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The Centre on Social Movement Studies

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Irish Society, History and Culture: 100 Years After 2016

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The conference aims to bring together distinguished scholars and younger researchers from cultural studies, history, literature, linguistics, political science and sociology. In organising this international conference we seek to contribute to the further development of an international network of scholars working on Irish studies and to promote the publication of outputs such as co-edited books or special issues of international journals. For those speakers interested in such a publication, information will be given by the Organizing Committee during the conference.

The conference will feature keynote speeches from internationally-renowned scholars

Prof. Kieran Allan, UCD
Dr. Seán Crosson, NUIG
Dr. Niall Ó Dochartaigh, NUIG
Prof. Peter Shirlow, University of Liverpool
Prof. Jennifer Todd, UCD

LOGISTICS

 Location  Events of the conference will be held at Palazzo Strozzi (Firenze, SNS), Villa Schifanoia (San Domenico, EUI, Firenze), (Piazza San Marco, UNIFI, Firenze) Italia.
 Timing  The program will begin Wednesday, October 12 at 16:00 and conclude at 18:00 on Friday, October 14.
 Registration  Conference check-in will be held at Palazzo Strozzi from 12:00 on Thursday, October 6.
 Meals  A dinner and two lunches will be available during the conference. There will be refreshment breaks between sessions.
 Internet  EUI, SNS and UNIFI offer guests free wireless access.
 Contacts  

For questions about paper submissions, please contact 1916conference@eui.eu

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Dr. Lorenzo Bosi (Istituto di Scienze Umane e Sociali, Scuola Normale Superiore),
lorenzo.bosi@sns.it

Prof. Fiorenzo Fantaccini (Dipartimento di Lingue, Università di Firenze),
ffantaccini@unifi.it

Mr. Dieter Reinisch (Department of History & Civilization, European University Institute),
dieter.reinisch@eui.eu

 

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Book of Abstracts

News

13/12/2017

Call for Paper: Conference “1968-2018, fifty years after: Where is the social movements field going?”

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Taking the 1968 anniversary as a stimulating moment for reflection, this conference seeks to provide space for looking at the implications of that period on social movement research as well as addressing a number of key questions in current social movement research.

04/12/2017

Martin Portos Garcia wins the ISA's Seventh Worldwide Competition for Junior Sociologists

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The International Sociological Association has just announced the list of the winners of the Seventh Worldwide Competition for Junior Sociologists engaged in social research, amongst which Martin Portos Garcia - post-doc fellow at COSMOS

10/11/2017

Call for Application Now Open: Summer School on Youth Political Participation in Times of Inequalities

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We are pleased to announce that the call for applications is now open for the Summer School on Youth Political Participation in Times of Inequalities, sponsored by the Reinventing Democracy in Europe: Youth Doing Politics in Times of Increasing Inequalities project (EURYKA) and the Centre on Social Movement Studies (COSMOS).

Publications

Journal Article - 2017

Repertoires of knowledge practices: Social movements in times of crisis

Donatella della Porta and Elena Pavan
Starting from the assumption that knowledge becomes all the more important for movements in times of crisis, as old structures are challenged and new ones envisaged and proved feasible, the purpose of this paper is to suggest ways to expand the toolkit of social movement studies in order to empirically address knowledge practices as a meaningful part of contemporary progressive activism.

Journal Article - 2017

’Solidarietà sconvenienti’. Reti online di estrema destra contro e per la riforma dell’Europa

Elena Pavan and Manuela Caiani
By focusing on the websites of extreme right organizations in six European countries (Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom) and by making a combined use of digital research tools and social network analysis, we explore how extreme right organizations make a strategic use of ICTs to connect in the online space and the arguments they move forward to criticize and reform current projects of European integration. Our results suggest that ICTs sustain the construction of inconvenient solidarities in heterogeneous ways, supporting different modes of online conversations amongst extreme right websites which, in turn, affect their capacity to propose shared critiques and proposals to reform the European Union.