Social Movements and Politics 2014-2015

2015 (forthcoming/in press)

Flesher Fominaya C (in press 2015) Unintended Consequences: The Negative Impact of Email Use on Participation and Collective Identity in Two “Horizontal” Social Movement Groups. The European Political Science Review

Flesher Fominaya C (forthcoming, 2015) Autonomous social movements and the paradox of anti-identitarian collective identity. In McGarry A and Jasper J (eds) The identity dilemma. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Flesher Fominaya C (forthcoming, 2015) The Madrid 2004 bombing: Understanding the puzzle of 11-M’s flawed commemorative process. In Tota AL and Hagen T (eds) Routledge international handbook of memory studies. London: Routledge.

Flesher Fominaya C (forthcoming, 2015) International solidarity in social movements. In Bian S, Bormann S, Hartung M, Jungeülsing J and Schubert F  (eds) Last call for solidarity, Hamburg: Verlag. (In German).


Flesher Fominaya C (2014) Social movements and globalization: How protests, occupations and uprisings are changing the world. [1] London: Palgrave Macmillan. * Reviewed in Social Movement Studies, Antipode, Interface, RoarMag. Reviews forthcoming in, Journal of Social Policy, Jugendpolitik in Europa, Mobilization, Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas.

Flesher Fominaya C (2014) Debunking Spontaneity: Spain’s 15-M/Indignados as Autonomous Movement. Social Movement Studies, 14 (2).

[1] “The best book on the new movements for radical social change in the 21st Century that I have read”, Professor John Foran, University of California, Santa Barbara, review.

Flesher Fominaya C (2014) Movement culture as habit(us): Resistance to change in the routinized practices of resistance. In Baumgarten B, Daphi P and Ullrich P (eds) Conceptualizing culture in social movement research. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 186-205.

Flesher Fominaya C and Montañés Jiménez A. (2014) Transnational diffusion across time: The adoption of the Argentinian Dirty War “escrache” in the context of Spain’s housing crisis. In della Porta D and Mattoni A (eds) Spreading protest: Social movements in times of crisi201s. Colchester, UK: ECPR Press, 19-42.

Flesher Fominaya C (2014) Autonomous movements and the institutional left. In Karamichas J (ed) New and alternative movements in Spain. London: Routledge.