ACME Volume 20(4) From the Margins Within is now released!

This Themed Section "From the Margins Within" guest edited by Aparna Parikh features a Research Article on industrial camps in BC, a Research Article on microfinance in Cambodia, and an Intervention exploring Black feminist leadership, relationship building, and stewardship in the food justice movement.    Here is the full TOC:

Urban Margins and the Global Intimate Aparna Parikh   Soapboxes and Stealth on Revolution Street Revisiting the Question of ‘Freedom’ in Iran’s Hijab Protests A. Marie Ranjbar   Feminist Lefebvre? Understanding Urbanization Through the Global Intimate Claudia Fonseca Alfaro   Theorizing the City Racialized Minority Youth in India's Global Cities Mabel Denzin Gergan, Sara Smith   Industrial Camps in Northern British Columbia The Politics of ‘Essential’ Work and the Gendered Implications of Man Camps Vanessa Sloan Morgan, Dawn Hoogeveen, Sarah de Leeuw   From Sapphires to Cassava The Politics of Debt in Northwestern Cambodia Sabrina Gyorvary, Vanessa Lamb   Making Spaces Something Like Freedom Black Feminist Praxis In The Re/Imagining Of A Just Food System Ashanté M. Reese, Dara Cooper