As you like it: the movement is the moment

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 4 (2020)

As you like it: the movement is the moment
Michael J Flexer, Lisa Baraitser, pages -

Abstract

The current disruptions, suspensions and hiatuses of everyday life have forced us to think more carefully about time: both the specific moment we are experiencing – the coming together of Covid-19 and the urgent call for racial justice by the BLM movement – and the way moments operate together, contemporaneously and over longer historical time. The relationship between time – the moment – and the potential for actions within that time – the movement – opens up political possibilities.

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Michael J Flexer, Lisa Baraitser (2020) As you like it: the movement is the moment, Renewal, 28(4), -

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