Great Books for Summer Reading 2016

Every summer we have a tradition of offering readers a healthy selection of great books for your summer reading lists. We invite contributors to choose their favorite social movements/protest-related book of the past couple years, whether scholarly, activist, or fiction, and write a short review. In past years, the selection of books has been diverse, and we hope to offer something of interest to everyone.

Barry Eidlin, McGill University (essay)
“Two Logics of Collective Action: Theoretical Notes on Social Class and Organizational Form” by Claus Offe and Helmut Wiesenthal

Adam Howe,University of British Columbia, Vancouver (essay)
More Will Sing Their Way to Freedom by Elaine Coburn

Julie Moreau, Washington University in St. Louis (essay)
Against Citizenship: The Violence of the Normative by Amy Brandzel

Many thanks to our contributors.

Editors in Chief,
Grace Yukich, David Ortiz, Rory McVeigh, Guillermo Trejo

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