Latin American Social Movements in Comparative and Transnational Perspective

Tuesday, July 15, 2014: 3:30 PM-5:20 PM
Room: 411
RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements (host committee)

Language: Spanish and English

Session Organizers:
Maria da Gloria GOHN, State University of Campinas, Brazil and Manuel Antonio GARRETON, Universidad de Chile, Chile
The Ecuadorian Indigenous Movement As a Social Movement (Oral Presentation)
Philipp ALTMANN, FU Berlin, Germany

Social Movements and Protests in Brazil in 2013-What's New? (Oral Presentation)
Maria da Gloria GOHN, Universidad Estatal de Campinas, Brazil

Latin American Social Movements: Research Agendas and Regional Constructions (Oral Presentation)
Breno BRINGEL, Universidade Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Alfredo FALERO, Universidad de la República, Uruguay

The Invisible Spring": Internet and Political Practices in Colombian and Brazilian Mobilization (Distributed Paper)
Liliana GALINDO RAMIREZ, Université de Grenoble, France

Fighting GM Crops in Argentina and Brazil: Global Constraints, National Opportunities? (Distributed Paper)
Renata MOTTA, Free University Berlin, Germany