Claudia Briones: What, Where and When to Manifest: Contentious Politics and Prefigurative Politics

Claudia Briones: What, Where and When to Manifest: Contentious Politics and Prefigurative Politics photo/foto: Alexei Taylor

What, Where and When to Manifest: Contentious Politics and Prefigurative Politics

Analysis of indigenous social movements focuses on their public manifestations and manifestos, revealing an aspect of the world that advances certain agendas. Exploring the choreographies of these movements, I introduce a distinction between contentious politics and prefigurative politics, and examine their archives and repertoires of struggle.

Biography

Claudia Briones received her PhD in Anthropology from UT Austin. She is a Full Professor at Universidad de Buenos Aires and Universidad Nacional de Río Negro, and a Researcher at the National Council on Scientific and Technical Research at the Research Institute on Cultural Diversity and Processes of Change, in Argentina.

Media

Claudia Briones: What, Where and When to Manifest: Contentious Politics and Prefigurative Politics Edited by Victor Bautista

Additional Info

  • Encuentro Location (Montréal): Concordia University, Henry F. Hall Building
  • Date: June 25, 2014