CfP Giornata di Studio “Democrazia, sfide e opportunità in tempi di crisi”

[ENG below] Lo Standing Group “Movimenti Sociali e Partecipazione Politica” della SISP, insieme a Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa e il Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche dell’Università di Pisa, organizza la sua prima Giornata di studi su “Democrazia, sfide e opportunità in tempi di crisi: dai movimenti per la difesa dell’ambiente…

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CfP: “Weaving the Transnational Anti-Gender Network Identities, Practices, Relations”

Faculty of Political and Social Sciences, Scuola Normale Superiore Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, 30 – 31 May 2022 Organizers: Manuela Caiani, Ivan Tranfić (SNS) Keynote lectures: Olivier Fillieule (University of Lausanne), Mieke Verloo (Radboud University), David Paternotte (Université libre de Bruxelles) Scientific Committee: Agnieszka Graff (University of Warsaw), Elżbieta Korolczuk (Södertörn…

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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…

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CfP: “The politicization of gender in populist times”

*This year the SISP conference will not take place as planned due to the covid-19 emergency. Therefore, this CfP is an initiative of the SISP Section “Political Participation and Social Movements” and the related Standing Group.   Section_Participation and Social Movements Panel_ The politicization of gender in populist times Panel Chair: Emiliana…

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CfP_PaCo – “The value of the city. Rent extraction, housing and conflicts for the use of urban space”

PARTECIPAZIONE E CONFLITTO, issue 1/bis, 2021 “The value of the city. Rent extraction, housing and conflicts for the use of urban space”. Guest Editors: Sonia Arbaci, University College London Massimo Bricocoli, Politecnico di Milano Angelo Salento, Università del Salento Giovanni Semi, Università di Torino This special issue aims to give…

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