Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice (2007) (SAGE)
- Coverage Dates: 2007
The Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice provides a "synthesis of diverse scholarship on both traditional and emerging forms of social, cultural, and aesthetic activism." Topics covered include social movements (i.e., Poland's Solidarity), critics and critical theory (i.e., postcolonial theory and Edward Said), and individual activists (i.e., Rachel Carson). Each article includes a bibliography of further readings.
Access note: On and off campus. Unlimited simultaneous users allowed.
Database provider: SAGE.
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