Squatting in Europe: Radical Spaces, Urban Struggles
Published on Minor Compositions, which states:
Squatting in Europe aims to move beyond the conventional understandings of squatting, investigating its history in Europe over the past four decades. Historical comparisons and analysis blend together in these inquiries into squatting in the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, France, Germany and England. In it members of SqEK (Squatting Europe Kollective) explore the diverse, radical, and often controversial nature of squatting as a form of militant research and self-managed knowledge production.
- Margit Mayer: Preface
- Hans Pruijt: Squatting in Europe
- Pierpaolo Mudu: Resisting and challenging Neoliberalism: the development of Italian Social
- Gianni Piazza: How activists make decisions within Social Centres? A comparative study in an Italian city
- Miguel A. Martínez: The Squatters’ Movement in Spain: A Local and Global Cycle of Urban Protests
- Claudio Cattaneo: Urban squatting, rural squatting and the ecological-economic perspective
- Andre Holm, Armin Kuhn: Squatting and Urban Renewal: The Interaction of Squatter Movements and Strategies of Urban Restructuring in Berlin
- Linus Owens: Have squat, will travel: How squatter mobility mobilizes squatting
- Florence Boullon: What’s a ‘good’ squatter? Categorization’s processes of squats by government officials in France
- Thomas Aguilera: Configurations of Squats in Paris and the Ile-de-France Region: diversity of goals and resources
- E.T.C. Dee: Moving towards criminalisation and then what? Examining dominant discourses on squatting in England
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