Workshop 2

Chaired by
Jeff Goodwin (Sociology, New York University) and
Sonja Hegasy
(Middle Eastern Studies, Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin)

  • Joonbum Bae (Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
    “Bring the Noise: Common Knowledge and the Dynamics of Protest”
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  • Fernando Herrera Calderón (Latin American History, University of Northern Iowa, USA)
    Going Underground in Mexico in the 1970s: Urban Guerrilla Culture and the Creation of the Revolutionary
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  • Sofia Donoso Knaudt (Development Studies, University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
    “We are the Children of Democracy, and We Will thus Continue Fighting for What Is Fair’: Explaining the 2011 University Student Movement in Chile
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  • Emmy Eklundh (Politics, University of Manchester, United Kingdom)
    Affective dissent? A Laclaudian Approach to Emotions in Contemporary Protest Movements
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  • Karim Medhat Ennarah (Computer Science, Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, Cairo, Egypt)
    Missing Narratives from the Egyptian Revolution: Social and Economic Root Causes and the Role of Policing in Upholding the Socio-economic Order Before and After January 2011
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  • Pamina Firchow (Development Studies, University of Notre Dame, USA)
    Revolutionary Sentiment and the Importance of Collective Emotion in the Study of Revolutions
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  • Walker Gunning (Near Eastern Studies, New York University, USA)
    Toward a Cinema of Revolution: 18 Days in Tahir Square
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  • Scott Henkel (English, State University of New York, Binghamton, USA)
    There are 2,000 Leaders’: Swarm Democracy in the Haitian Revolution
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  • Eric Lob (Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University, USA)
    The Iranian Jehad-e Sazandegi and the Genesis of a Revolutionary Movement"
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  • Mary Loitsker (Culture Research, Tel Aviv University, Israel)
    Contentious Politics in a Networked Space: Consolidation of the Protest Movement and the Construction of a Movement Space in Tel Aviv
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  • Olena Nikolayenko (Political Science, Fordham University, USA)
    Youth Resistance against the Regime in Belarus
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  • Grzegorz Piotrowski (Sociology, Södertörn University, Sweden)
    The Role of Grassroots Social Movements in the ‘Autumn of the Nations’ in Central and Eastern Europe in 1989: The Case of Poland
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  • Navid Pourmokhtari (Philosophy and Political Science, University of Alberta, Canada)
    Iran’s Disputed Presidential Election: How Meaning Is Made and Opportunities Perceived in the Construction of Social Movements
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  • Mathieu Rousselin (Political Science and International Relations, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)
    Modern Communications Technologies and the Extension of the Territory of Struggle: Conceptualising Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution
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  • Marlene Spoerri (European Studies, Columbia University, USA)
    When People Power Fades: Youth Activism After Regime Change
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  • Ramesh Srinivasan (Design and Media Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
    "Bridges Between Cultural and Digital Worlds in Revolutionary Egypt "
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  • Dambaru Ballav Subedi (Peace Studies, University of New England, Australia)
    "Recruiting Rebels: Unpacking the Role of Rebellion Organization and the State"
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  • Deniz Yonucu (Anthropology, Cornell University, USA)
    " The Cycle of Isolation and Violence: Emergence of State of Exception Zones in Istanbul’s Leftist, Alevi Neighborhoods"
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