Articles | Volume 74, issue 2
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-74-153-2019
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-74-153-2019
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03 May 2019
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Producing territory: territorial organizing of movements in Buenos Aires

Liz Mason-Deese, Victoria Habermehl, and Nick Clare

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This paper analyzes the territorial organizing of two social movements in Greater Buenos Aires, showing how urban struggles produce territory as a key element of their political practice and foreground an alternative to state-centric models of territorial politics. First, unemployed workers’ movements show how the territorial organization of production and reproduction create new social relations, and that an assembly-based solidarity economy market emphasizes the relationality of territory.