Christopher Kullenberg November 23rd, 2007
[The Resistance Studies Magazine has launched separate web site: rsmag.org . Please go there for the latest information, call for papers and news.] All issues, including the first ones, are available for free download:
- 2008 01 – Resistance Studies Magazine #1: January 2008
- 2008 02 – Resistance Studies Magazine #2: May 2008
- 2008 03 -Â Resistance Studies Magazine #3: August 2008
The Resistance Studies Magazine is a quarterly newsletter on global resistance. The aim of the publication is can be summarized as follows:
- to raise awareness of current resistance activities.
- to promote the theoretical and empirical study of resistance.
- to intensify networking within resistance studies in order to inspire further research and connect researchers around the world.
We encourage authors to submit texts of the following kind:
- Theoretical and empirical articles
- Book reviews
The magazine appeared in January 2008 as an electronic publication and can be downloaded for free at rsmag.org (ISSN 1654-7063). It is also a qualified member of the Directory of Open Access Journals.
Editor and publisher: Jörgen Johansen. Assistant editor: Jakob Lehne Editorial board:Edme Domingues, School of Global Studies, GÃ¶teborg Universityâ™¥JÃ¶rgen Johansen, Centre for Peace and ReconciliationStudies, Coventry Universityâ™¥Ananta K. Giri, Madras Institute of Development Studiesâ™¥FrÃ©dÃ©ric Megret, McGill University â™¥George Katsiaficas, Wentworth Institute of Technologyâ™¥Wei Liu, University of Amsterdamâ™¥Mathias Klang, IT-University, GÃ¶teborgâ™¥Jeff Juris, Arizona State Univsersityâ™¥Sulaiman Al Hamri, Combatants for Peaceâ™¥Lisa Sharlach, University of Alabama at Birminghamâ™¥Paul Routledge, University of Glascowâ™¥Sean Chabot, Eastern Washington Universityâ™¥Jenny Pickerill, University of Leicesterâ™¥Kathy Ferguson, University of Hawaiiâ™¥Leonidas K. Cheliotis, Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of Londonâ™¥Lennart Bergfeldt, Department of Social Sciences,VÃ¤xjÃ¶ Universityâ™¥Peter Watermanâ™¥Magid Shihadeâ™¥Justin Kenrick, University of Glascowâ™¥