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  Interface: a journal for and about social movements Contents Volume 3 (2): i - iv (November 2011)   i Interface volume 3 issue 2Feminism, women’s movements andwomen in movement Interface:  a journal for and about social movementsVolume 3 issue 2 (November 2011)ISSN 2009 – 2431Table of contents (pp. i – iv)Editorial Sara Motta, Cristina Flesher Fominaya, Catherine Eschle and Laurence Cox, Feminism, women’s movements and women in movement (pp. 1 – 32) Articles: feminism, women’s movements and women inmovement Janet Conway,  Activist knowledges on the anti-globalization terrain: transnational feminismsat the World Social Forum (P) (pp. 33 - 64)Lyndi Hewitt, Framing across differences, building solidarities: lessons from women’s rightsactivism in transnational spaces (P) (pp. 65 - 99)Eurig Scandrett, Suroopa Mukherjee and the Bhopal Research Team, “We are flames not flowers”: a gendered reading of the social movement for justice in Bhopal (P) (pp. 100 - 122) Akwugo Emejulu, Can “the people” be feminists? Analysing the fate of feminist justice claims inpopulist grassroots movements in the United States (P) (pp. 123 - 151)Finn Mackay,  A movement of their own: voices of young feminist activists in the LondonFeminist Network (P) (pp. 152 - 179)  Interface: a journal for and about social movements Contents Volume 3 (2): i - iv (November 2011)   ii Melody L Hoffmann, Bike Babes in Boyland: women cyclists’ pedagogical strategies in urban bicycle culture (action note) (pp. 180 - 186)Nina Nissen, Challenging perspectives: women, complementary and alternative medicine,and social change (P) (pp. 187 - 212) Special section: feminist strategies for change Sisters of Resistance,  Why we need a feminist movement now  (p. 213 andhttp://www.interfacejournal.net/2011/12/sisters-of-resistance-audio-file-download/)Nina Nijsten, Some things we need for a feminist revolution (pp. 214 - 225)Rosario González Arias,  Viejas tensiones, nuevos desafíos y futuros territorios feministas (pp. 226 -242)Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia, Independence vs interdependence (pp. 243 - 245)Roberta Villalón, Feminist activist research and strategies from within the battered immigrants’movement (pp. 246 - 270)Elena Jeffreys, Audry Autonomy, Jane Green, Christian Vega (Scarlet Alliance Australian Sex Workers Association), Listen to sex workers: support decriminalisation and anti-discriminationprotections (pp. 271 - 287)Jean Bridgeman,  Wise women in community: building on everyday radical feminism for socialchange (pp. 288 - 293)Jennifer Verson, Performing unseen identities: a feminist strategy for radical communication  (pp. 294 - 302)Jed Picksley, Jamie Heckert and Sara Motta, Feminist love, feminist rage; or, Learning to listen (pp. 303 - 308) Anarchist Feminists Nottingham, Statement on intimate partner violence within activist communities (pp. 309 -310)  Interface: a journal for and about social movements Contents Volume 3 (2): i - iv (November 2011)   iii Articles: general Kenneth Good, The capacities of the people versus a predominant, militarist, ethno-nationalistelite: democratisation in South Africa c. 1973 - 97 (P) (pp. 311 - 358)Michael Neocosmos, Transition, human rights and violence: rethinking a liberal politicalrelationship in the African neo-colony (P) (pp. 359 - 399)Roy Krøvel,  Alternative journalism and the relationship between guerrillas and indigenouspeoples in Latin America   (P) (pp. 400 - 424)Tomás Mac Sheoin, Greenpeace: a (partly) annotated bibliography of English-languagepublications (pp. 425 - 447) Anna Feigenbaum with Kheya Bag, Ken Barlow, Jakob Horstmann, DavidShulman and Kika Sroka-Miller, “Everything we do is niche”: a roundtable on contemporary progressivepublishing (pp. 448 - 458) Reviews [single PDF] (pp. 459 - 477) Jennifer Earl and Katrina Kimport, Digitally Enabled Social Change: Activitism in the Internet Age . Reviewed by Piotr Konieczny SV Ojas, Madhuresh Kumar, MJ Vijayan and Joe Athialy, Plural narrativesfrom Narmada Valley  . Reviewed by Tomás Mac SheoinEurig Scandrett et al., Bhopal survivors speak: emergent voices from a people’smovement: Bhopal survivors’ movement study  . Reviewed by Tomás MacSheoinHilary Wainwright, Reclaim the state: experiments in popular democracy  .Reviewed by Laurence Cox General material Call for papers (volume 4 issue 2): For the global emancipation of labour: new movements and struggles around work, workers and precarity  (pp. 478 - 481)List of editorial contacts [no PDF]List of journal participants [no PDF]Call for new participants [no PDF]
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