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Title: Down to earth social movements: an interview with Bruno Latour
Author: Latour, Bruno
Milstein, Denise
Marrero Guillamón, Isaac
Rodríguez Giralt, Israel  
Others: Columbia University
University of London
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Keywords: Bruno Latour
actor-network theory
social movements
Issue Date: 27-Mar-2018
Publisher: Social Movement Studies
Citation: Latour, B., Milstein, D., Marrero Guillamón, I. & Rodríguez Giralt, I. (2018). Down to earth social movements: an interview with Bruno Latour. Social Movement Studies, 17(3), 353-361. doi: 10.1080/14742837.2018.1459298
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Abstract: Taking his most recent publications on ways to engage with the planet as a point of departure, this conversation with Bruno Latour considers some of the political and conceptual challenges associated with what he calls the New Climate Regime. Latour discusses the need for breaking with the modernist framework that set the stage for the environmental crisis in the first place, and which has also hindered the capacity of social movements to affect the situation. Latour argues that only a new body politic (inclusive of non-humans) and a new geosocial politics (attuned to Gaia) will open up the possibility for sustaining life on our severely damaged planet.
Language: English
ISSN: 1474-2837MIAR
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