Category Archives: Resistance research

Video interview with Stellan Vinthagen

Here is an interview of me made last week at the Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship, American University…

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on Saturday, April 29, 2017

Useful resource site on civil resistance

A very useful website with digital resources for civil resistance. Check it out!

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Article on nonviolent resistance against right wing populism

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on Friday, March 3, 2017

Ruling tactics – and how to resist them

New book by the leading scholar in civil resistance, prof. Brian Martin. The book gives an overview of methods of promoting everyday nationalism, how they serve rulers and how to oppose them.

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on Wednesday, March 8, 2017

European experiences with Refugees Welcome campaigns

Useful experiences to build on for the future solidarity with refugees.

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on Wednesday, February 8, 2017

CfP on Postcolonial activism (Interface Journal)

The excellent activist-academic journal Interface has a call for papers, focusing on post-colonial movements: Social…

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on Wednesday, February 1, 2017

3,5 % of the population can topple a dictator

Thanks Erica Chenoweth for this strong pitch, showing the relevance of nonviolent action research, and how there is hope still for another US.

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on 1hb Februari 2017

Resistance Studies Conference in Dec in Brussels

Resistance studies conference in Dec in Brussels. With Prof James Scott and me as keynote speakers.

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Civil resistance against Corporations

Thanks Shaazka Beyerle, who says; "An exceptional new resource on civil resistance vis-a-vis corporations from the phenomenal team of Erica Chenoweth and Tricia Olsen. Download it here."

Stellan Vinthagen 貼上了 2016年8月23日

Free Webinar library on civil resistance

Check out the impressive webinar collection on civil resistance from ICNC (possible to listen to whenever you want, and to use in a class/seminar):

Posted by Stellan Vinthagen on Monday, August 22, 2016