The Politics of Boycotts

An issue of: Radical History Review

The Politics of Boycotts
Journal Issue Pages: 248 Volume 19, Number 2 Number: 134 Published: May 2019 An issue of Radical History Review
Special Issue Editor(s): Natalie Rothman, Andrew Zimmerman
Contributors to this special issue explore the global, entangled history of boycotts, from the original Captain Boycott to the struggles for justice in Israel/Palestine. Increasingly transnational and anti-imperialist, boycotts have, the contributors argue, challenged global empire through the power of refusal – a power that “no state, no corporation, no military can prevent.”

Contributors: Taha Muhammad Ali, Allyson P. Brantley, Michael Bueckert, ?Peter Cole, Ilana Feldman, Yahya Hijazi, Gabriel Levin, Peter Makhlouf, R. Joseph Parrott, Stephen Pascoe, Andrew Phemister, E. Natalie Rothman, Jeffrey Sacks, Amro Sadeldeen, Mikki Stelder, Abdel Razzaq Takriti, Andrew Zimmerman



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