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The Surprising Sense of Hope

Antipode, vol.40 no.3 pp.482-487, June 2008


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Resource IDpickerill20081
Resource titleThe Surprising Sense of Hope
Author(s)Jenny Pickerill
Publication/ sourceAntipode, vol.40 no.3 pp.482-487
Date publishedJune 2008
Summary text/ abstractIn 2004 I started a research project called "Autonomous Geographies," which was concerned with exploring the everyday lives of anti-capitalist activists. The project was partially inspired by my own experiences as both an academic and an activist. Along with another U.K. geographer, Paul Chatterton, I was interested in activists" experiences of being between disparate worlds: those incorporating the activist arena, and "the rest" (family, workplace, academia etc.). How do activists accommodate these types of disjunctures and even use them creatively to make new spaces for anti-capitalist ideas and practices?
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Simplicity
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