Footprint 16: Volume 9.1Edited by Heidi Sohn, Stavros Kousoulas and Gerhard Bruyns
Footprint 16: Volume 9.1
Commoning as Differentiated Publicness
In the midst of the present global economic crisis, surges of civil unrest and large-scale social urban
movements alike have become prevalent and recurrent phenomena across the world. Although the discontents that fuel these social movements are widely variegated, they nevertheless share one commonality: the partial or complete recognition of a structure of domination, or else a critical
reflection on the crisis of the status quo.