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Publications 

John Burdick 

2010.  “A Conversation Between Conflict Resolution and Social Movement Scholars.” Co-authored with Beth Roy and Louis Kriesberg, Conflict Resolution Quarterly

2009. "The Singing Voice and Racial Politics on the Brazilian Evangelical Music Scene.” Latin American Music Review 30: 1: 25-55  

2009.  “Collective Identity and Racial Thought on São Paulo’s Black Gospel Music Scene.” Music and Arts in Action 1: 2: 16-29  

2008. “Class, Place and Blackness in São Paulo’s Gospel Music Scene,” Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic and Racial Studies  

2005. “Why is the Evangelical Black Movement Growing in Brazil?” Journal of Latin American Studies 37/2 (May): 311-332.  
 
2004. Legacies of Liberation: the Progressive Catholic Church in Brazil at the Start of a  New Millennium. London: Ashgate International
 
1998. “The Lost Constituency of Brazil’s Black Consciousness Movements,” Latin American Perspectives  98/2 (January): 136-155.
  
1998. Blessed Anastacia: Women, Race, and Popular Christianity in Brazil. New York: Routledge  

1995. “Uniting Theory and Practice in the Study of Social Movements: Notes Toward a Hopeful  Realism.”  Dialectical Anthropology 20 (1995): 361-385.  

1993. Looking for God in Brazil: The Progressive Catholic Church in Urban Brazil’s Religious Arena. Berkeley: University of California Press.

 

Matthew Cleary

Cleary 2006.pdf

Cleary 2007.pdf

Cleary 2007b.pdf

Louis Kriesberg

2009. "Waging Conflicts Constructively". Pp. 157-169 in Handbook of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, S. Byrne, D. Sandole, I. Staroste-Sandole and J. Senehi, Eds., London and New York: Routledge.

2007. "Long Peace or Long War: A Conflict Resolution Perspective." Negotiation Journal 23:97-116.

Prema Kurien

 2007  “Who Speaks for Indian Americans? Religion, Ethnicity and Political Formation.” American Quarterly, Vol 59 (3): 759-783.

2006   “Mr. President, Why do you Exclude us from your Prayers?: Hindus Challenge American Pluralism.” Pp.19-138 in Stephen Prothero (ed)., A Nation of Religions: The Politics of Pluralism in Multireligious America. University of North Carolina Press.      

Tom Perreault

2010 “Struggles for water control: from water wars to mobilizations for  day-to-day water rights defense” (with Rutgerd Boelens and Rocio  Bustamante), In Rutgerd Boelens, David Getches and Armando Guevera Gil (eds.), Out of the Mainstream: Water Rights, Politics and Identity, London: Earthscan Books.

2008 “Custom and contradiction: Rural water governance and the politics  of usos y costumbres in Bolivia's irrigators' movement.” Annals of the  Association of American Geographers, 98(4): 834-854.

Herbert Ruffin

http://www.blackpast.org/?q=contributor/ruffin-ii-herbert-g

http://www.encyclopediaofalabama.org/face/Article.jsp?id=h-1435

http://www.encyclopediaofalabama.org/face/Article.jsp?id=h-1252

Hans-Peter Schmitz

Moynihan Institute Transnational NGO Initiative

Lecy, Jesse D., George E. Mitchell, and Hans Peter Schmitz 2010: Advocacy organizations, networks, and the firm analogy, in Rethinking Advocacy Organizations. A Collective Action Perspective, ed. by Aseem Prakash and Mary Kay Gugerty, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming).

Jamie Winders

2008. "An 'Incomplete' Picture? Race, Latino Migration, and Urban Politics in Nashville, Tennessee." Urban Geography 29.3: 246-263.

2008. "'We're Here to Stay': Economic Restructuring, Latino Migration, and Place-Making in the U.S. South."
           Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 33: 60-72, with Barbara Ellen Smith.

2008. "An 'Incomplete' Picture? Race, Latino Migration, and Urban Politics in Nashville, Tennessee." Urban Geography 29.3: 246-263.2008. "'We're Here to Stay': Economic Restructuring, Latino Migration, and Place-Making in the U.S. South."            Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 33: 60-72, with Barbara Ellen Smith.

 

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