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Intellektuelle Kämpfe um Tanzkultur im Zeichen des Peronismus
Series: TanzScripte, 23
Zu einer neuen Ästhetik des Widerstands. Stuttgart 21, Arabischer Frühling und Occupy in theaterwissenschaftlicher Perspektive
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.), Contesting Media Power. Alternative Me- dia in a Networked World, Oxford 2003, S. 16-38. —, „Social Movements Beyond Borders: Understanding Two Eras of Transnational Activism“, in: Porta, Donatella della/Tarrow, Sidney (Hrsg.), Transnational Pro- test & Global Activism. People, Passions, and Power, Lanham 2005, S. 203-226. Benrath, Gustav Adolf, Reformation – Union – Erweckung: Beispiele aus der Kir- chengeschichte Südwestdeutschlands, Göttingen 2011. Berg, Sibylle, „Der Zehnte Anfang“, in: Bochow, Jörg/Trobitz, Ingrid/Weber, Hasko (Hrsg.), Im Zeichen der Faust

. Ein historisch-systematischer Grundriss, Frankfurt a.M./New York 1985; Della Porta, Donatella/Kriesi, Hanspeter/Rucht, Dieter (Hrsg.), Social Movements in a Globalizing World, London/Hampshire 1999; Charles Tilly, Social Movements: 1768- 2004, Boulder 2005; Thomas Kern, Soziale Bewegungen. Ursachen, Wirkungen, Mecha- nismen, Wiesbaden 2008; Roth, Roland/Rucht, Dieter (Hrsg.), Die sozialen Bewegungen in Deutschland seit 1945. Ein Handbuch, Frankfurt a.M./New York 2008. Bewegung | 191 ter Interessengruppen zu richten.6 Protest konnte Druck vor allem dann

, who want to occupy the centre. But politics, as political theorists from Carl Schmitt to Karl Marx, i.e. right as well as left, agree, is created out of difference. It emerges where sensual perception and experience rub up against the traditional order. Many social movements – women’s lib, the peace movement, gay and black rights – have proved this in practice. Because the political activity of these social movements – and this, too, is little noted by political theory – were and are 26 | GABRIELE KLEIN above all grounded in corporeal practices. Activists

risch, normativ und idealisierend kritisiert. Zur internationalen Debatte siehe Craig Cal- houn (Hrsg.), Habermas and the Public Sphere, Cambridge 1992; Zu einem Überblick Pe- ter-Uwe Hohendahl (Hrsg.), Öffentlichkeit: Geschichte eines kritischen Begriffs, Stuttgart 2000. 23 Victoria Carty, Wired and Mobilizing: Social Movements, New Technology, and Electoral Politics, New York u.a. 2011, S. 10. 24 Neue Medien bestimmen das bisherige Gefälle zwischen Sender*innen und Rezipient*in- nen neu. Zwischen der Herstellung neuer Gegenöffentlichkeiten, der Verbreitung

. 4 Participating in the protest myself I had the possibility to observe this ›making of‹ these images directly on site. 5 For instance the picture gallery in the Hannoversche Allgemeine newspaper, see (29.06.2018). 6 This is a shift in media practices especially linked to social movements that takes place in the realm of a paradigmatic change within the distribution of information and news (see Richter 2013, Dencik/Leistert 2015, Pickard/Gubonin 2017, Lünenborg

Sul. Back in Brasilia, high school and college students met with representatives of social movements and indigenous leaders of several states. During these meetings, many expressed support for these marginalized communities by painting their faces. Outside Brazil, there were a number of protests in defense of the Guarani-Kaiowás of Mato Grosso do Sul, in major cities such as Washington, New York, Paris, and Berlin. B Fig. 9: “Genocide Guarani Kaiowá,” digital flyer disseminated on social media.22 esides marching in the streets, organizing forums, and signing

social movements and revolutionary actions in the Middle Eastern context, from both a historical and contemporary perspective. Based on the assumption that bodies always exist in relation and in exposure to each other, I have argued that our individual and collective capacity to participate and interfere in society and politics is bound to bodies and to movement, and that agency, consequently, must be theorized as an embodied concept. Moreover, I contend that the artistic choices of Abbas and Abou-Rahme, Saleh, and Dictaphone Group are, to some degree, also

Era, relation- CONTRIBUTORS | 289 ships between dance and ›other‹ media, temporality, historicity and politicality of performance. Recent publications include: Media Practices, Social Movements, and Performativity (ed., with Margreth Lünenborg and Christoph Raetzsch), Abingdon: Routledge 2018; »Choreography as a Medium of Protest«, Dance Research Journal 48(3) 2016; On Leftovers (ed., with Richard Gough), Performance Research 22(8) 2018; Performing Arts in Transition. Moving Between Media (ed., with Maria Katharina Schmidt and Cornelia Schmitz), Abingdon