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Antigoni Memou

celebrated triumph and its TINA (‘there is no alternative’) doctrine. The uprising of the Ejército Zapatista Liberación Nacional (The Zapatista Army of National Liberation – EZLN) against the Mexican army and the federal government was a ‘cry of dignity’ and demanded land, food, housing, health, education and work for the communities.24 Their goals were not restricted to local or even parochial problems, but were more universal. Their demands for democracy and their concerns about neoliberalism and its subsequent economic injustices intersected with environmental issues

in Photography and social movements
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Histories, documents, archives
Declan Long

, that there is no alternative to the system’.68 As with the defining description and the essential details of Jewesbury and O’Beirn’s distinctive, difficult historical urban tours, utopian form demands, as Jameson says, ‘meditation on the impossible, on the unrealisable in its own right’.69 Jewesbury and O’Beirn’s historical tour project for Belfast Exposed was conducive to imaginative digression as much as to actual physical wandering. The artists’ small, cheaply printed pamphlets –​disposable, ephemeral things, rather than authoritative-​seeming publications

in Ghost-haunted land