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Here's a link to my new article "On the Ends and Endings of Protest," co-written with Jimena Ortuzar and illustrated with incredible photos of the 2001 FTAA protests by Caspian Kilkelly. This article was written in a fever dream at the height of the pandemic, as I was preparing for the arrival of our second child and Jimena was moving to another continent. It only made it to publication thanks to the thoughtful and patient editorial guidance of Andy Lavender, Julia Peetz, and Becci Curtis. DM me if you'd like to read it but get stuck at the paywall. Abstract The ending of a protest is a crucial yet often overlooked aspect of the dramaturgy of politics. Retrospectively, a movement’s ending is what allows for an evaluation of what it has achieved. In this way, how a movement ends correlates, sometimes obliquely, with its ends. In this paper, we ask how a performance analysis of endings might help us re-evaluate protest and its afterlife. We examine three protest movemen

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