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"Since the proliferation of peace camps inspired by Greenham Common in the 1980s, the occupation of sites of political contestation has become a globally significant form of protest. This collection offers exciting and perceptive analyses of long-term site-specific political interventions around the world, and is a must-read for all those interested in social movements and contemporary politics." Sasha Roseneil, University of Essex

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Gavin Brown is Associate Professor in Human Geography at the University of Leicester. He is a cultural, historical and political geographer with wide-ranging research interests. His recent research has recorded the history of a four-year long anti-apartheid 'protest camp' in London in the 1980s. He tweets as @lestageog. Anna Feigenbaum is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Storytelling at Bournemouth University. Her work focuses on communication and social justice. She is a co-author of Protest Camps (Zed 2013) with Fabian Frenzel and Patrick McCurdy and the author of Tear Gas (Verso 2017). She tweets as @drfigtree. Fabian Frenzel is a Lecturer in Organisation Studies at the University of Leicester. His research interest concerns the intersections of mobility, politics and organisation. His recent work focused on how urban poverty and informal housing in the global south become tourist attractions. He tweets as @fabnomad. Patrick McCurdy (PhD, LSE) is an Associate Professor in the Department Communication, University of Ottawa, Canada. His research draws from media and communication, journalism as well as social movement studies to study media as a site and source of social struggle and contestation. Most recently, Patrick has been studying the evolution of campaigning around the Canadian oil/tar sands. He tweets as @pmmcc.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4728 KB
  • Print Length: 433 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1447329422
  • Publisher: Policy Press; 1 edition (29 Mar. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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