Walter Nicholls (Editor) and Byron Miller (Editor)
Page count: 320 pages
File size: 18.3 MB
This book brings together leading scholars to examine how social movements have employed spatial practices to respond to and shape changing social and political contexts. By mapping state- of- the- art conceptual and empirical terrain across Geography, Sociology, and Political Science, ‘Spaces of Contention’ provides readers with a much needed guide to innovative research on the spatial constitution of social movements and how social movements tactically and strategically approach and produce space.