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  1. Core Reading 25 items
    These texts are essential reading for this module
    1. Street citizens: protest politics and social movement activism in the age of globalization - Marco Giugni, Maria T. Grasso 2018

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    2. Social movements and Ireland - Linda Connolly, Niamh Hourigan 2006

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    3. Remembering women's activism - Sharon Crozier-De Rosa, Vera C. Mackie 2019

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    4. Women and the women's movement in Britain, 1914-1999 - Martin Pugh 2000

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    5. The Oxford handbook of social movements 2015

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    6. Indian suffragettes: female identities and transnational networks - Sumita Mukherjee 2018

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    7. Social movements and civil war: when protests for democratization fail - Donatella Della Porta, Hidde Donker, Bogumila Hall, Emin Poljarevic 2018

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    8. The making of Black lives matter: a brief history of an idea - Christopher J. Lebron 2017

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    9. Social movements in times of austerity: bringing capitalism back into protest analysis - Donatella Della Porta 2015

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    10. Blowing the lid: gay liberation, sexual revolution and radical queens - Stuart Feather 2015

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    11. Social movements and democracy in the 21st century - Dylan Taylor 2016

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    12. Social movements and new technology - Victoria Carty 2015

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    13. Protest: a cultural introduction to social movements - James M. Jasper 2014

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    14. The Oxford handbook of African American citizenship, 1865-present - Henry Louis Gates c2012

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    15. Social movements: the key concepts - Graeme Chesters, Ian Welsh 2011

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    16. Social movements: an introduction - Donatella Della Porta, Mario Diani 2006

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    17. Social movements: a reader - Vincenzo Ruggiero, Nicola Montagna 2008

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  2. Optional Reading 16 items
    These texts will assist you in preparing for your seminars and for your unseen exam
    1. The origins of the civil rights movement: Black communities organizing for change - Aldon D. Morris 1986, ©1984

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    2. Rise of women's international activism: identity and sisterhood between the world wars - Askews & Holts (electronic resource)

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    3. "Takin' it to the streets": a sixties reader - Alexander Bloom, Wini Breines 2011

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    4. Networks of outrage and hope: social movements in the Internet age - Manuel Castells 2012

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    5. Making sense of social movements - Nick Crossley 2002

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    6. Feminism - June Hannam c2012

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    7. Encounters with the contemporary radical right - Peter H. Merkl, Leonard Weinberg 1993

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    8. Global activism reader - Luc Reydams 2011

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    9. Social Movements, 1768-2012 - Charles Tilly 2012

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    10. The American civil rights movement: readings & interpretations - Raymond N. D'Angelo 2000

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    11. Freedom rights: new perspectives on the Civil Rights Movement - Danielle L. McGuire, John Dittmer 2011 (electronic resource)

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