CONSEJO MEXICANO DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES

Interface vol. 9 ISSUE 1

Volume nine, issue one of Interface, a peer-reviewed online journal produced and refereed by social movement practitioners and engaged movement researchers, is now out. Interface is open-access (free), global and multilingual. Our overall aim is to “learn from each other’s struggles”: to develop a dialogue between practitioners and researchers, but also between different social movements, intellectual traditions and national or regional contexts.

Contents

Volume 9 issue 1, single file
PDF (9.49 MB)

ISSN 2009-2431

Editorial

General issue
Lesley Wood, Irina Ceric, Laurence Cox, Radha d’Souza, Ana Margarida Esteves, Sara Motta, Jiří Navrátil, Dawn Paley, Bjarke Risager, Eduardo Romanos, Heike Schaumberg, Anna Szołucha, Peter Waterman (pp. 1 – 8 )
PDF (EN)

Obituary

Peter Waterman 1936 – 2017: in memoriam
Laurence Cox
(pp. 9 – 16)
PDF (EN)

Call for papers volume 10 issue 1

Political parties, trade unions and social movements: emancipatory reconfigurations of popular organisation (pp. 17 – 24)
PDF (EN)

Open issue

Lessons for Internet campaigning from the 2016 US presidential primaries (practice note)
David C Hoffman, Danny Lundy, Amanda Anderson and Michael Lanza (pp. 25 – 39)
PDF EN

Safety pin solidarity: a lesson in tactics (practice note)
Chandra Russo (pp. 40 – 45)
PDF EN

A radical common sense: on the use of direct action in Dublin since 2014(article)
Brian Mallon (pp. 46 – 71)
PDF EN

Writing a history of now: the Campbell House rent strike (peer-reviewed article)
Phil Hedges (pp. 72 – 102)
PDF EN

Implementing the principles of kotahitanga / unity and manaakitanga / hospitality in community peace activism: an experiment in peace building(peer-reviewed article)
Janine M Joyce and Joseph Llewellyn (pp. 103 – 122)
PDF EN

The local food movement in Belgium: from prefigurative activism to social innovations (peer-reviewed article)
Geoffrey Pleyers (pp. 123 – 139)
PDF EN

No Expo Network: multiple subjectivities, online communication strategies, and the world outside (peer-reviewed article)
Niccolò Bertuzzi (pp. 140 – 160)
PDF EN

The Irish water charges movement: theorising “the social movement in general” (article)
Laurence Cox (pp. 161 – 203)
PDF EN

Protest, emotion and change: an analysis of two women’s collectives fighting against machismo in Oaxaca, Mexico (peer-reviewed article)
Alice Poma and Tommaso Gravante (pp. 204 – 229)
PDF EN

Greek society in crisis and in motion: building the material bases for an alternative society from the bottom up (peer-reviewed article)
Georgia Bekridaki and Antonios Broumas (pp. 230 – 255)
PDF EN

Re-membering practices of popular education in the struggle for an alternative South Africa (peer-reviewed article)
Thembi Luckett, Shirley Walters and Astrid von Kotze (pp. 256 – 280)
PDF EN

Teaching across borders (action note)
Jeffrey Rubin and Emma Sokoloff-Rubin (pp. 281 – 288)
PDF EN

¡Poder Popular de verdad! Etnografía del movimiento contra la construcción de una Cárcel en Cariaco (Municipio Ribero, Estado Sucre, Venezuela) (event analysis)
Stefano Boni (pp. 289 – 299)
PDF ES

Fighting for public water: the first successful European Citizens’ Initiative, “Water and sanitation are a human right” (peer-reviewed article)
Andreas Bieler (pp. 300 – 326)
PDF EN

Beyond growth, capitalism, and industrialism? Consensus, divisions and currents within the emerging movement for sustainable degrowth (peer-reviewed article)
Matthias Schmelzer and Dennis Eversberg (pp. 327 – 356)
PDF EN

An oral history of Peoples’ Global Action (research note)
Laurence Cox and Lesley Wood (pp. 357 – 358)
PDF EN

Special section: “The right to housing in theory and practice: going beyond the West”

The right to housing in theory and practice: going beyond the West (special section editorial)
Katia Valenzuela-Fuentes, Dominika V. Polanska and Anne Kaun (pp. 359 – 367)
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Modes of knowledge production in the study of radical urban movements (peer-reviewed article)
Joanna Kostka and Katarzyna Czarnota (pp. 368 – 388)
PDF EN

Homelessness, citizenship and need interpretation: reflections on organizing with homeless people in Hungary (peer-reviewed article)
Bálint Misetics (pp. 389 – 423)
PDF EN

Contemporary housing activism in Serbia: provisional mapping (peer-reviewed article)
Ana Vilenica (with Ana Džokić and Marc Neelan / Who Builds the City) (pp. 424 – 447)
PDF EN

FUCVAM: cooperativismo de vivienda, de los barrios en Montevideo a una alternativa contrahegemónica en otros Sures (peer-reviewed article)
Marta Solanas Domínguez (pp. 448 – 476)
PDF ES

Society of homeowners and possible cooperative future: case of Slovenia (peer-reviewed article)
Klemen Ploštajner (pp. 477 – 496)
PDF EN

Squatting: reappropriating democracy from the state (peer-reviewed article)
Andrea Aureli and Pierpaolo Mudu (pp. 497 – 521)
PDF EN

Housing activism: beyond the West (panel discussion)
Activist panel (pp. 522 – 538)
PDF EN

Reviews

Single PDF (EN)  (pp. 539 – 581)

Heather Ann Thompson, 2016, Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and its Legacy. Review author: Elva Orozco

Andy Blunden, 2016, The Origins of Collective Decision Making. Review author: Bonnie Nardi

Andrew T. Lamas, Todd Wolfson, and Peter N. Funke (Eds), 2017, The Great Refusal: Herbert Marcuse and Contemporary Social Movements. Review author: Raphael Schlembach

Nicholas Hildyard, 2016, Licensed Larceny: Infrastructure, Financial extraction and the Global South. Review author: Alexander Dunlap

Javier Sicilia, 2016, El Deshabitado. Review author: Andrew Smolski

William K. Carroll, 2016, Expose, Oppose, Propose: Alternative Policy Groups and the Struggle for Global Justice. Review author: Andrew Kettler

Gladys Tzul Tzul, 2016, Sistemas de Gobierno Comunal Indígena: Mujeres Y Tramas de Parentesco En Chuimeq’ena’. Review Author: Meztli Yoalli Rodríguez Aguilera

William K. Carroll and Kanchan Sarker (Eds), 2016, A World to Win: Contemporary Social Movements and Counter-Hegemony. Review author: Laurence Cox

Robert M. Press, 2015, Ripples of Hope: How ordinary People Resist Repression without Violence. Review author: Richa Biswas

Michelle Williams and Vishwas Satgar (Eds), 2015, Marxism in the 21st Century: Crisis, Critique & Struggle. Review author: Lika Rodin

General material

Event notice
VI Encuentro Internacional “La economía de los/as trabajadores/as”
(30 August – 2 September 2017, provincia de Buenos Aires) (ES / EN)
(pp. 582 – 583)
PDF ES / EN

Guidelines for event announcements
(p. 584)
PDF EN

Social movement journal info
Moving the Social: Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements,
(pp. 585 – 589)
PDF EN

List of editorial contacts

Cover art: Photo is from the Candlelight Vigil protests in Seoul, South Korea, copyright to Afnos. The image is used under a creative commons licence.

About Interface

Interface: a journal for and about social movements is a peer-reviewed journal of practitioner research produced by movement participants and engaged academics. Interface is globally organised in a series of different regional collectives, and is produced as a multilingual journal. Peer-reviewed articles have been subject to double-blind review by one researcher and one movement practitioner.

The views expressed in any contributions to Interface: a journal for and about social movements are those of the authors and contributors, and do not necessarily represent those of Interface, the editors, the editorial collective, or the organizations to which the authors are affiliated. Interface is committed to the free exchange of ideas in the best tradition of intellectual and activist inquiry.

The Interface website is based at the National University of Ireland Maynooth.

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