ISA World Congress

Call for abstracts: XIX ISA World Congress

Aug 16th, 2017 | By and

The XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology (Toronto, July 15-21, 2018) will focus on how scholars, public intellectuals, policy makers, journalists and activists from diverse fields can and do contribute to our understanding of power, violence and justice. In this context, the Research Committee on Social Classes and Social Movements (RC47) participates with 21 panels
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Call for Session Proposals for ISA World Congress 2018

Mar 9th, 2017 | By and

Dear members of ISA47, The deadline for panel proposals at the next world congress of sociology is nearing. Please register your session proposals directly on the ISA website before March 15th (!!). https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/wc2018/rc/cfs.cgi  (Then choose RC47). Proposals should be thematic open call for abstracts (and not closed sessions with invited scholars). These panel proposals will
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ISA-RC 47: New Perspectives for 2014-2018

Dec 16th, 2014 | By and

This intellectual project was presented by the new board at the RC 47 General Assembly at the World Congress of Sociology in July 2014. The second part of the document (Publications & meetings) was updated in November 2014. Table of Contents: I.   Insightful approaches to social movements II.  A democratic, accountable, more decentralized and convivial
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A new board and a new vision

Oct 17th, 2014 | By

Discover the new elected board and the new collaborators of RC47 for the upcoming years: Click here   Discover the new vision for a more democratic, accountable, decentralized and convivial RC47: Click here  



XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology

Jan 23rd, 2013 | By
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Call for Sessions   In the framework of the next XVIII ISA World Congress the focus of RC47 will be on themes of democracy, injustice, equality and the growing role of an actor’s affirmation against systemic forms of oppression. RC47 asks its members to develop sessions on these themes and their linkages with contemporary conflicts
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