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The Locals of Protest

The Locals of Protest

By Shelley E. Rose

Jean Quataert argues transnational methods are “a dynamic analytical tool that simultaneously keeps in focus local contexts and international settings.” (1) In this case, historians find two locals: Cleveland and El Salvador.

This network diagram represents the complexity of the community of practice which formed around these spaces and the continued presence of the four murdered churchwomen at its core.

1. Jean H. Quataert, Advocating Dignity (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010), 7.