By Michiel Baud (editor), Rosanne Rutten (editor)
All varieties of well known protest contain a selected type of 'popular highbrow' who displays social fact. This quantity appears to be like on the studies of well known intellectuals in non-western societies, working inside of social-movement networks that hyperlink neighborhood, local, and foreign arenas, and fasten to a world circulation of principles. 8 case experiences on varied societies in twentieth-century Asia, Africa, and Latin the United States spotlight particular activist intellectuals and their position in collective motion.
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