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Mainstream, VOL 60 No 52, December 17, 2022

IRGAC Volume on Global Authoritarianism - Perspectives from the South

Friday 16 December 2022

Contents
Preface................................................................................. 7
Foreword
Verónica Gago .................................................................... 9
Introduction
International Research Group on Authoritarianism & Counter-Strategies................... 13
Embedded Authoritarianism
Sovereignty, Coloniality, and Democracy in Latin America
Pedro Salgado ........................................................................... 25
Hindu Majoritarianism and Authoritarian Shifts in the Age
of Informational Capitalism in India
Fathima Nizaruddin ....................................................................... 41
Right-Wing Authoritarianism Against Nature
The Latin American Context
Sabrina Fernandes ....................................................................... 57
Neoliberal Authoritarian Urbanism
A Comparative Study of New Patterns of Urban Development
in Brazil and Turkey
Aysegul Can and Hugo Fanton ......................................................77
Authoritarian Neoliberalism from Below
Subjectivity and Platform Capitalism in Argentina and Brazil
Fábio Luís Franco and Gustavo Robles ............................................. 99
Reconfiguration of the Regime of Impunity and Authoritarian
Statecraft in Turkey
Hülya Dinçer ............................................................................. 119
Anti-feminist Meeting Points in Latin America
Religious Neoconservatism, Authoritarian Neoliberalism, and Beyond
Ailynn Torres Santana ................................................................... 139
Exploring the Colonial and Apartheid Roots of Urban Authoritarianism
in Postapartheid South Africa
Khanyile Mlotshwa ...................................................................... 159
(Re)Thinking Authoritarianism in Democracy
The Public Denunciation of State Violence During the Pandemic
in Argentina 2020–21
Julieta Mira ............................................................................. 179
Authoritarianism and Developmentalism Framing ‘Progressive’
Governments in Mexico and Argentina
Inés Durán Matute and Mariano Féliz............................................ 197
Agrarian Neoliberalism, Authoritarianism, and the Political Reactions
from below in Southern Africa
Boaventura Monjane..................................................................... 219
Factors of Resilience and Constraint in the Myanmar
Resistance Movement
Nwet Kay Khine ......................................................................... 239
Contentions and Contradictions
The Rise of Duterte’s Authoritarianism with Fascist Tendencies Amidst
the Hegemonic Crisis of (Neo)Liberal Democracy in the Philippines
Verna Dinah Q. Viajar.................................................................... 261
Production of Activism under Authoritarianism
Insights from the Rights-Based Civil Society in Turkey
Ülker Sözen ............................................................................. 281
Contributors.............

Global Authoritarianism: Perspectives and Contestations from the Global South | IRGAC (Ed.)
International Research Group on Authoritarianism and Counter-Strategies (IRGAC) (Ed.)
Published by transcript Verlag, 2022
302 Pages | ISBN: 978-3-8376-6209-2
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