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Introduction: global resistance - global politics I LOUISE AMOORE PART 1 Conceptualizing resistance: theories and problernatics 13 1 Conceptualizing resistance to globalization 17 JAMES H, MITTELUMAN AND CHRISTINE B, N. CHIN 2 State and civil society 28 ANTONIO GRAMSCI 3 Gramsci, hegemony and international relations: an essay in method 35 ROBERT W. COX 4 The self-regulating market and the fictitious commodities: labor, land, and money 48 KARIL POLANY1 5 Theorizing the interregnum: the double movement and global politics in the 1990s 54 ST EPHEN GILL 6 The infrapolitics of subordinate groups 65 JAMES C. SCOT'T 7 The silent revolution and the weapons of the weak: transformation and innovation from below 74 FANT L CHERU 8 Method 86 MICHEL FOUCAULT 9 Writing human agency after the death of God 92 ROLAND BLElKER PART 2 Situating resistance: what's in a movement? 99 10 Civil society at the turn of the millennium: prospects for an alternative world order 103 RO BERT W. COX 11 Global civil society: perspectives, initiatives, movements 124 RICHARD FALK 12 Social movements/world politics 136 R. B J. WALKIER 13 Toward a postmodern prince? The battle in Seattle as a moment in the new politics of globalisation 150 STEPHEN GILL 14 Farewell to the 'end of history': organization and vision in anti-corporate movements 138 NAOMI KLEIN 15 Quebec City 2001 and the making of transnational subjects 169 ANDRE C DRAINVILLE 16 Porto Alegre: today's bandung? 190 MICH\AEL HARDT 17 The new world order: passive revolution or transformative process? 194 MARK RUPFERT PART 3 Exploring resistances: peoples, practices, politics 209 Gender 18 Some theoretical 'musings' about gender and resistance 215 MARIANNE Hi. MARCHAND 19 The politics of resistance: women as nonstate, antistate, and transstate actors 226 V SPIKE Pl IERSON AND ANNE SISSON RUNYAN 20 Globalization, governance and gender: rethinking the agenda for the twenty-first century 2 44 JANINE BRODIE Work 21 Toward an international social-movement unionism 257 KIN MOODY 22 Workers North and South 273 BEVERY J. SILVER AND GIOVANNI ARRIGHI 23 Globalizing sex workers' rights 289 KAMALA KEMPADOO Debt and development 24 Culture, economics, and politics in Latin American social movements: theory and research 299 ARTU RO LSCtOBAR 25 The economic bondage of debt - and the birth of a new movement 311 ANN PLETIFOR 26 Globalization and local resistance: the case of Shell versus the Ogoni 318 CtYRIL[ I. OB0 Environment 27 Power politics 328 ARLN DH A I ROY 28 Environmental regeneration 337 PAUL EKINS 29 Environmental activism and world civic politics 346 PAUL WAPNER PART 4 Cultures of resistance: technologies, tactics, tensions 357 30 Stronger than ever: far from fizzling out, the global justice movement is growing in numbers and maturity 361 GEORGE MONBIOT 31 Grassrooting the space of flows :363 MANUEL CAS ELLS 32 Digital networks and the state: some governance questions 371 SASKIA SASSEN 33 Carnival of money: politics of dissent in an era of globalizing finance 379 MARIEKE DE GOEDE 34 Beyond the war of words: cautious resistance and calculated confornmity 392 JAM?S C. SCOTT 35 Political boundaries, poetic transgressions 11 ROLAND BLETKER 36 Sounds of resistance 423 ROBIN BAL1IG ER 37 Culture jamaning ads under attack 437 NAO I KEINL