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Activist Citizenship and the LGBT Movement in Serbia explores ways of understanding activist movements through an exploration of the theoretical concept of activist citizenship which draws attention to critical engagements with, and reclamations of, citizenship.
|Publication date:||2nd September 2015|
|Categories:||Gay & Lesbian studies, Cultural studies, Gender studies, gender groups, Political activism,|
Robert Rhodes-Kubiak completed his PhD in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Leeds, UK in 2013. Combining research into human rights discourses and activism, particularly in post-conflict environments, with a professional career as an activist and community development specialist throughout the world, his research has increasingly focused on the interfaces between citizenship and social movements, and attempts to build bridges between activism and academia.More About Robert Rhodes-Kubiak