Greetings PCDN network,
We at Unrest Magazine invite you to check out pieces from our latest issue:
Carolina Reynoso – The International Donor Systems: Uncovering Structural Flaws
Derek Sweetman – Occupy and the Absence of Systemic Conflict Resolution
Michael Loadenthal – Capitalism, Illegality and Subversion: The Prefigurative Politics of the 2-hour Work Day
Charles Reitz and Stephen Spartan – Work, Wealth, and War: Recalling Herbert Marcuse’s Critical Pedagogy
Ali E. Erol – Erdoğan the Saint, Erdoğan the Sinner: Quo Vadis Turkey?
Georgi Engelbrecht – The Foresight Zone
Bill Goldberg – Nonviolent Social Movements and Community Organizing 101
Michael D. English – Decay + DC
Additionally, for those in the Washington, DC area we are co-hosting a film screening of How to Start a Revolution, the new documentary on Gene Sharp, with the Center for the Study of Narrative and Conflict Resolution at S-CAR on 4/19. Details can be found here: http://www.unrestmag.com/join-unrest-419-for-a-film-screening-of-ho...
Finally, Unrest Magazine is always looking for people interested in submitting work to our publication. Scholars, students, and activists writing on issues of peace, war, violence, militarism, social activism, development and similar topics are encouraged to get in touch. Details on type, format, and how we work can be found here: http://www.unrestmag.com/about-unrest/collaborate-with-unrest/
Michael D. English on behalf of the Unrest Editorial Cell