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The issue of spatiality for protest camps is a big one, especially for someone who is not trained as a Geographer. As my work usually deals with media representations, this is a daunting task. While media representation is a significant … Continue reading
CCA Says “The Protest Camps project, by Anna Feigenbaum, Fabian Frenzel, and Patrick McCurdy, looks at an increasingly visible typology of struggle in uprisings and social struggles around the world, from Tahrir Square to Syntagma Square, and from Puerta del Sol to … Continue reading