Monday, June 27, 2022

New Issue: Global Society

The latest issue of Global Society (Vol. 36, no. 3, 2022) is out. Contents include:
  • Disentangling “Reverse Discourse(s)”
    • Mikael Baaz & Mona Lilja, “Reverse Discourse” Revisited: Cracks, Formations, and a Complex Understanding of Power
    • Mona Lilja, Theorising Resistance Formations: Reverse Discourses, Spatial Resistance and Networked Dissent
    • Mikael Baaz & Mona Lilja, I Felt a Little Homosexual Today, So I Called in Sick: The Formation of “Reverse Discourse” by Swedish Gay Activists in the 1970s
    • Ann E. Towns, WAW, No Women? Foucault’s Reverse Discourse and Gendered Subjects in Diplomatic Networks
    • Mark Haugaard, Reverse Versus Radical Discourse: A Qualified Critique of Butler and Foucault, with an Alternative Interactive Theorisation
    • Tiina Seppälä, “No One is Illegal” As a Reverse Discourse Against Deportability
    • Marta Iñiguez de Heredia, Reversing “Liberal” Aspirations: A View from “Citizen’s” Movements in Africa