The International Solidarity Action Research Network (ISARN) brings together scholars, activists and cultural workers to explore the nature of solidarity in movements for decolonization and political, social and economic justice.

ISARN includes researchers studying the sites and documents of international movements throughout history, and the techniques and functions of cultural activism. Participants use a variety of methods to explore the theoretical problems and ethical challenges involved in South-South as well as North-South solidarity, and to reflect on our responsibility as critics and participants in international solidarity movements.

Anna Bernard, King’s College-London
Jessica Stites Mor, University of British Columbia
Anthony Alessandrini, City University of New York

Elliott Liu, City University of New York
Chinonye Alma Otuonye, City University of New York

Research Affiliates:
Sophie Chamas, SOAS University of London
Ayça Çubukçu, London School of Economics and Political Science
Geneviève Dorais, Université du Québec à Montréal
Dina El-Sharnouby, Freie Universität Berlin
Libby Garland, City University of New York
Michele Hardesty, Hampshire College
Ianna Hawkins Owen, Boston University
Alys Moody, Bard College
Fernando Camacho Padilla, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Tiana Reid, York University
Julie-Françoise Tolliver, University of Oklahoma
Molly Todd, Montana State University
Gary Wilder, City University of New York
Veronika Zablotsky, Freie Universität Berlin

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