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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


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 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 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 18 January

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


 

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