Edited by Elena L. Cohen, Melissa M. Forbis & Deepti Misri
Consulting Editor, Saadia Toor
In this issue, contributors reflect on the histories, presents, and futures of protest through a feminist lens.
Publication Date: 12-11-18
Volume 46, Numbers 3–4: Fall/Winter 2018
Protest provides a timely exploration of the tactics for liberation, survival, and decolonization developed by movements, artists, and individuals addressing social and material conditions of state and colonial violence. Contributors in this issue move us beyond a focus on highly visible acts of protest, such as marches and demonstrations, to the multiple registers and repertoire of tactics that individuals and groups engage to call for and build another world.