Monthly Archives: June 2012

A Mexican Spring: Yo Soy 132

What began as a university student protest against the visit of the PRI candidate to the upcoming mexican presidential elections has quickly grown into a movement whose demands/desires echo so much that has been seen over the last year, from … Continue reading

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From a cartography of 15M to cartographies of resistance/insurrection

As the first anniversary of 15M in spain passes, it is time to also change perspectives on the stories of resistance and rebellion that mark our times.  Autonomies began before the wave of insurrection that seems to have characterised 2011, … Continue reading

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David Harvey and “Rebel Cities”

David Harvey continues to explore the violence of capitalism with an impressive lucidity and determination.  And though his work has always been informed by a profound moral and political commitment, perhaps never has this been more evident than in the … Continue reading

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