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The Centre on Social Movement Studies

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Raffaele Marchetti

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Raffaele Marchetti (Laurea, Rome; PhD, London) is assistant professor in International Relations  at LUISS where he holds a Jean Monnet European Module on   EU’s Engagement with Civil Society  . His research interest concerns global politics and governance, transnational civil society, and democracy. He was scientific coordinator of FP6 project  SHUR. Human Rights in Conflicts: The Role of Civil Society  ; and was Fellow at the EUI, the Italian CNR, and in the Network of Excellent  GARNET. Global Governance, Regionalisation & Regulation.  He was also research contractor for the FP6 project DEMOS. Democracy in Europe and the Mobilization of Society  , and the EUISS  He taught at LSE, American University of Rome, John Cabot University, Universitè de Geneve, and University of Naples L’Orientale. He carried out research at University of Exeter, University of Nottingham, and University of Urbino. In 2005, he received the  Lawrence S. Finkelstein Award  by the International Studies Association-ISA, Section on International Organization  . Among his recent publications:  La politica della globalizzazione  (Mondadori, forth. 2013);  Contemporary Political Agency: Theory and Practice (co-ed. Routledge, 2013),  Global Democracy: Normative and Empirical Perspectives  (co-ed., Cambridge University Press, 2011). His articles appeared, among other journals, in Constellations, Ethics and International Affairs  Global Society, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, International Studies Review, and Review of International Studie  He is currently completing a book on  The Other Side of Global Politics: Goals, Strategies, and Impact of Civil Society Mobilizations  and working on a long-term project on  Constructing Global Legitimacy. The Competition for World Order

 

 

Research interests: global politics, globalization, global governance, transnational civil society, and and democracy

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16/06/2018

Martin Portos wins the Juan J. Linz Prize to the Best thesis in Political Science 2017

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Martin Portos was just awarded with the Juan J. Linz Prize to the Best thesis in Political Science 2017 with his tesis “Voicing outrage, contending with austerity. Mobilization in Spain under the Great Recession”, realized under the supervision of prof. Donatella della Porta.

18/05/2018

Donatella della Porta at the Belleuve Forum in Berlin - May 23, 2018

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On May 23rd, 2018, the Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier talks with Donatella della Porta, Christoph Möllers and David Van Reybrouck about anti-politics, anti-establishment and the dangers of indifference to the political to address the 2018 topic of the Forum "Society without Politics - Testing Liberal Democracies".

08/04/2018

Austeridad, capitalismo y conflicto social. Nuevas tendencias en el estudio de los movimientos sociales - An interview with Donatella della Porta

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An interview with Donatella della Porta realized by COES - Centro de Estudios de Conflicto y Cohesión Social

Publications

Journal Article - 2018

The Passage from Hierarchy to Horizontality: The Self-managed Factory of Vio.Me, Greece

Haris Malamidis
Through fieldwork research conducted in Vio.Me between January and April 2014 and in July 2015, this article examines the self-managed factory of Vio.Me in Greece, one of the most popular examples of these alternative forms of resistance during anti-austerity mobilizations in the country.

Journal Article - 2018

Comparing hybrid media systems in the digital age: A theoretical framework for analysis

Alice Mattoni and Diego Ceccobelli
The relationship between media and politics today is deeply entrenched in the wide use of information and communication technologies to the point that scholars speak about the emergence of hybrid media systems in which older and newer media logics combine. However, it is still unclear how the configuration of hybrid media systems changes across countries today, especially with regard to the interconnection between media and politics. The article develops a theoretical framework to capture such national differences.