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By Kit Dobson, Aine McGlynn

Banksy is understood world wide for his politically subversive artistic endeavors, yet he's faraway from the single artist whose creations are infused with the world over proper, activist topics. How else can the humanities aid turn on citizen participation in social justice pursuits? furthermore, what's the function of tradition in a globalizing world?

Transnationalism, Activism, Art is going past Banksy through investigating how the 3 complementary political, social, and cultural phenomena indexed within the name engage within the twenty-first century. well known and rising critics use present idea on cultural construction and politics to light up case reviews of assorted media, together with movie, literature, visible artwork, and function, of their a number of manifestations, from digital dance song to Wikileaks to bestselling poetry collections. by means of addressing how those creative media are used to enact citizen participation in social justice pursuits, the amount makes vital connections among such participation and scholarly examine of globalization and transnationalism.

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