Global Resistance: Subjects and Practices: in-depth Analysis
Module code: L7090SDUD
30 credits in spring semester
Teaching method: Seminar
Assessment modes: Not yet finalised
In this module, you explore the 'global movement' of opposition to neoliberalism, capitalism and imperialism.
You learn about the global summit protests of the early 21st Century, the Zapatista movement in Mexico, international trade unionism and the most recent anti-austerity protests in Europe.
You look at:
- the history of global resistance
- the main concepts and theories used to make sense of resistance – including Marxist, post-structuralist, decolonial, feminist and anarchist approaches
- political groups who have been hailed as responsible for revolutionary movements, for example the anti-globalisation movement
- the politics of resistance
- campaigns against multinational corporations.