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Asymmetries of Spatial Contestations

Controlling Protest Spaces and Coalition-Building during the Iranian December 2017 Protests

Tareq Sydiq

movements preventing cross-movement cooperation ( Rose 2000 )—little attention has been paid to the spatial conditions under which alliance formation flourishes or withers, and this is despite William Sewell's assumption that the built environment shapes

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Spatializing Radical Political Imaginaries

Neoliberalism, Crisis, and Transformative Experience in the Syntagma Square Occupation in Greece

Dimitris Soudias

individual behavior, but rather as the product of the social relationality of crisis, spatiality, and subjectivity. Conceiving of transformative experience as a dialectical process produced by the relationality of crises, subjectivity, and spatiality allows

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Spatial Patterns of Thermidor

Protest and Voting in East Germany’s Revolution, 1989-1990

Marko Grdešić

much detail. 2 This article aims to shed light on this relationship. It does so through a statistical examination of the spatial patterns of contentious action and electoral results. Which places protested more and which voted for cdu ’s agenda of

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Making Masculinities on the Street

Exploring Street Boys’ Everyday Relationships on the Streets of Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo

Thandie Hlabana, Lorraine van Blerk, and Janine Hunter

the streets, and shows how the spatial and temporal practices intersecting with relationships between street boys and those around them shape their masculine practices and identities. In turn, the article extends our understanding of masculinities

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Staging Presence for Spatial Dignity

Exploring Representations of Refugee Girlhood

Margaret Ravenscroft

-puppet Amal in this hostile environment context, I address the dueling realities of welcomeness and unwantedness, hypervisibility and invisibility, and spatiality dignity and spatial denial that refugee girls, real and represented, face. Employing the work of

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Physically Distant – Socially Intimate

Reflecting on Public Performances of Resistance in a Pandemic Situation

Marion Hamm

mediated micro-interactions enacted in three homes in Italy, Austria and the United Kingdom. This resulted in an analytical framework detailing three layers of social intimacy: spatial/corporeal materiality, biography and mediation. Anthropologists and

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Psychogeography’s Legacy in From Hell and Watchmen

Alex Link

transformation in the relationship of individual and collective consequent on the neoliberal transformation of … wider spatial regimes’. 7 Perhaps one clear way in which to distinguish between French Situationist psychogeography and its English iteration is to

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Micromobility, Space, and Indigenous Housing Schemes in Australia after World War II

Katherine Ellinghaus and Sianan Healy

realities of living, working, and prospering under settler colonialism. Space/Borders/Control Indigenous peoples across Australia, as other scholars have noted, have been spatially organized to support the settler colonial project. 10 Most notably

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How Should Historians Talk about Spatial Agency?

Paul Stock

: that is, an areal framework deployed by humans to interpret the world, either within a historical period itself or retrospectively by historians. 2 For example, a spatial concept such as “Christendom” or “Third World” might be used in a particular

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Cultivating Educational Spaces that Support Black Girl's Spatial Inquiries

Katie Scott Newhouse

from the outset that I can never fully understand or know Joanna's lived experience because of my own lived experience as a white woman. Still, from the outset of this project and in writing this article, I explored my own sociopolitical spatialized