[movimenti.bicocca] CFP: Mobilization special issue on "Memo…
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For the special issue, we seek high-quality, original research articles from all disciplines that explore different dimensions of the interaction between memory and social movements. We welcome theoretical and empirical articles that address memories as outcomes of mobilization and/or as significant factors in shaping further mobilization. Central questions include, but are not limited to: • How do social movements participate or intervene in public memories about past contentions and other historical events? • How do social movements remember themselves or previous movements? • How does the past and its public remembrance influence mobilization?
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