Redrawing Class Maps in a Globalised World: Examining Recent Occupations of Public Space in Montréal and New York
My research examines Occupy Wall Street and the 2012 Quebec Students’ Strike through their respective participants’ and supporters’ evolving understanding of social inequality. It seeks to analyse how the financialisation of capital (and debt-relations that follow in its wake) have underwritten a series of popular protest movements that characterise and identify the formation of new class relationships across social and geographic boundaries. In other words: how are differently-located social protests related across the globe?
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