Embodying Possibility and Nourishing Networks: Process and Intersectionality in the Occupy Movement

Wyner, Emily R.

This autoethnography explores the Occupy Wall Street movement from a range of perspectives, from the most theoretical to the most concrete and reflective. The first chapter frames the Occupy movement as a liminal, performative space in dialogue with anarchist theory. The second includes a wider variety of voicesparticipants, analysts, and theorists of the movementin expounding upon ... read more

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