Enclosures: Fences, Walls, and Contested Spaces

An issue of: Radical History Review

Enclosures
Journal Issue Volume 10, Number 3 Number: 108 Published: 2010 An issue of Radical History Review
Special Issue Editor(s): David Serlin, Amy Chazkel

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1. Editors' Introduction–Amy Chazkel and David Serlin

REFLECTIONS

2. Enclosures from the Bottom Up–Peter Linebaugh

FEATURES

3. Radical Commons Discourse and the Challenges of Colonialism–Ben Maddison

4. "Retribution Will Be Their Reward": New Mexico's Las Gorras Blancas and the Fight for the Las Vegas Land Grant Commons–David Correia

5. State Racism and Biopolitical Struggle: The Evasive Commons in Twentieth-Century Durban, South Africa–Sharad Chari

6. Land Acquisition, Landlessness, and the Building of New Delhi–David A. Johnson

7. Free Men and Free Pigs: Closing the Southern Range and the American Property Tradition–R. Ben Brown

PHOTO ESSAYS

8. Ex-Communicated: Historical Reflections on Enclosure Landscapes in Palestine–Gary Fields

9. Silo Walk: Exploring Power Relations on an English Common–Lucy Reynolds and John Schofield

PUBLIC HISTORY

10. Looking between Fences in American History–John Streamas

CURATED SPACES

11. Streets Apart: Photographs of the Belfast Peacelines–Frankie Quinn and Gabbi Murphy

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