Foreword Ronnie D. Lipschutz 1. Between Discipline and Dissent: Situated Resistance and Global Order Lara Montesinos Coleman and Karen Tucker 2. Global Discipline and Dissent in the Longue Duree Andre C. Drainville 3. Counter-Conducts in South Africa: Power, Government and Dissent at the World Summit Carl Death 4. Governing Dissent in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve: 'Development', Governmentality, and Subjectification among Botswana's Bushmen Louiza Odysseos 5. Of Cameras and Balaclavas: Violence, Myth and the Convulsive Kettle Amedeo Policante 6. Capitalist Cocktails and Moscow Mules: The Art-World and Alter-Globalization Protest Kirsty Robertson 7. Consenting to 'Heaven': The Millennium Development Goals, Neo-liberal Governance and Global Civil Society in Malawi Clive Gabay 8. Disciplining Dissent: NGOs and Community Organizations Aziz Choudry and Eric Shragge 9. The Disciplining of Dissent and the Role of Empathetic Listeners in Deliberative Publics: A Ritual Perspective Nicole Doerr 10. Looking Beyond the Spectacle: Social Movement Theory, Feminist Anti-globalization Activism and the Praxis of Principled Pragmatism Bice Maiguashca
Lara Montesinos Coleman is Lecturer in Development and Conflict at the University of Durham and recently finished her PhD at the University of Bristol. Her research focuses on questions of resistance, global development, security and the politics of knowledge. She is a member of the International Collaboratory on Critical Methods in Security Studies. Karen Tucker is a Research Associate at the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies at the University of Bristol. Her research focuses on issues relating to global governance, global trade politics, subaltern knowledges, critical methodology and the politics of global resistance.