|Title||Territories in resistance : A cartography of Latin American social movements|
|Author||Raul Zibechi ; translated by Ramor Ryan|
|Imprint||Oakland, CA : A K Press, 2012|
|Descript||363p. ; 22 cm|
Latin American social movements: trends and challenges. -- Social movements as spaces of learning. -- The healing power of the community. -- Recreating the social tie: the revolution of our days. -- Collective de-alienations. -- Subterranean echoes: political resistance from below. -- Recuperated fatories: from survival to self-management. -- Another world is possible: Zanon ceramics. -- Chile: the long manuche resistance. -- Landless workers movement: the difficult construction of a new world. -- The other campaign, or politics from below. -- Colombia: militarism and social movement. -- Where the asphalt ends: school and community in Bogotas peripheries. -- Ecuador: a prolonged instability. -- The urban peripheries: counter-powers frm below? -- The art of governing the movements. -- Governments and movements: autonomy or new forms of domination?
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