Abstract

Abstract:

In the spring and summer of 2012, thousands gathered in the streets of Montreal each night to bang on pots and pans to protest a law intended to subdue striking postsecondary students by stipulating how, when, and where bodies could assemble in public space. Six years later, this article reflects on the choreographic afterlives of the Maple Spring, examining how protestors enact gestural 'movement histories' that connect individuals with broader social bodies of the past, present, and future.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1920-941X
Print ISSN
0315-0836
Pages
pp. 56-61
Launched on MUSE
2018-11-17
Open Access
No
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