Posts Tagged: social movements

Spronk, Susan J. “The Politics of Water Privatization in the Third World.” Review of Radical Political Economics 39: (Winter 2007): 126-131

Susan J. Spronk of York University compares several different literary sources of events of the privatization of water in Third World countries by wealthy private companies.  She describes the original good intentions of the act to bring water to the poorer

Spronk, Susan J. “The Politics of Water Privatization in the Third World.” Review of Radical Political Economics 39: (Winter 2007): 126-131

Susan J. Spronk of York University compares several different literary sources of events of the privatization of water in Third World countries by wealthy private companies.  She describes the original good intentions of the act to bring water to the poorer

Ferreira, Mariana, and Dominique Devine. “Theater of the Oppressed as a Rhizome Acting for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Today.” Latin American Perspectives 39, no. 2 (2012): 11-26. Accessed April 19, 2015.

The article written by Marian Ferreirra and Dominique Devine seeks to sheds light to the origins and power of the pedagogical theoretic frame of Augusto Boal’s the Theatre of the oppressed. To demonstrate the importance of the Theatre of the

Ferreira, Mariana, and Dominique Devine. “Theater of the Oppressed as a Rhizome Acting for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Today.” Latin American Perspectives 39, no. 2 (2012): 11-26. Accessed April 19, 2015.

The article written by Marian Ferreirra and Dominique Devine seeks to sheds light to the origins and power of the pedagogical theoretic frame of Augusto Boal’s the Theatre of the oppressed. To demonstrate the importance of the Theatre of the

Fregoso, Rosa-Linda, and Cynthia Bejarano. Terrorizing Women: Feminicide in the Americas. New York. Duke University Press, 2010.

Annotation: Terrorizing Women: Feminicide in the Americas, chronicles a diverse range of personal accounts of feminicide, otherwise known as hate crimes specifically targeted at women, in Guatemala, Peru, Costa Rica, Mexico and Argentina. These accounts vary from scholarly articles and

Fregoso, Rosa-Linda, and Cynthia Bejarano. Terrorizing Women: Feminicide in the Americas. New York. Duke University Press, 2010.

Annotation: Terrorizing Women: Feminicide in the Americas, chronicles a diverse range of personal accounts of feminicide, otherwise known as hate crimes specifically targeted at women, in Guatemala, Peru, Costa Rica, Mexico and Argentina. These accounts vary from scholarly articles and

Yashar, Deborah J. “Contesting Citizenship: Indigenous Movements and Democracy in Latin America.” Comparative Politics 31:1 (1998): 23-42.

SAMPLE ANNOTATION: From the Annotated Bibliography: “Indigenous Rights in Latin America: The Gap between Doctrine and Reality” By Dan Ruge, M.A. student at Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. Yashar, Deborah J. “Contesting Citizenship: Indigenous

Yashar, Deborah J. “Contesting Citizenship: Indigenous Movements and Democracy in Latin America.” Comparative Politics 31:1 (1998): 23-42.

SAMPLE ANNOTATION: From the Annotated Bibliography: “Indigenous Rights in Latin America: The Gap between Doctrine and Reality” By Dan Ruge, M.A. student at Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. Yashar, Deborah J. “Contesting Citizenship: Indigenous