Marina Sitrin

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Marina Sitrin is an Assistant Professor in the department of Sociology at SUNY Binghamton. She holds a PhD in Global Sociology and JD in International Women’s Human Rights, She is the co-author of They Can’t Represent US: Reinventing Democracy from Greece to Occupy (Verso 2014); Occupying Language the Secret Rendezvous with History and the Present (Zuccotti Park Press 2012); and author of Everyday Revolutions: Horizontalism and Autonomy in Argentina (Zed 2012); Horizontalism: Voices of Popular Power in Argentina (AK Press 2006) and the forthcoming book with the University of California Press, The New Revolutions: From Societies in Movement to Nonmovements. Marina is also working on a dialogue based book with Bill Fletcher Jr. on strategies for this political moment we are living. Her work focuses on societies in movement, specifically looking at new forms of social organization, such as autogestión, horizontalidad, prefigurative politics and new affective social relationships. She grounds much of her work in ethnography, oral history and sociological narrative. Her contribution to Social Sciences for An-Other politics: Women theorising without parachutes edited by A C Dinerstein, Palgrave McMillan, London

Is titled ‘Rethinking Social Movements with Societies
in Movement’(pp. 135-150)