Becoming "Like Skin": The Chilean Student Movement and the Making of Radical Student Subjectivity.

Koerner, Lucas M.

Abstract: Examining the "Penguin Revolution" of 2006, the largest social mobilization in Chile since the return to civilian rule in 1990, I argue that the Chilean student movement reconstituted itself by developing a grassroots “assembliest” logic that while drawing on the legacy of the traditional Left as a critical ideological referent, nonetheless marked a depart... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
Senior honors thesis.
Tufts University. Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
Social movements--Case studies.
Social movements--Chile.
Chile--Politics and government--1988-
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