dukejournals.org/content/current>
Michael Hardt: *Note from the Editor*
Zeinab Abul-Magd: *Occupying Tahrir Square: The Myths and the Realities of
the Egyptian Revolution*
Raúl Sánchez Cedillo: *15M: Something Constituent This Way Comes*
Stavros Stavrides: *Squares in Movement*
Heather Gautney: *Repossession by Occupation*
Emma Dowling, Anna Feigenbaum, Susan Pell, and Katherine Stanley: *Occupy
London*

*Social Movements Studies (2012) 11(3)*

a selection on Occupy, see full list and abstracts
here<http://www.tandfonline.com/action/showAxaArticles?journalCode=csms20>
Andy Scerri: *The World Social Forum: Another World Might Be Possible*
Johanna Siméant: Committing to Internationalisation: *Careers of African
Participants at the World Social Forum*
Lorenzo Zamponi: *‘Why don't Italians Occupy?’ Hypotheses on a Failed *
Adam J. Barker: *Already Occupied: Indigenous Peoples, Settler Colonialism
and the Occupy Movements in North America*
Mayo Fuster Morell: *The Free Culture and 15M Movements in Spain:
Composition, Social Networks and Synergies*
Sasha Costanza-Chock: *Mic Check! Media Cultures and the Occupy Movement*
Anna Feigenbaum:* Occupy!: Scenes from Occupied America* (book review)
Rebecca Schein: *Whose Occupation? Homelessness and the Politics of Park
Encampments*
Jenny Pickerill & John Krinsky: *Why Does Occupy Matter?*
Cesar Guzman-Concha: *The Students' Rebellion in Chile: Occupy Protest or
Classic Social Movement?*
Anonymous: *Activist Intervention: Occupy—The End of the Affair*
Ernesto Castañeda: *The Indignados of Spain: A Precedent to Occupy Wall
Street*
Jacobo Abellán, Jorge Sequera & Michael Janoschka: *Occupying the
#Hotelmadrid: A Laboratory for Urban Resistance*
Uri Gordon: *Israel's ‘Tent Protests’: The Chilling Effect of Nationalism*
Sam Halvorsen: *Beyond the Network? Occupy London and the Global Movement*
Eitan Y. Alimi: *‘Occupy Israel’: A Tale of Startling Success and Hopeful
Failure*
Sarah Kerton: *Tahrir, Here? The Influence of the Arab Uprisings on the
Emergence of Occupy*
Sarah Gaby & Neal Caren: *Occupy Online: How Cute Old Men and Malcolm X
Recruited 400,000 US Users to OWS on Facebook*
Isabelle Köksal: *Activist Intervention: Walking in the City of London *
Hartwig Pautz & Margarita Kominou:* Reacting to ‘Austerity Politics’: The
Tactic of Collective Expropriation in Greece*
Jackie Smith & Bob Glidden: *Occupy Pittsburgh and the Challenges of
Participatory Democracy*
Fei Yan:* A Little Spark Kindles a Great Fire? The Paradox of China's
Rising Wave of Protest*
Justus Uitermark & Walter Nicholls: *How Local Networks Shape a Global
Movement: Comparing Occupy in Amsterdam and Los Angeles*
Curtis Smith, Ernesto Castañeda & Josiah Heyman: *The Homeless and Occupy
El Paso: Creating Community among the 99%*
Glenn J. Stalker & Lesley J. Wood: *Reaching Beyond the Net: Political
Circuits and Participation in Toronto's G20 Protests*
Jeffrey S. Juris, Michelle Ronayne, Firuzeh Shokooh-Valle & Robert
Wengronowitz: *Negotiating Power and Difference within the 99%*
Jim Gledhill: *Collecting Occupy London: Public Collecting Institutions and
Social Protest Movements in the 21st Century*
Max Liboiron: *Tactics of Waste, Dirt and Discard in the Occupy Movement*

>From protestcamps.org:
Two New Special Issues out on Occupations and Encampments
Posted on August 20,
2012<http://protestcamps.org/2012/08/20/two-new-special-issues-out-on-occupations-and-encampments/>

*This summer sees the publication of two new special features on
encampments and occupations in South Atlantic Quarterly and
Social Movement Studies. Protest Camps’ had the opportunity to contribute
to both of these great collections and recommends them to all those
reflecting on these recent movements.*

In December 2011, Protest Camps’ Anna Feigenbaum helped Emma
Dowling<http://www.busman.qmul.ac.uk/staff/dowlinge.html>run an open
workshop at Occupy LSX reflecting on some of the successes and
challenges of the movement. With Susan Pell and Katherine Stanley from Tent
City University<http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/jan/19/occupy-london-tent-city-university>,
they
put together a short piece arising from these discussions and their own
experiences at the camp.
<http://protestcamp.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/tent-city-uni-outside-shot_lyope.jpg>

Tent City Uni by lyope

Their collective reflections are now published in the special segment
‘Encampments and Occupations’ out in the Summer 2012 issue of *South
Atlantic Quarterly* (111:3). The issue also features reflections on Tahrir
Square, M15 and Occupy Wall Street, as well as an introductory note by
journal editor and prominent social movement theorist Michael
Hardt<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Hardt>
.

You can read the abstract below and download the full article (with uni
access*) from South Atlantic
Quarterly<http://saq.dukejournals.org/content/111/3/608.full.pdf+html>
.

This essay brings together the authors’ experiences and observations with
reflections gathered in an open workshop about Occupy London organized
under the banner of the Tent City University working group.The essay posits
Occupy London not as one entity but as an organizing process located in
more than one area within the City of London. They see Occupy London as
both a powerful idea and as a material practice. The authors reflect on the
social composition, organizational politics, and infrastructure of Occupy
London. They conclude that, aside from the challenges of collective
organization and the desire to maintain visibility, one recurring concern
within the Occupy London movement is how its embodied practices of struggle
can emanate from centralized and often symbolic moments into the everyday
realms of production and reproduction within society.

A special issue of Social Movement
Studies<http://www.tandfonline.com/action/showAxaArticles?journalCode=csms20>
also
comes out this month, featuring reflections on Occupy Wall Street, M15,
Tahrir, Israel and more. The double edition, edited by Jenny
Pickerill<http://www.jennypickerill.info/>and colleagues,   includes
some much welcomed further analyses looking at
questions around
homelessness<http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14742837.2012.708834>,
colonialism<http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14742837.2012.708922>,
nationalism<http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14742837.2012.708832>and
historical
legacies <http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14742837.2012.704355>as
they relate to and shape contemporary mobilisations. For their
contribution, Protest Camps’ offers an engaging review of n+1′s new
book Occupy! Scenes
from Occupied America
<http://www.versobooks.com/books/1122-occupy>released by Verso.
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