RSI in the Media

Here you will find links to interviews, videos, blogs and publications by members of the Resistance Studies team.       

RSI DIRECTOR STELLAN VINTHAGEN

Stellan Vinthagen Publications

Why we need to shift from protest power to people power  4/6/2021 in  Waging Nonviolence

Transforming Conflict | Evolution of Civil Disobedience & Nonviolent Tactics  interview on 2/3/2021 with
Nonviolence International

View audio of talk on Socialism in the Time of Corona: The Nordic Pandemic 11/20/2020

View video of webinar: The Way Forward from Pandemic to A Better World at Rowe Center 6/23/20

Water protectors turn to Minnesota’s Line 3 pipeline as their next target of resistance

Watch Opening remarks at "Criminalizing Dissent" Palestinian Rights Panel 11/12/19 at UMass Amherst

Conceptualizing 'Everyday Resistance'A Transdisciplinary Approach, 1st Edition By Anna Johansson, Stellan Vinthagen

Researching Resistance and Social Change:  A Critical Approach to Theory and Practice By Mikael Baaz, Mona Lilja, and Stellan Vinthagen

A Theory of Nonviolent Action: How Civil Resistance Works

View video of talk on 3/31/17 at UMass Amherst:

Long-term Strategy and Movement Building for Dealing with the Trump Regime"

Hear WHMP Radio Interview 3/30/17

Watch Amherst Media TV interview 3/28/16

Article in Summer 2016 UMass Magazine


RSI FELLOWS AND AFFILIATES 
For full biographies, click on a name

CRAIG BROWN

Movement success is less about overcoming fear and more about persevering through it  by Craig Brown

 
 

BENJAMIN S. CASE

The Thailand uprising: rubber ducks against royalty  by Benjamin S. Case  

Speaking of Riots: The Complicated Reality of Violence vs. Nonviolence  by Benjamin S. Case  

Molotov Cocktails to Mass Marches: Strategic Nonviolence, and the Mobilizing Effect of Riots by Benjamin S. Case


JORGEN JOHNSEN

On strategic challenges for the Belarusian people and their friends by Jorgen Johansen (available in Russian, German and other languages)


CAROL KALAFATIC

These extraordinary times: Indigenous Peoples and coalition building for agroecology and food sovereignty  by Carol Kalafatic

Indigenous Peoples Re-Membering Their Futures in Extraordinary Times  by Carol Kalafatic

Inclusion and Engagement With Indigenous Peoples  by Carol Kalafatic


MADHURESH KUMAR

Twenty thousand farmers commit suicide in India every year Interview with Madhuresh Kumar


MATT MEYER

6 ways to stay focused on movement-building amid the post-election chaos  by Matt Meyer 

Puerto Rico’s crisis isn’t natural disasters — it’s colonialism by Matt Meyer and son Michael Meyer-Starr 

150 years after Gandhi’s birth, authoritarianism in India must be met with resistance by Matt Meyer and Binalakshmi Nepram

Western Sahara Calls for Independence in Historic Symbolic Referendum by Matt Meyer


BINALAKSHMI NEPRAM

Realities of India’s Oft-Forgotten Northeast: Conflict, Militarization, Indigneous Peoples, Racism and COVID 19  by Binalakshmi Nepram

150 years after Gandhi’s birth, authoritarianism in India must be met with resistance by Matt Meyer and Binalakshmi Nepram


FAREEN PARVEZ

Parvez: A New International Movement for Debt Justice by Fareen Parvez

Long Before COVID-19, Muslim Communities in India Built Solidarity Through Mutual Aid  by Fareen Parvez


JOANNE SHEEHAN

Uncovering the roots of Barbara Deming’s revolutionary nonviolence and feminism by Joanne Sheehan

We need to strategically eliminate fascism, not hollow calls for peace  by Joanne Sheehan and Shiyam Galyan 

A Revolutionary Nonviolent Perspective on US Uprisings  by Joanne Sheehan

Planning Nonviolent Campaigns by Joanne Sheehan and Andreas Speck  

Developing Strategic Campaigns by Andrew Metheven and Joanne Sheehan

The roots of revolutionary nonviolence in the United States are in the Black community  by Joanne Sheehan