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In our increasingly politically-conscious world, “Resist!” has become a motto for many who oppose systemic oppression. What does this motto enjoin us to do? Resistance is commonly associated with activism. Activists use blatantly political acts, like protests, boycotts, and door-to-door canvassing

In: Pacifism, Politics, and Feminism

Prism for Analyzing Culture in Racialized Resistance Racialized political cultures of opposition ( RPCO ) is best understood as a prism for analyzing culture in racialized resistance. Inspired by Foran’s (1997a, 1997b) work on Third World revolutions, I build on his notion of “political cultures of

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

, incurred significant casualties, as well as seemingly irreparable damage to the symbolic capital of its ‘resistance’ ideology, which was founded on the very imperative of fighting oppression and social injustice on an existential level. Initially, Hizbullah vehemently supported the wave of protests

In: Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication

REFERENCES Buerstmayr, H., Lemmens, M., Hartl, L., Doldi, L., Steiner, B., Stierschneider, M., Ruckenbauer, P. 2002. Molecular mapping of QTLs for Fusarium head blight resistance in spring wheat. I. Resistance to fungal spread (type II resistance). Theor. Appl. Genet.104: 84

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences

transnational capitalist interests are legitimized, enforced, and racialized (López 2010; 2015; 2017a; 2017b). This article argues that the resulting dispossession of these relations (Harvey 2005) engender resistance (Parkin 1979). In the case of Standing Rock, this manifested into an Indigenous movement and a

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

“the most beautiful word . . .” There’s an arresting passage towards the beginning of “Resistances” (an essay of 1991), in which Derrida offers up a startlingly un-deconstructive sounding confession and a question. “Why have I always dreamed of resistance?” Ever since I can remember, I

In: Research in Phenomenology

Ioffe (Belarus). 1 However, the above-mentioned historians did not pay sufficient attention to the resistance of the Jewish population against the Nazi policy in the eastern part of Belarus. Generally, they describe the resistance of the Minsk ghetto prisoners, as Yitzhak Arad did in his monograph. 2

In: European Journal of Jewish Studies

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/157006910X537745 Quærendo 40 (2010) 365-384 De Bezige Bij Resistance and Bibliography Hans Renders Groningen University, Netherlands Abstract The Resistance publishing house De Bezige Bij [The Busy Bee] was financed with money

In: Quaerendo