The article outlines an account of articulation as bearing on the linking of different trajectories of political activity, albeit in temporary, contested and partial ways. La persistencia del movimiento zapatista, a 20 años de su aparición pública, se debe en gran parte a la construcción de una nueva subjetividad que se manifiesta como una identidad colectiva entre los participantes. In the final part, attention will be paid to the potentially empowering possibilities of a politics that is sensitive to these scale issues. This provocative text first offers detailed research on networked forms of resistance in the eighteenth-century Atlantic world, then develops a rigorous study of contemporary counter-global resistances. In this article I consider the relations between historical and contemporary forms of transnational political networks. Kahn shows us that evil expresses the rage of a subject who knows both that he is an image of an infinite God and that he must die. This article offers two case-studies of spatial practice and spatial imagination or ideology.
It extends and develops relational accounts of political identities and space in important ways, contributing to debates in political theory, human geography and social movement. The scales of economic networks and institutional arrangements are recast in ways that alter social power geometries in important ways. He shows that transnational networks are not void of place. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. This reworking of key political processes as active engagements in world-building activities seeks to foreground forms of political identity and agency which have often been marginalised, ignored, or dismissed. This depiction of resistances, however, is created partly by abstracting the crisis from ongoing contestation of neo-liberalism.
This article examines the contested relationalities produced through political activism. These questions are pursued in the context of the coloniality of power and an exploration of the territoriality of democratization in the Peruvian and Bolivian cases. This article focuses on the Irish-born metropolitan radical and parliamentary journalist Peter Finnerty, exploring, in particular, the distinctive nature of his political engagement. In particular, attention will be paid to the political and economic dynamics of this geographical rescaling and its implications. Building on the anticorporate globalization momentum generated during the 'battle in Seattle' and the demonstrations during the February 2000 United Nations Commissions on Trade and Development meetings in Bangkok, local antidam activists from Ubon Ratchathani province in Thailand scaled up their activities during 2000, utilizing various international connections to improve their visibility and strengthen their prospects for success. Contemporary social movements are increas- ingly focused on building networks Routledge 2003; Featherstone 2008;Nicholls, Miller, and Beaumont 2013 , recognizing the geographical diversity of material circumstances, interests, and identities that must be addressed in mobilization and alliance-building efforts.
It extends and develops relational accounts of political identities and space in important ways, contributing to debates in political theory, human geography and social movement. Featherstone has produced a book as dexterous, creative, and wide-ranging as the political network it seeks to describe. Las prácticas zapatistas de autonomía -que contemplan entre otras, nuevas relaciones en cuanto a tierra y producción, gobierno, impartición de justicia, sa- lud y educación-representan una producción de espacio social que desafía de manera radical la soberanía del Estado y la organización neoliberal del espacio Zibechi 2008 , Featherstone 2008, Hesketh 2013. This term is used to suggest that the construction of grievances has both a distinctive spatiality and is constitutive of political identities. Consequently, human geography without hierarchy gains traction when we embrace an anarchist flat ontology. The case studies concentrate on the relationship between religion and politics, and specifically the way in which religion — Buddhism, Islam — is presented as a privileged space for expressions of community, unsullied by the agonistic consequences of the political. Resistance, Space and Political Identities: The Making of Counter-Global Networks makes a distinctive contribution through examining globalized practices of resistance in both the past and present.
Click Download or Read Online button to get resistance space and political identities book now. This paper explores the spatialities constructed through resistances to globalization. This account highlights the multiple political identities crafted through transnational political networks. Resistance, Space and Political Identities: The Making of Counter global Networks makes a distinctive contribution through examining globalised practices of resistance in both the past and present. In this article, I examine the relationship between friendship, cultural production, and social reproduction through reference to the everyday practices of girls working in the Indian Himalayas.
Bruno Latour's Politics of Nature 2004, Harvard University Press argues for a new 'common sense' for political ecology that disabuses it of any foundational grounding in nature. Finally, we illuminate the contested spatialities embedded within political activism that are neither locally bounded nor easily transferable to the transnational. Recently, historians too have explored the ways in which radicals manipulated the ludic vocabularies of urban sociability to critique the regime, protest persecution, and argue for reform. All were engaged in a complex process of performance, reception, and counterperformance. Each section considers how human geography shapes the world, interrogates it, and intervenes in it. The project is financed by the Research Council of Norway EnergiX programme over a 4yr period.
The paper concludes that a focus on the dynamic trajectories of alternative politics can open up different possibilities within the current conjuncture. Esa identidad se caracteriza más por un proceso de construcción, en las prácticas de relaciones sociales y formas de hacer política en los territorios autónomos, que por un perfil fijo. Explores counter-global struggles in both the past and present--including both the 18th-century Atlantic world and contemporary forms of resistance Examines the productive geographies of contestation Foregrounds the solidarities and geographies of connection between different place-based struggles and argues that such solidarities are essential to produce more plural forms of globalization. In this article I address a site that figured prominently as a place for radical speech in the 1790s: the Theatre Royal at Covent Garden. He shows that transnational networks are not void of place.
The paper at once draws on, and critiques, certain strands of radical democracy theory which have been widely discussed in recent political geography. I suggest that subaltern political ecologies offer both resources and challenges to the project of reworking the common sense of political ecology. I build on 15 months of ethnographic research in the village of Bemni, Uttarakhand. It concludes with remarks on future research directions. Third, how can we open up a discussion of democratic politics so that the geographies of democratization can be explored in a way that might broaden our vision of power and geopolitics? It sought to challenge attempts to silence and marginalise past geographies of connection.
The particular avenue to be explored in this paper concerns the relationship between identity and responsibility, and the potential geographies of both. He shows that transnational networks are not void of place. The collectins are proteins with collagen tails and globular lectin domains that appear to play an important role in mammalian first line host defense. One of the key projects of Resistance, space and political identities was to interrogate the geographies through which uneven historical processes are constructed. Such censorship was recognition of the evocative and empowering nature of music. Yet considerations of spatial practice and spatial imaginings, as well as struggles over the control and use of space, suggest ways to think about the interactions between textual meaning and actions taken in the social world.
They challenge its use and destination, and dispute current notions of space, legality, trade and artistry. Sociologists and cultural theorists, for instance, have identified in contemporary popular music certain sub-cultures of counter-hegemonic dissent cf. Globalization Movement pages 119-148 : Chapter Seven Constructing Transnational Political Networks pages 149-176 :. First, in terms of political identity, we highlight how participants in political projects problematise and go beyond the simple idea of the militant subject, set apart from the everyday who opposes the present condition. James's The Black Jacobins, I argue for a focus on the dynamic geographies of connection formed through transnational networks. Yet by rejecting this vertical ontology we may immediately disengage capitalism through a rhizomic politics.