Spectacle, places and political change: 1968 and now

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 26 Number 2 (2018)

Spectacle, places and political change: 1968 and now
Alex Campsie, pages -

Abstract

Fifty years on from 1968, we can learn valuable lessons about how we use spectacle and space to effect political change. It also prompts us to think about the importance of intersectionality, as well as the need to move contemporary politics ‘beyond the fragments’.

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