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2019


Thursday 14 November

Climate Migration, Protest, and Political Translation: How Social Movements Prefigure Democratic Futures
Nicole Doerr, University of Copenhagen, and guest researcher at CSM-RESIST


Thursday 28 November

Recycling networks movement: a green deep democracy
Maria Jose Zapata Camos and Patrik Zapata, University of Gothenburg


 

 

Thursday 17 October

I skuggan av apokalypsen: teoretiska perspektiv på miljörörelsens historia. Carl Cassegård and Håkan Thörn, University of Gothenburg Discussant: Göran Sundqvist, University of Gothenburg 


Thursday 12 September

PLEASE NOTE ROOM: D217
Trajectories from nonviolence to violence in Swedish anti-asylum centre protest 2014-2016
Måns Robert Lundstedt, Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence, and guest researcher at CSM-RESIST


190509

From social movement studies to the sociology of political transformation: Learning from struggles in the Platform Economy
Luke Yates, Manchester University


190508
Book launch: Pride Parades and LGBT Movements: Political Participation in an International Comparative Perspective

Abby Peterson (GU), Mattias Wahlström (GU), Magnus Wennerhag (Södertörn University) Discussant: Olivier Fillieule, Director of the Institute of Political and International Studies of the University of Lausanne.


190425

Digital Social Movement Scenes

Philip Creswell, Uppsala University


190411

Narratives, Events, and Practices: Stories of Organizational Change in the Catalan Independence Movement.

Jonas Gunzelmann, Scuola Normale Superiore, Department of Political and Social Sciences


190207

Global Think Tanks: The Case of the World Economic Forum

Adrienne Sörbom, Södertörn University


190221

Displacing politics – Exploring political and anti-political tendencies in the production of international development work by state, civil society and market.

David Scott, Karlstad University


190314
The Missing Movement on Climate Adaptation: A Comparative Study of Non-Mobilization in Four European Cities. First findings and a research agenda.

Joost de Moor, Stockholm University

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