2007 - supplement 15

Articles in this issue

  • Humour and Social Past: An Introduction
    Pages: 1 - 20
  • The Funny Side of Globalization: Humour and Humanity in Zapatista Framing
    Pages: 21 - 34
  • "Cartooning Capitalism": Radical Cartooning and the Making of American Popular Radicalism in the Early Twentieth Century
    Pages: 35 - 58
  • Revolution in a Comic Strip: Gasparazzo and the Identity of Southern Migrants in Turin, 1969-1975
    Pages: 59 - 75
  • Urban Laughter as a "Counter-Public" Sphere in Augsburg: The Case of the City Mayor, Jakob Herbrot (1490/95-1564)
    Pages: 77 - 93
  • "A Little Discource Pro & Con": Levelling Lauhgter and Its Puritan Criticism
    Pages: 95 - 113
  • Humour as a Guerilla Tactic: The West German Student Movement's Mockery of the Establishment
    Pages: 115 - 132
  • Antagonism, Absurdity, and the Avant-Garde: Dismantling Soviet Oppression through the Use of Theatrical Devices by Poland's "Orange" Solidarity Movement
    Pages: 133 - 151
  • "A Laughter That Will Bury You All": Irony as Protest and Language as Struggle in the Italian 1977 Movement
    Pages: 153 - 168
  • Queering Laughter in the Stockholm Pride Parade
    Pages: 169 - 187
  • Bitter Movements and Bursts Soap Bubbles: Irony, Parody, and Satire in the Oral-Literary Tradition of Finnish Working-Class Youth at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
    Pages: 189 - 207
  • Jokes in a Garment Workshop in Hanoi: How Does Humour Foster the Perception of Community in Social Movements?
    Pages: 209 - 223
  • Fighting a Different Enemy: Social Protests against Authority in the Australian Imperial Force during World War I
    Pages: 225 - 241
  • The Role of Humour in the Process of Collective Identity Formation in Autonomous Social Movement Groups in Contemporary Madrid
    Pages: 243 - 258
  • "Doing Something Silly": The Uses of Humour by the Women's Social and Political Union, 1903-1914
    Pages: 259 - 274
  • Humour in Nazi Germany: Resistance and Propaganda? The Popular Desire for an All-Embracing Laughter
    Pages: 275 - 290
  • Humour and Protest: Jokes under Communism
    Pages: 291 - 305