Life after the squares: reflections on the consequences of the Occupy movements
journal contributionposted on 2018-07-04, 10:03 authored by Amador Fernandez-Savater, Cristina Flesher Fominaya, Luhuna Carvalho, Cigdem, Hoda Elsadda, Wiam El-Tamami, Patricia Horrillo, Silvia Nanclares, Stavros Stavrides
This is a roundtable with reflections on Tahrir Square, Egypt; Syntagma Square, Greece; Rossio Square, Portugal; 15-M Puerta del Sol, Spain; Gezi Park, Turkey; and Occupy Wall Street, USA. Five years on from the birth of the movements of the streets and the squares in Tahrir Square, what has changed? This roundtable brings movement participants together in reflection on themes such as legacies, key practices and knowledge, cultural creation, and links to institutional politics. Contributors share their understanding of the situations in Egypt, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey and we present their reflections in full and virtually unedited. Note: for reasons of space this print version of the roundtable excludes the contributions from OWS (Anonymous) and a shortened version of the contribution from Wiam El-Tamami. The full version is available as an open access download at the Social Movement Studies website (Available to download at the Supplemental Files section attached to this article at http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/csms20/16/1). The full version is also available in Spanish with additional content at Alexia (http://revistaalexia.es/).
Marie Sklodowska Curie Grant 326712
- Social Sciences
- Politics and International Studies
Published inSocial Movement Studies
Pages119 - 151
CitationFERNANDEZ-SAVATER, A. and FLESHER FOMINAYA, C. (eds) with contributions by CARVALHO, L. ... et al, 2017. Life after the squares: reflections on the consequences of the Occupy movements. Social Movement Studies, 16 (1), pp.119-151.
Publisher© Taylor & Francis
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NotesThis is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Social Movement Studies on 21 December 2016, available online: http://www.tandfonline.com/10.1080/14742837.2016.1244478.