SISPconf_2022 – section 4 “Participation and Social Movements”

Next SISP conference is finally approaching! After two years since the last time, we will meet in presence in Rome, from the 8th to the 10th September, at the University of Rome, La Sapienza. You can find here all the info about the conference site and the program. Here follows the program related to section 4 “Participation and Social Movements”.

THURSDAY, 8th September

h 2.30/4.15 p.m.
  • Panel 4.7 “Social movements and collective actions out of Europe”
    Room T01 – Department of Political Science
    Chairs: Federica Frazzetta, Gianni Piazza, Giuliana Sorci
    Discussant: Gianni Piazza

“A deformed case for social movements: a supra-political (political) party in the era of pandemics” – Halime Safiye Atalay
“Covid-19 and shrinking spaces for mobilization in Algeria. The transformation of the Hirak movement between constraints and new opportunities” – Ester Sigillò
“The enablers of successful civic and political participation in developing countries. Towards a new analytical framework” – Giacomo Salvarani and Jacopo Resti

FRIDAY, 9th September

h 9.00/10.45 a.m.
  • Panel 4.5 “Populism, anti-populism, Pop music and political participation” (session 1)
    Room T01 – Department of Political Sciences
    Chairs: Manuela Caiani, Enrico Padoan
    Discussants: Luca Carrieri, Samuele Mazzolini, Nicolò Pennucci, Benedetta Carlotti

“Playing populism? Popular music as political engagement. The Italian case” – Enrico Padoan and Manuela Caiani
“Extremists or the establishment? How populists talk about populists” – Jacob Schwörer
“Intra-party democracy and ideological change of populist parties” – Sofia Marini
“Le nostre banlieue: le periferie romane tra populismo ed exit” – Luca Alteri, Alessandro Barile and David Tranquilli
“The electoral decline of the valence populist M5S party at the sub-national level (2018-2021)” – James Downes and Nicola Palma

h 11.15 a.m./1.00 p.m.
  • Panel 4.5 “Populism, anti-populism, Pop music and political participation” (session 2)
    Room T01 – Department of Political Sciences
    Chairs: Manuela Caiani, Enrico Padoan
    Discussants: Benedetta Carlotti, Nicolò Pennucci, Luca Carreri, Samuele Mazzolini

“Participation in the lefts-wing populism from Indignados to the institutional challenge of Podemos” – Matteo Giardiello
“Perceptions are everything: individuals’ normative attitude toward inequality and political participation in Europe” – Matthew Loveless
“Populism as a socio-cultural phenomenon: performativity, symbolic power, identification” – Giorgos Venizelos
“Visual politics of Neo-Ottomanism: a critical approach to the idetity representations of Turkishness in a populist era” – Ceren Cetinkaya

SATURDAY, 10th September

h 9.00/10.45 a.m.
    • Panel 4.1 “System change, not climate change! Investigating new ecologist movements between climate change, socio-economic crisis, war and pandemic” (session 1)
      Room 304 – Department of Political Sciences
      Chair: Lorenzo Zamponi
      Discussant: Martìn Portos

“Between materialist and post-materialist approach: investigating the ecologist archipelago between climate change and social justice” – Paola Imperatore and Massimiliano Andretta
“Rich kids of Europe? Social basis and strategic choices in the climate activism of Fridays for Future” – Martìn Portos and Donatella della Porta
“This is the bet: frames, strategies and theories of change in climate justice action” – Lorenzo Zamponi

  • Panel 4.4 “Theory of Power and Bottom-up Mobilization: the Diffusion of the Community Organizing in the Italian Context” (session 1)
    Room T02 – Department of Political Sciences
    Chairs: Mattia Diletti, Luca Ozzano
    Discussant: Giovanni Moro

“Decisioni collettive, bisogni particolari e razzismo: il difficile percorso verso un’inclusione abitativa partecipata?” – Silvia Cittadini
“Il Community Organizing come strumento per la pianificazione del territorio” – Elisa Caruso
“Il lavoro come primo organizzatore di comunità” – Emilce Cuda

  • Panel 4.6 “Social movements and collective action in pandemic time” (session 1)
    Room 303 – Department of Political Sciences
    Chiairs: Federica Frazzetta, Gianni Piazza, Giuliana Sorci
    Discussant: Giuliana Sorci

“The left(overs) of politics: vaccinations, conspirituality and ecology” – Alberta Giorgi and Maria Francesca Murru
“The pandemic lefts between technocracy and imagination: Foucault, Agamben and the challenge tot he notion of government” – Davide Grasso
“The emotional impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on LULU activism in Italy” – Vito Giannini
“From big farms to Big Pharma? ‘New’ lines of conflict among enviromental activism” – Elisa Lello and Niccolò Bertuzzi

h 11.15 a.m./1.00 p.m.
    • Panel 4.1 “System change, not climate change! Investigating new ecologist movements between climate change, socio-economic crisis, war and pandemic” (session 2)
      Room 304 – Departmnet of Political Sciences
      Chair: Massimiliano Andretta
      Discussant: Paola Imperatore

“Decolonializing climate activism and the research on climate activism” – Matteo Spini
“Anti-colonial Enviromentalism in russian Regions: the Litmus test for failed federalism” – Maria Chiara Franceschelli
“Framing climate justice at the youth pre-COP” – Giuseppe Cugnata, Jessical Cuel, Niccolò Bertuzzi, Louisa Parks, Suay Melisa Oezkula

  • Panel 4.4 “Theory of Power and Bottom-up Mobilization: the Diffusion of the Community Organizing in the Italian Context” (session 2)
    Room T02 – Department of Political Sciences
    Chairs: Mattia Diletti, Luca Ozzano
    Discussant: Giovanni Moro

“Le mobilitazioni studentesche in Italia durante il periodo pandemico” – Fabio de Nardis and Angelo Galiano
“L’idea di potere nel Community Organizing contemporaneo” – Luca Ozzano
“Nuove generazioni e la partecipazione politica” – Sara Fenoglio

  • Panel 4.6 “Social movements and collective action in pandemic time” (session 2)
    Room 303 – Department of Political Sciences
    Chiairs: Federica Frazzetta, Gianni Piazza, Giuliana Sorci
    Discussant: Federica Frazzetta

“From Yellow Vest to anti-Green Pass protest: continuity, abeyance and spin-off movement in pandemic time” – Magali della Sudda, Elisabeth Godefroy and Clara Lucas
“Refugee solidarity activism along the Western Balkans Route. Reorganizing solidarity practices in times of pandemic” – Chiara Milan
“The effects of the economic and sanitary crises on Political Engagement” – Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso

h 2.30/4.15 p.m.
  • Panel 4.2 “Collective memory and Social Movements”
    Rooom XIII – Depertment of Political Sciences
    Chairs: Angela Adami, Anastasia Barone, Lorenzo Zamponi
    Discussants: Angela Adami, Lorenzo Zamponi, Anastasia Barone

“Contentious events and political interest: evidence from the ‘social outburst’ in Chile” – Felipe Sànchez
“Female illustrators and Italian Feminist Movements in the 1970s” – Anna di Giusto
“Memory and emotions in collective identity building: the case of GKN mobilization” – Paola Imperatore and Massimiliano Andretta
“Feminist health practices between past and present in Italy” – Anastasia Barone
“Past storylines and present moves: collective memory in migrants movements” – Angela Adami

  • Panel 4.3 “Community Organizing from the US to Europe”
    Room C – Department of Political Sciences
    Chairs: Mattia Diletti, Luca Ozzano
    Discussants: Mattia Diletti, Sara Fenoglio, Luca Ozzano

“Comunity Organizing from the US to Europe: challenges, adaptations, and translations” – Lucca Ozzano and Sara Fenoglio
“Debating Community Organizing” – Mattia Diletti
“From institution to network: the future of organizing in Europe” – Tobias Meier
“Organizing for Change” – Mais Irqsusi

SATURDAY 10th September
h 4.30/17.30 p.m.
STANDING GROUP MEETING
[Room B – Department of Political Sciences]

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