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Caribbean Island Movements
Culebra's Trans-insularities
By Carlo A. Cubero

'Carlo Cubero’s wonderfully sensitive and rich exploration of Caribbean transinsularity breaks new ground by grasping the relationship of immanence that exists between the circulations and stabilities of human social life. We learn ethnographically how people forge lives that are at once insular and transnational, and which unsettle academic and political perspectives that privilege one dimension over the other.'

Wade, Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester
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Posthuman Urbanism
Mapping Bodies in Contemporary City Space
By Debra Benita Shaw

'As the world becomes predominantly urban, and as humans become increasingly entangled with other creatures and technologies, we need to combine current urban sensibilities with a feel for the posthuman condition. Combing cutting-edge theories with grounded observations, Debra Benita Shaw shows us the neoliberal constitution as well as the promises of our monstrous urban lives, pointing us towards a reconstituted urban politics and praxis.'

Stephen Hinchliffe, Professor in Human Geography at the University of Exeter
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Activism and Digital Culture in Australia
By Debbie Rodan and Jane Mummery

'This timely and cutting-edge volume makes an invaluable contribution to understanding the opportunities and challenges of the digital age for activist groups. The book takes a strong stand against the all-to-easy allegations of clicktivism. It convincingly demonstrates that digital activism, through virality, positive campaigning, and the mobilisation of weak links, generates new and powerful forms of participation that can bring about social change.​'

Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Director of Research Development and Environment, School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies at Cardiff University
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Poor News
Media Discourses of Poverty in Times of Austerity
By Dr. Steven Harkins and Dr. Jairo Lugo-Ocando

'This incisive analysis of the media’s discursive complicity in fostering the neoliberal imagination is an important intervention. It exposes journalism’s alignment with powerful interests and holds it accountable to the duties of social justice, truthtelling and the pursuit of human dignity. Its message resounds beyond the immediate context of analysis to a wider world marked by inequality and poverty.'

Herman Wasserman, Professor of Media Studies at the University of Cape Town
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artWORK
Art, Labour and Activism
Edited by Alberto Cossu, Jessica Holtaway, and Paula Serafini

'In artWORK, “WORK” is a verb: it encompasses the making of art as labor, political organizing around labor issues, and the efficacy and appeal of activist art. Art works. Offering readers a thick description of the art of contemporary, multi-sited social movements, and incorporating the insights of practitioners and scholars (and scholar-practitioners), the editors have crafted a conversation about art and activism that is thoughtful, critical, practical, and deeply urgent all at once.'

Rebecca Zorach, Mary Jane Crowe Professor of Art and Art History at Northwestern University
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From Shared Life to Co-Resistance in Historic Palestine
By Marcelo Svirsky

'Just when the settler colonial debate in Palestine seems to have been flooded, Marcelo Svisrsky and Ronnen Ben-Arie come out with a new interpretive twist on this historical discourse. Their book is a must-read for those who have given up on the possibility of shared resistance in this troubled land.'

Salim Tamari, Editor of The Jerusalem Quarterly
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