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1st ed.
Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2019
1 online resource (298 pages)
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ISBN 9789048544509 (electronic bk.)
Protest and Social Movements Ser. ; v.19
Print version: McGarry, Aidan The Aesthetics of Global Protest Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press,c2019
Intro -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Preface: Devisualize -- Introduction: The Aesthetics of Global Protest : Visual Culture and Communication -- Part I: Performance, Art and Politics -- 1 Queer Visual Activism in South Africa -- 2 The Use of Visibility in Contentious Events in Northern Ireland -- 3 Maybe, We Will Benefit from Our Neighbour’s Good Fortune : An Exhibition on Collectivity, Community, and Dialogue in Turkey -- 4 Political Street Art in Social Mobilization : A Tale of Two Protests in Argentina -- 5 Archiving Dissent : (Im)material Trajectories of Political Street Art in Istanbul and Athens -- 6 The Introvert’s Protest : Handwriting the Constitution and the Performance of Politics -- Part II: Visual Activism and Digital Culture -- 7 Photography and Protest in Israel/Palestine : The Activestills Online Archive -- 8 Drones, Cinema, and Protest in Thailand -- 9 Bearing Witness to Authoritarianism and Commoning through Video Activism and Political Film-making after the Gezi Protests -- 10 Music Videos as Protest Communication: The Gezi Park Protest on YouTube -- 11 The Activist Chroniclers of Occupy Gezi : Counterposing Visibility to Injustice -- 12 When Twitter Got #woke : Black Lives Matter, DeRay McKesson, Twitter, and the Appropriation of the Aesthetics of Protest -- Part III: Conclusion -- 13 Conclusion : Reflections on Protest and Political Transformation since 1789 -- Index.

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