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Interface 3/2: feminism, women’s movements and women in movement

Interface 3/2: feminism, women’s movements and women in movement

formats: pdf

published: 11/2011

pages: 486

price: FREE

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"Interface: a journal for and about social movements" is a biannual practitioner journal of social movement research produced by and for social movement activists and engaged researchers on movements and refusing the separation between the two, with articles reviewed by both practitioner and academic referees. Born from the "movement of movements", Interface aims to support "learning from each other’s struggles" within and across different movements and issues. Authors are encouraged to write in ways that will make sense and be useful for participants and researchers working on other movements, in different countries and cultures and within other political traditions and disciplinary frameworks and to explore appropriate formats: along with conventional articles and book reviews, this has included activist interviews, strategic contributions, testimonies, action notes, research notes, event analyses, key documents, debates, bibliographies, round tables and review essays to date.

Because relations between movements and research are different in different contexts, Interface is edited by autonomous regional groups in different continents. It is programmatically multilingual, with pieces published in English, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish to date and the capacity to edit material in another 15, from Arabic to Zulu. To date its authors have been located in Angola, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Britain, Canada, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Palestine, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, the USA and Venezuela. To foster dialogue, each issue takes a special theme: to date these have included movement knowledge, civil society and social movements, crisis and revolutionary transformation, social movements and media, repression and feminism and women’s movements, with forthcoming issues on the Arab Spring and on new struggles around work and precarity. Special sections have also focussed on debating David Harvey, on international labour communication and on feminist strategies for change, with an upcoming special section on European anti-austerity mobilisations.

Interface is always looking for new authors and collaborators; full contact details and calls for submissions can be found on our website at http://interfacejournal.net.

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