Weaving Transnational Solidarity (Studies in Critical Social Sciences)

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Synopsis: Katherine ODonnell PhD Sociology, Indiana University; Professor, Sociology, Hartwick College. Her recent publications include Weaving Solidarity from Oneonta to Oxchuc in Antipode, 2008 and Pimping Maria from Puebla to Panama: Peasants, Paramilitaries, and Petroleum in North American Dialogue 2004.

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