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SOCIAL THOUGHT & COMMENTARY COLLECTION:
Protest in Brazil
The Cellularity and Continuity of Protest in Brazil
Alexander S. Dent, The George Washington University
Rosana Pinheiro-Machado, Oxford University
“Come to the Street!”: Urban Protest, Brazil 2013
James Holston, University of California, Berkeley
“It’s Not Easy, I Ask for Public Mobility and the Government Sends
Skull Against Me”: An Intimate Account of the Political Protests in
Rio de Janeiro (June & July, 2013)
Anelise dos Santos Gutterres, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
An Ethnography of the Week(s) Before the Flood: Cash Money, Progressive Politics, and Revolt in Millennial Brazil
John F. Collins, City University of New York – Queens College & The Graduate Center
Protest Before the Protests: The Unheard Politics of a Welfare Panic in Brazil
Gregory Duff Morton, University of Chicago
2013 Protests in Brazil: The Kite and the Byte in New Forms of Popular Mobilization
Anthony D’Andrea, University of Chicago
Hybrid Landscapes; Science, Conservation, and the Production of Nature
Volume 87, #3