Mobilizing Ideas publishes interdisciplinary perspectives on social movements, social change, and the public sphere. To enhance dialogue between scholars and activists, Mobilizing Ideas hosts exchanges between leading scholars from the social sciences and humanities and the activists they study, featuring original essays responding to a wide variety of problems related to social movements and social change.
Founded in August 2011 following the Young Scholars in Social Movements conference at the University of Notre Dame, an annual interdisciplinary gathering of select emerging social movement scholars, Mobilizing Ideas is hosted by the Center for the Study of Social Movements at Notre Dame.
Though contributions to Mobilizing Ideas are typically by invitation, inquiries and recommendations are welcome. Content published by Mobilizing Ideas may be redistributed as long as the use is not for commercial purposes, and that both the author and Mobilizing Ideas are properly attributed.
You can access a complete list of our essay contributors here.
Editors in Chief:
Austin Choi Fitzpatrick
Jean Yen-chun Lin
Christopher M. Sullivan