The Insubordinate Spaces series, edited by George Lipsitz, is a home for books that resist and rethink the increasingly outsized power market forces wield over public and private life and over the rules and assumptions of scholarly investigation and discourse. The series seeks to explore the origins and evolution of these contemporary and historical subordinating institutions and practices, as well as emergent insubordinate social spaces and institutions crafted to resist market imperatives and provide alternatives to them in the form of new publics, new polities, and new politics.
Organizing for Immigrant Rights in the Twentieth Century
6 x 9
3 figs., 18 halftones, 1 maps
PB: 978-1-4399-1534-9 $29.95
HC: 978-1-4399-1533-2 $104.50
Ebook: 978-1-4399-1535-6 $29.95