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After the Revolution

  • Kartonierter Einband
  • 247 Seiten
Informationen zum Autor Jessica Greenberg is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. ... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Jessica Greenberg is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Klappentext What happens to student activism once mass protests have disappeared from view, and youth no longer embody the political frustrations and hopes of a nation? "After the Revolution" chronicles the lives of student activists as they confront the possibilities and disappointments of democracy in the shadow of the recent revolution in Serbia. Greenberg's narrative highlights the stories of young student activists as they seek to define their role and articulate a new form of legitimate political activity, post-socialism. When student activists in Serbia helped topple dictator Slobodan Milosevic on October 5, 2000, they unexpectedly found that the post-revolutionary period brought even greater problems. How do you actually live and practice democracy in the wake of war and the shadow of a recent revolution? How do young Serbians attempt to translate the energy and excitement generated by wide scale mobilization into the slow work of building democratic institutions? Greenberg navigates through the ranks of student organizations as they transition their activism from the streets back into the halls of the university. In exploring the everyday practices of student activists--their triumphs and frustrations--"After the Revolution" argues that disappointment is not a failure of democracy but a fundamental feature of how people live and practice it. This fascinating book develops a critical vocabulary for the social life of disappointment with the aim of helping citizens, scholars, and policymakers worldwide escape the trap of framing new democracies as doomed to failure.

"The book captures uncertainties, complexities, and contradictions of youth activism and democracy building. It contributes to our understanding of youth activism, citizenship, political participation, and democracy by expanding these concepts to entail temporal, spatial, affective, performative, and ethical dimensions . . . Greenberg's powerful arguments about political transformations and thorough analysis of everyday technologies of democracy building are an important contribution to the anthropology of global politics. After the Revolution is a good example of a theoretical endeavor, which transcends common analytics prevalent in scholarship on a post-Cold War Europe for several decades."

Autorentext
Jessica Greenberg is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Klappentext

What happens to student activism once mass protests have disappeared from view, and youth no longer embody the political frustrations and hopes of a nation? "After the Revolution" chronicles the lives of student activists as they confront the possibilities and disappointments of democracy in the shadow of the recent revolution in Serbia. Greenberg's narrative highlights the stories of young student activists as they seek to define their role and articulate a new form of legitimate political activity, post-socialism. When student activists in Serbia helped topple dictator Slobodan Milosevic on October 5, 2000, they unexpectedly found that the post-revolutionary period brought even greater problems. How do you actually live and practice democracy in the wake of war and the shadow of a recent revolution? How do young Serbians attempt to translate the energy and excitement generated by wide scale mobilization into the slow work of building democratic institutions? Greenberg navigates through the ranks of student organizations as they transition their activism from the streets back into the halls of the university. In exploring the everyday practices of student activists--their triumphs and frustrations--"After the Revolution" argues that disappointment is not a failure of democracy but a fundamental feature of how people live and practice it. This fascinating book develops a critical vocabulary for the social life of disappointment with the aim of helping citizens, scholars, and policymakers worldwide escape the trap of framing new democracies as doomed to failure.

Produktinformationen

Titel: After the Revolution
Untertitel: Youth, Democracy, and the Politics of Disappointment in Serbia
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EAN: 9780804791151
ISBN: 978-0-8047-9115-1
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Ingram Publishers Services
Genre: Soziologie
Anzahl Seiten: 247
Gewicht: 340g
Größe: H227mm x B156mm x T14mm
Jahr: 2014
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