Issue Occupy

Occupy special

published 27 January 2012

In the wake of economic crises, political atomisation and an increase in militarised policing, what does the Occupy movement mean?


Jacinda Woodhead – Editorial

Occupy – Features

Sean Scalmer – ‘The world of all of us’
Occupying history

Elizabeth Humphrys – From Global Justice to Occupy Everywhere
The antecedents to a new movement

Jude McCulloch and David Vakalis – Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
Militarised policing and Occupy Melbourne

Ali Alizadeh – The revolution to come?
Revolutions past and present

Occupy – The view from Europe

Giovanni Tiso – Europe’s Perfect Ruins
The crisis on the continent

The OWS perspective

Manissa McCleave Maharawal and Chris Maisano – ‘We are at the beginning’
Activists in Dialogue about Occupy Wall Street



Jacinda Woodhead

Jacinda Woodhead is a former editor of Overland and current law student.

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