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2016

Thursday 15 December

”Resistance studies as an academic pursuit”
Mikael Baaz, University of Gothenburg,Mona Lilja, Karlstad University,and Stellan Vinthagen, University of Gothenburg.
Contact: hakan.thorn@gu.se (CSM) and stellan.vinthagen@gu.se (RESIST)
http://www.socav.gu.se/english/research/civil-society-and-social-movement--research/csm/research/csm/

 

Wednesday 30 November

Book seminar:
”The May Day Ritual in Western Europe: Past, Present and Future” (edited by Abby Peterson and Herbert Reiter)
Discussant: Göran Therborn, Cambridge University.
The seminar is followed by a reception in the lunch room.



Wednesday 2 November

(with Allmänna seminariet)
“The Missing Revolution? International Relations and Domestic Politics in Bahrain”
Daniel Ritter, Stockholm University.



Thursday 13 October

”Resistance in the post-political city: Movements for democracy in Berlin and New York City”
David Scheller, University of Giessen.



Thursday 29 September

(with Crimonology research group)

“State, police power and social unrest: thoughts on dialogue policing”
Kivanc Atak, Stockholm University.



Wednesday 14 September

(with Allmänna seminariet and Sociology of Emotions)

Please note room: Lilla Skansen (B340)
“Injustice and consensus, social inequality and the lack of protest”
Sylvia Terpe, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle.
The seminar will be followed by a reception.



Thursday 16 June

Book launch:
“Urban Uprisings: Challenging Neoliberal Urbanism in Europe”
Presented by the editors Margit Mayer, Freie Universität, Berlin, Catharina Thörn and Håkan Thörn, University of Gothenburg
Discussant: Paul Gilroy, Kings College, UK
The seminar will be held in conference room Pilen (K 308) and is followed by a reception in the lunch room.


 

Thursday 14 April

“Austerity without End:
Assembling the Structures for a Social Dystopia in the U.S”
Rick Fantasia, Smith College, US


 

Thursday 28 April

“The Two-Dimensional Structure of Political Opportunities”
Joost de Moor, Antwerpen University


 

Tuesday 3 May

“The Radical Flank Dilemma: Contradictory Effects of the Militant Underground’s Participation in the International SHAC campaign”
Rune Ellefsen, Oslo University


 

Thursday 7 April

“The Co-evolution of Social Movements: From Niches to Collective Uprising.
The Case of APPO in Oaxaca, Mexico”
Anton Törnberg, University of Gothenburg


 

Thursday 17 March

“Crowding-In:
How Indian Civil Society Organizations Began Mobilizing around Climate Change”
Pradip Swarnakar, Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, India
and Tuomas Ylä-Anttila, University of Helsinki


 

Thursday 3 March

”Social Movements as a Radical Political Space: The Case of Polish Tenants’ Movement”
Katarzyna Jezierska, University of Gothenburg and Dominika Polanska, Uppsala University


 

Thursday 25 February

“The Student’s Two Bodies:
Anatomy of ”Political Becoming” in the Montenegrin Student Protests of 2010–2011”
Bojan Baca, York University, Canada, and University of Gothenburg


 

Thursday 11 February

“A Theory of Nonviolent Action - How Civil Resistance Works”
Stellan Vinthagen, University of Massachusetts Amherst, US


 

Thursday 21 January

“Protest trends in Sweden since the early 1980s”
Katrin Uba, Uppsala University

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