Registering Protest: Voice, Precarity, and Return in Crisis Portugal
History and Anthropology
This article examines the circulation and reception of a song that catalyzed a youth movement and widespread protest in 2011 Portugal. Through a theorization of “register”, it argues for the importance of attending to micro-shifts in aesthetic form, engagement, and response, to understanding macro-shifts in public and political feeling.
Gray, Lila Ellen. "Registering Protest: Voice, Precarity, and Return in Crisis Portugal." History and Anthropology 27, no. 1 (2016): 60-73.
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