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Performance, Power, Exclusion, and Expansion in Anthropological Accounts of Protests

Aet Annist

revealed to be undermined as well as exclusionary toward most of the protest community. The case study by Jocelyn Avery considers the protests against governmental efforts to establish a disability justice center for the “mentally impaired accused” in an

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Alena Minchenia

and in between the elections and homogenizes the Belarusian opposition. This article strives to deepen the existing understanding of Belarusian protests and their actors by focusing on a particular position within the protest communities: professional

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For or against commoning?

Ida Susser

, Jane . 2012 . Theorizing Wisconsin’s 2011 protests: Community-based unionism confronts accumulation by dispossession . American Ethnologist 39 ( 1 ): 6 – 20 . 10.1111/j.1548-1425.2011.01340.x De Angelis , Massimo , and Stavros Stavrides

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Danielle Brady

to the protest community. Protestors were invited to come to Forrest Place, the civic center of Perth, and stand for an hour in silence ( Figure 3 ). Although governed by the City of Perth, Forrest Place is frequently used for public events like

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Commoning in New York City, Barcelona, and Paris

Notes and observations from the field

Ida Susser

. Networks of outrage and hope: Social movement in the Internet Age . Malden, MA : Polity Books . Collins , Jane . 2012 . Theorizing Wisconsin’s 2011 protests: Community-based unionism confronts accumulation by dispossession . American Ethnologist 39