Nothing to Lose but Our Fear
Resistance in Dangerous Times
Author/Illustrator/Editor: Fiona Jeffries
While the scale of recent uprisings may be unprecedented, the refusal of fear is not unique to our time.
As the Egyptian revolution gained momentum, a common refrain echoed across Tahrir Square: “The wall of fear came down!” Mass protests against fear and authoritarianism have also rumbled across the aggrieved streets and plazas of Tunis, Athens, Madrid, NYC, Istanbul, Mexico City, Delhi, and beyond. Fiona Jeffries brings together an international group of scholars and activists—Marcus Rediker, Silvia Federici, David Harvey, Nandita Sharma, John Holloway, Lydia Cacho, Sandra Moran, Gustavo Esteva, and Wendy Mendez—and asks them how can we think critically in a world awash in fear.
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|Date||ISBN||BISAC Code||Thema||Rights available|
|2015||9781771131704||POL043000, POL049000, HIS037000||World rights excluding English|
|English||Paperback / softback||6 x 8||C$24.95||208|