Essay originally drafted for the WPF seminar, ‘What Animates and Challenges the Possibilities for Collective Action today?‘ held in September 2023.
Questions posed by the conference:
Context: how has collective action been conceptualized? Where is collective action being innovated and to what ends? Inversely, what are the obstacles and limits of collective action? What do these examples tell […]Continue Reading →
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