Great Books for Summer Reading: 2013

Many of you (our valued readers) expressed appreciation for our “Great Books for Summer Reading” feature in 2012, so it is back by popular demand. Our goal is to give readers a healthy selection of interesting books for their summer reading lists.  We invited contributors to choose a social movements/protest-related book of the past couple years—whether scholarly or practical, “fact” or fiction, mainstream or not-so-mainstream—and  write a short review.  Many thanks to our great reviewers:

Eitan Y. Alimi, The Hebrew University
Strangers at the Gates (review)

Mustafa Gurbuz, University of South Florida
Islam and the Arab Awakening (review)

Efe Can Gürcan and Gerardo Otero, Simon Fraser University
Change the World Without Taking Power  and Dispersing Power: Social Movements as Anti-State Force (review)

Chris Hausmann, Northwestern College
Goffman Unbound (review)

Aliza Luft, University of Wisconsin-Madison
A Train in Winter (review)

Jin-Wook Shin, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, South Korea
The World Says No to War (review)

Mark Treskon, Center for Working Families, New York
The Arts of the Political: New Openings for the Left (review)

Rens Vliegenthart, University of Amsterdam
Patterns of Protest (review)

Enjoy your summer reading!

Editors in Chief,
Grace Yukich, David Ortiz, Rory McVeigh, Dan Myers

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