Social Movements in the Balkans
Rebellion and Protest from Maribor to Taksim
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This volume sheds new light on the wave of protests and emerging social movements. Placing individual protests in a wider context, it highlights connections between different social movements and discusses parallels with similar movements from recent history. The contributors include both well-established scholars and up-and-coming researchers who engage with both activist and academic perspectives to identify the similar and varying dynamics of both the protests and the governments' responses to them.
Building upon studies of social movements, the book will be of interest to scholars examining political dissent, protests and mechanisms of mobilisation in the region.
Florian Bieber and Dario Brentin
Divided they Stand: The Dilemma of Non-Formal Political Activism in a Divided Society
Maribor's Social Uprising in the European Crisis: from Anti-Politics of People to Politicisation of periphery's surplus population?
Of 'Stronger State' and Counter-Democracy. The Street Protests in Bulgaria from 2012 and 2013 in the Accounts of Participants
The Space of Social Mobilizations in Greece
At the Crossroads of Cultural and Ideological Exchange - Behind the Visual Communications of 2012/2013 Slovene Protests
Social Media and 'Balkans' Spring
Not Seeing the Forest for the Trees. From Single-Issue Protest to Resonant Mass-Movements in Greece, Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina
Chiara Milan and Leonidas Oikonomakis
Mapping Protest Politics: The Roots and Patterns of Elite-Challenging Actions in Post-Communist Southeastern Europe
Marius I. Tatar
The International Context Of Mass Political Unrest in The Balkans - Conceptual Issues and Perspectives
Dario Brentin is a University Assistant at the Centre for Southeast European Studies at the University of Graz. He is also currently completing his PhD thesis at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London working on the topic of sport and national identity in post-Yugoslav Croatia. He obtained his Mag. Phil. in Political Science and Eastern European History at the University of Vienna. He has taught at University of Vienna and has since been a Visiting Lecturer at University of Copenhagen and University of Brighton.