Special Issue: Formations of Feminist Strike

Kylie Thomas (Guest editor), Ksenia Robbe (Guest editor), Senka Neuman-Stanivukovic (Guest editor)

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Table of Contents: - EDITORIAL. - Senka Neuman Stanivukovic, Ksenia Robbe, and Kylie Thomas, Formations of Feminist Strike: Connecting Diverse Practices, Contexts, and Geographies. - ORIGINAL RESEARCH. - Rejoice Chipuriro, #BeatThePot: Strategies and Discourses of Women’s Protests in Zimbabwe. - Barbara Dynda, Odzyskać Noc.: Feminist Protests against Gender-Based Violence in Poland in the Late 1990s and Early 2000s. - Olia Sosnovskaya, The Poetics and Politics of Interruption in the 2020-21 Belarus Uprising. - Shirin Assa, Unveiling Feminist Strike: The Case of "Woman, Life, Freedom" in Iran. - REFLECTIONS AND COMMENTARY. - Anagha S., The Politics of "Pombilai Orumai": The 2015 Kanan Devan Strike in Kerala, India. - Pamela Scully, Feminist Strike: Liberia. - Moumita Biswas, The Shaheen Bagh Strike: Muslim Women and Political Protest in Contemporary India. - Lidia Salvatori, From Italy with Rage: Feminists Striking in Uncertain Times. - INTERVIEWS. - Judith Naeff and Marwa Arsanios, “Derailing the Status quo.” A Conversation with Marwa Arsanios about Who’s Afraid of Ideology? - Ksenia Robbe and Sasha Talaver, "It Felt like Strike Was in the Air at the Beginning of the Invasion." A Conversation with Sasha Talaver (Feminist Antiwar Resistance).
Original languageEnglish
JournalAtlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture, and Social Justice
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2023


  • Feminism
  • Labour
  • Strikes
  • State Violence
  • Gender


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  • Strike A Rock

    Kylie Thomas (Organiser) & Ksenia Robbe (Organiser)

    14 Mar 202230 Mar 2022

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventWorkshop, seminarSocietal

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