2 (2017)
| INSURGENCIES FROM THE SOUTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS 

Contents

Editorial [3-4, PDF]
Annalisa Oboe

Resistant repositioning: the production of revolutionary humanism [5-20, PDF]
Patrick Williams

Sweetly dancing: an intercultural dialogue on the epistemic revolution of nonviolent insurgency [21-38, PDF]
Giovanna Covi and Lisa Marchi

Notes on revolution and locality: a focus on Egypt in 2011 [39-53, PDF]
Marta Cariello

Shades of feeling: human rights, decoloniality, and Palestine [55-70, PDF]
Luigi Cazzato

“When I see them I see us”: Palestinianness, Blackness, and new geographies of resistance [71-87, PDF]
Olga Solombrino

EcoSImies of care: a proposal for decolonizing ‘sustainable development’ [89-108, PDF]
Gisela Carrasco-Miró

Tiananmen fiction: literary insurgencies in the diasporic Chinese community [109-122, PDF]
Elisa Bordin

The comic book as a ‘place of mediation’: encounters between codes and perspectives in Etenesh. L’odissea di una migrante by Paolo Castaldi [123-143, PDF]
Giada Peterle

Ceux qui traversent la frontière [145-154, PDF]
Georges Didi-Huberman

review

L’interruzione postcoloniale come lacerazione del sapere [155-159, PDF]
Miguel Mellino on Postcolonial Interruptions, Unauthorised Modernities, by Iain Chambers

 

 

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