The book that I’ve co-edited with Jeffrey Juris is finally out! Insurgent Encounters: Transnational Activism, Ethnography, and the Political (Duke University Press) brings together a group of politically engaged ethnographers to examine the dynamics of contemporary transnational social movements. The result is a book that both challenges and forges paths beyond the dominant understandings of social transformation, political possibility, knowledge production, and the relation between intellectual labour and sociopolitical activism. For more information about the book, or to order a copy, follow this link.
I’m very excited to announce that Insurgent Encounters, a volume I’ve co-edited with Jeffrey Juris, about transnational activism, ethnography, and radical politics is due to be released by Duke University Press in April 2013. This volume contains contributions by Giuseppe Caruso, Maribel Casas-Cortés, Janet Conway, Stéphane Couture, Vinci Daro, Manisha Desai, Sylvia Escárcega, David Hess, Jeffrey S. Juris, Alex Khasnabish, Lorenzo Mosca, Michal Osterweil, Geoffrey Pleyers, Dana E. Powell, Paul Routledge, M. K. Sterpka, and Tish Stringer. For more information about the book and how to order it, please check out Duke University Press’s on-line catalogue.
Check out the latest issue of Cultural Anthropology‘s Hot Spot: “Occupy, Anthropology, and the 2011 Global Uprisings.” The collection is guest edited by Jeffrey S. Juris and Maple Raza, and includes 20 essays from ethnographers and activists around the world, myself included.
Convoking the Radical Imagination
A new article just out by myself and Max Haiven in Cultural Studies<=>Critical Methodologies about the radical imagination and the Halifax Radical Imagination Project. Online first, in print soon!