CONSEJO MEXICANO DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES

Social movements 1768-2018

Charles Tilly, Ernesto Castañeda, Lesley J. Wood

Social Movements 1768–2018 provides the most comprehensive historical account of the birth and spread of social movements. Renowned social scientist Charles Tilly applies his synthetic theoretical skills to explain the evolution of social movements across time and space in an accessible manner full of histori- cal vignettes and examples. Tilly explains why social movements are but a type of contentious politics to decrease categorical inequalities. Questions addressed include what are the implications of globalization and new technologies for social movements, and what are the prospects for social movements? The overall argu- ment includes data from mobilizations in England, Switzerland, Czechoslovakia, Russia, China, India, Argentina, Chile, Cuba, Mexico, Egypt, Tunisia, Iran, Iraq, and Kazakhstan.

This new edition has been fully updated and revised with young researchers and students in mind. New case studies focus on social movements in Mexico, Spain, and the United States including Black Lives Matter, immigrants’ rights struggles, The Indignados, the Catalan movement for independence,

#YoSoy132, Ayotzinapa43, mass incarceration and prisoner rights, and more. Timelines are included to familiarise the reader with the events discussed and discussion questions are framed to increase understanding of the implications, limits, and importance of historical and ongoing social movements.

Charles Tilly was Joseph L. Buttenwieser Professor of Social Science at Columbia University. He is the author of more than fifty books, including The Vendée: A Sociological Analysis of the Counter-Revolution of 1793 (Harvard University Press 1964).

Ernesto Castañeda is Assistant Professor at American University in Washington, DC. He is the author of A Place to Call Home: Immigrant Exclusion and Urban Belonging in New York, Paris, and Barcelona (Stanford University Press 2018).

Lesley J. Wood is Associate Professor and Chair of Sociology at York University in Toronto. She is the author of Crisis and Control: The Militarization of Protest Policing (Pluto Press 2014).

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