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2018

Thursday 6 December

The anatomy of repression:
A multi-dimensional Typology
Jan Jämte, Örebro University


Thursday 22 November

”When did the Movement of the Haitian Revolution Begin? On the Temporality of Collective Action”
Carl Wilén, University of Gothenburg
Discussant: Abby Peterson


Thursday 8 November

Economic Crisis and Mass Protest: The case of Iceland
Jón Gunnar Bernburg, University of Iceland.


Thursday 18 October

Please note time and place:
10-16, Frölunda Kulturhus
Culture in Urban Revolt
Mustafa Dikeç, Université Paris-Est and Malmö University, Margit Mayer, Humboldt University, Håkan Thörn, University of Gotehnburg & urban activists from Gothenburg


Wednesday 17 October (with Allmänna seminariet)

Social Movements from Fordism to Neoliberalism. Perspectives from Regulation Theory
Margit Mayer, Humboldt University, Berlin


Thursday 6 September

Configurational approach to the interaction between social movements and institutionalized politics
Mari Kuukkanen, Södertörn University


Thursday 24 May (with Mergu):
Please note room: Stora Skansen, Sprängkullsgatan 19, Department of Political Science.
Nationalism, Populism, and Radical Right Politics in Europe (and Beyond)
Jens Rydgren, Stockholm University


Thursday 17 May
The Making of Resistance: Brazil's Landless Movement and Narrative Enactment
Markus Lundström, Stockholm University


Wednesday 9 May
Please note room and time: Stora Skansen, Sprängkullsgatan 19, 18-20
The Ambiguities of Progressive Populism: The Case of Podemos
Patrick Baert and Göran Therborn, Cambridge University, Gabriella Elgenius, Karolina Enquist Källgren and Håkan Thörn, University of Gothenburg. Moderator: Carl Wilén, University of Gothenburg.


Tuesday 8 May
Please note room and time: Litteraturhuset, Heurlins plats 1, 18.30-21.30
Protest 1968-2018
19.00 1968: Revolutionens rytmer: Håkan Thörn and Martin Aagård, journalist, Stockholm
20.00 Contemporary protest in the U.S. and the legacy of 68: Don Mitchell, Uppsala University and Catharina Thörn


Thursday 26 april
Solidarity in diversity. Activism as a pathway of migrant emplacement in Malmö
Christina Hansen, Global Political Studies, Malmö University


Wednesday 11 April
"Coloniality of Power” in East Central Europe: External Penetration as Internal Force in Post-Socialist Hungarian Politics.
Agnes Gagyi, University of Gothenburg


Thursday 22 March:
The unintended consequences of escalated protest policing: Tracing trajectories of interrelated effects.
Rune Ellefsen, Oslo University (and guest researcher at CSM/RESIST Spring 2018)


Wednesday 4 April (with Allmänna)
Book seminar: Urban Rage: The Revolt of the Excluded
Mustafa Dikeç, Université Paris-Est and Malmö University,
Discussant: Catharina Thörn, University of Gothenburg


Thursday 18 January (2018)

Den globala konflikten och lokalsamhället: Utresandet av svenskar till Islamiska staten och andra väpnade rörelser i Syrien och Irak
Sara Johansson, Örebro University


Wednesday 21 February (with Allmänna, Emogu and Mergu):
Welcome to Sweden and Germany: Emotions and Civic Organizing During the “Refugee Crisis”
Jochen Kleres, Scuola Normale Superiore, Florens


Thursday 22 November

”When did the Movement of the Haitian Revolution Begin? On the Temporality of Collective Action”
Carl Wilén, University of Gothenburg
Discussant: Abby Peterson

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