Hacking and social banditry
in Gaza The situation in Gaza is so absurd, for lack of a better word, that a Palestinian student in Algeria who became involved in professional hacking was prosecuted by the Algerian authorities.
Touching on a wide spectrum of themes and time periods, they reflected the breadth of his interests and curiosity: pre-colonial history and politics, social banditry
, the role of women in palace politics, 'feudalism' in Malay society, the Japanese interregnum, post-war Malay nationalism and politics, ethnicity, imperialism, communism, political parties, Malay rulers, nation-building, history and memory, human rights, textbook controversies, and Malaysian historiography.
For example, the famous Jerilderie letter not only mythologises Ned as literate, but also reveals how later films celebrate social banditry
Gaunson's analysis is informed by Eric Hobsbawn's social banditry
thesis, and he utilises a wealth of primary evidence, drawn from the films, media reports, sketches, songs and books.
Under monopoly capitalism, "street" crime bears little resemblance to the social banditry
of Sicilian peasants, of the pastoral nomads of Central Asia, or even of the rural poor in mercantile England.
He also broadened the scope of his interest in the past with books on social banditry
and peasant studies, including Primitive Rebels (1959) and Bandits (1969), based on research visits to the Mediterranean and Latin America.
was an alternative and even a response to the rigid hierarchical world of the elite.
In many ways this book opens up the question of the place of bushranging in nineteenth century New South Wales by addressing it from the perspective of Eric Hobsbawm's concept of social banditry
Referenced by literature, the mass media, and Afro-Brazilian culture, social banditry
emerges in Rio de Janeiro in the figure of the malandro, and in Brazil's arid Northeast in the figure of the cangaceiro.
The concept of social banditry
was introduced by the historian Eric Hobsbawm (1969) in the study of European social history.
We found things out that led us to notions such as the moral economy, social banditry
, the criminalization of custom, agrarian commoning, and the hegemonic function of law, terms and concepts which are still doing their work.
4) Al respecto ver Faco, Rui, Cangaceiros e Fanaticos, Rio de Janeiro, Civilizacao Brasileira, 1965; Lewin, Linda, "The oligarchical limitations of social banditry
in Brazil", Past and Present, num.