http://annafeigenbaum.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/time-cover-battle-of-seattle-150x150.jpgBeware of False Friends: Reflections on TIME’s praise of ‘The Protester’

Beware of False Friends: Reflections on TIME’s praise of ‘The Protester’

Last week Time Magazine announced The Protester as its person of the year. Celebrating individuals fighting for equality and democracy around the world, this year’s most important person followed in…

http://annafeigenbaum.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/zedbooksbiglogo-150x150.gifProtest Camps Hosts Roundtable to Announce its contract with Zed Books

Protest Camps Hosts Roundtable to Announce its contract with Zed Books

Before the Arab Spring, our work on the transnational history of protest camping was generally regarded as “too niche”, or “quirky activist stuff for idealists”. But by April 2011, as…

http://annafeigenbaum.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/occuprint_kickstarter-image-150x150.jpgHow to Draw Capitalism? Iconography and the Occupy Movement

How to Draw Capitalism? Iconography and the Occupy Movement

Last Wednesday the Creative Resistance Research Network hosted the first ‘How to Draw Capitalism‘ workshop at Occupy Finsbury Square. Sat in a circle as the sky drew dark and air…

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Evictions Build Resilience: Lessons from Past Protest Camps

“We have given the women a reasonable amount of time to make their protest, but they are trespassing and they must go.” -Cyril Woodard, Chairman of the Recreation and Amenities…

Protest Camps: A Great British Tradition

Protest Camps: A Great British Tradition

On the steps of St. Pauls Cathedral last Saturday, hunched over a cup of tea, the grumbled disdain of a British protester could be heard, “Here we go again, borrowing…

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Occupy LSX Day Six: Excerpt from a Social Media ‘Scrapbook’

Day Six at Occupy LSX  Brought students from my uni. They were full of questions, the kinds of questions that make you smile and stumble, rambling over words. Where there…

Protest Camps featured by the Canadian Centre for Architecture

Protest Camps featured by the Canadian Centre for Architecture

CCA Says “The Protest Camps project, by Anna Feigenbaum, Fabian Frenzel, and Patrick McCurdy, looks at an increasingly visible typology of struggle in uprisings and social struggles around the world, from Tahrir…

Protest Camps is interviewed in the latest issue of FUSE Magazine

Protest Camps is interviewed in the latest issue of FUSE Magazine

For its special issue on Egypt and the Arab Spring, Fuse editor Gina Badger asked Anna Feigenbaum to share her insights on social media and social change. Drawing on her…

http://annafeigenbaum.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/claudia-pic_occupy-wall-st-150x150.jpgPlace-based Protest: A Theory-Slam on Occupy Wall St

Place-based Protest: A Theory-Slam on Occupy Wall St

This protest is place-based yet does not seek to claim place as property. It enacts a ‘reclamation of space’ yet not in the form of confrontation or taking back. It…