Mobilizing Territory: Socioterritorial Movements in Comparative Perspective

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Why does territory matter to social movements and what does it allow them to achieve? Sam Halvorsen develops Brazilian geographer Fernandes’s notion of “socioterritorial movements” as an analytical category for social movements that have as their central objective the appropriation of space in pursuit of their political project. Image courtesy of Sam Halvorsen.

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