Rethinking radical activism: Heterogeneity and dynamics of political squatting in Prague after 1989

@article{Novk2020RethinkingRA,
  title={Rethinking radical activism: Heterogeneity and dynamics of political squatting in Prague after 1989},
  author={A. Nov{\'a}k and Bob Kuř{\'i}k},
  journal={Journal of Urban Affairs},
  year={2020},
  volume={42},
  pages={203 - 221}
}
ABSTRACT Using empirical material relating to political squatting in Prague, the objective of this article is to problematize, complement, and extend the radical-activist type within the political-activism typology for postsocialist countries developed by Ondřej Císař. The text analyzes 3 crucial political squats that emerged after 1989: Ladronka, Milada, and Klinika. It aims to document that the radical activism presented by Císař is not homogeneous but heterogeneous and dynamic. Contrary to C… Expand
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