SISP SG – Movimenti e Partecipazione… GOING DIGITAL!

Unfortunately, the annual conference has been postponed.
The Standing Group Movimenti Sociali e Partecipazione Politica is relocating its panels online, in the form of webinars and roundtables. Although we regret that we will not see each other face to face, we look forward to a vibrant and robust intellectual exchange that we consider all the more relevant in our current crisis.

 

Calendar

PDF of the program here
  • PNL1_September 2nd, h10-12

“The politicization of gender in populist times”
Panel Chair: Emiliana de Blasio, Francesca Feo, Manuela Caiani

Katinka Linnamäki (University of Helsinki), The Covid-19 masculinity in Hungary
Discussant: Emiliana de Blasio (LUISS Guido Carli)

Justyna Kajta (University of Wroclaw),Calling for conservative wave of emancipation? Female discourses in Polish radical nationalist movement
Discussant: Manuela Caiani (SNS)

Eszter Kováts (University ELTE Budapest & Humboldt University Berlin), Only I! know my gender – Individualist approaches to gender and the right-wing opposition
Discussant: Francesca Feo (SNS)

Petra Guasti (Goethe University) and Lenka Buštíková (Arizona State University), Macho Martyrs: Backlash against Gender equality in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Discussant: Emiliana de Blasio (LUISS Guido Carli)

[more info here]

  • PNL2_September 3rd, H 9-11.15/ 12-2.15

“Religion, Anti-Gender Mobilization and Radical Right Populism”
Panel Chair: Manuela Caiani, Ivan Tranfic

Panel A – Religion and Anti-Gender Movements
Anja Hennig (European University Viadrina), Uniting the Religious and the Political Right: Political Genderphobia in Polarized Poland
Discussant: Eszter Kováts (Eötvös Loránd University Budapest)

Janaína Rocha (University of Malta), Anti-Gender Mobilization: Christian Conservatism and a Project of Society
Discussant: Isobel Squire (Malmö University)

José Barrera Blanco (Complutense University of Madrid), LGBTQ Religious Responses to Anti-Gender Conservatism: the Case of an ‗Ecumenical Rainbow Community‘ in Madrid
Discussant: Ivan Tranfić (Scuola Normale Superiore)

Danica Igrutinović (Singidunum University), Gender Troubles of the Serbian Orthodox Church
Discussant: Ivan Tranfić (Scuola Normale Superiore)

Sarah-Jane Page and Pam Lowe (Aston University), Anti-abortion Activism, “Buffer Zones” and Feminist Counter-demonstrations: Understanding the Contemporary Dynamics of Activism around Abortion in the UK
Discussant: Anna Lavizzari (Scuola Normale Superiore)

 

Panel B – Anti-Gender Movements and Radical Right Populism
Malte Breiding Hansen (Lund University), Between Two Ills: Homonationalism, Anti-Gender Campaigns and the Case of Denmark
Discussant: Ivan Tranfić (Scuola Normale Superiore)

Maja Gergorić (University of Zagreb), The Anti-Gender Movement in Strategic Interaction: an Analysis of Croatia and Portugal
Discussant: Tanja Vučković Juroš (Université catholique de Louvain)

Maria Ligia Elias and Denise Maria Mantovani (São Paulo University, University of Brasília), “Gender Ideology” in Brazilian 2018 Presidential Elections
Discussant: Manuela Caiani (Scuola Normale Superiore)

Ugo Gaudino (University of Kent), Gender Chauvinism: How the Radical Right Hijacks Women and LGBTQ Rights
Discussant: Eva Svatonova (Aarhus University)

Elżbieta Korolczuk (Södertörn University, Warsaw University), An Opportunistic Synergy: Conceptualizing the Relation Between Populism and Gender
Discussant: Manuela Caiani (Scuola Normale Superiore)

[more info here]

  • PNL3_September 9th, h10-12 (details to follow)

“The Making and Unmaking of Precarity. Transformations of Political  Struggles in Neoliberal Age”
Panel Chair: Laura Giovinazzi, Emiliano Esposito, Nicola Di Mauro

Emiliano Esposito, Deprivation-based squatting as embedded housing choice: material and immaterial dimensions of the pathways of squatters in public housing in Naples, Italy

Marilena Prisco, Indagine sui servizi autoprodotti nel contesto abitativo del rione “Lotto O” a Ponticelli attraverso le biografie degli abitanti

Gianni De Giglio, Il mutualismo conflittuale contro la precarietà e l’assenza di welfare a Bari. Le esperienze di Bread&Roses, VillaRoth e SfruttaZero

Francesco Sticchi, Class as an Event: Mapping Precarity in Contemporary Cinema and Television

[more info here]

  • PNL4_September 10th, h10-12

Il community organizing: aspetti socio-economici e fondamenti ideologici
Chair: Mattia Diletti e Luca Ozzano

Alessandro Coppola, Insorgere o collaborare: il community organising e la governance urbana neo-liberale

Mattia Diletti, “Il Machiavelli dei poveri”. Saul Alinsky e la cultura politica americana

Sara Fenoglio e Luca Ozzano, Comunità religiose e community organizing negli USA e in Europa

Discussant: Giovanni Borgognone

 

  • RT1_September 16th, h16-18

Counter-democratic uses of democracy: religious mobilizations, anti-gender movements and right-wing populist coalitions in the political arena
Roundtable

Elisa Bellè

Fabio Bolzonar

Alberta Giorgi

Luca Ozzano

Massimo Prearo

[more info here]

 

  • RT2_September 17th, h10-12 

Virus e metropoli. Il futuro delle città nell’era post-covid

Roundtable coordinated by Adriano Cirulli and Alessandro Barile

Paolo Berdini (Urbanista)

Niccolò Cuppini (SUPSI- Scuola universitaria professionale della Svizzera italiana)

Costanza Gasparo – Alessio Di Marco – Tommaso Frangioni (Opificio Sociologico)

Antonietta Mazzette (Università di Sassari)

Giovanni Semi (Università di Torino)

[more info here]

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