How to study transnational social movements

27th Sep 2011 | By | Category: 2011 Gothenburg, Sweden, Conferences, News & Events, Workshops and Seminars

How to study transnational social movements

A networking workshop for social movement researchers

28‐29 September 2011

Campus Haga, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Gothenburg Centre of Globalization and Development (GCGD) and CSM

 (download the program in .pdf)

Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Room “Husaren” (Campus Haga) and “House of Win‐Win” (Tredje Långgatan 13B)

12:00 Registration

13:00 Welcome — Christoph Haug, University of Gothenburg

13:15 Introduction of the workshop theme — Håkan Thörn, University of Gothenburg

13:30 Keynote lecture and discussion
“Alter‐Globalization and global movements: A Tourainian perspective” — Geoffrey Pleyers, University of Louvain

14:30 Coffee/tea break

15:00 Getting to know each other

18:00 Mingle at House of Win‐Win, Tredje Långgatan 13B

19:30 Dinner (also at Win‐Win)

 

Thursday, 29 September 2011

Stora Skansen (B336), Lilla Skansen (B340), Bastionen (B333) for the parallel sessions, and D205/206 for Lunch and the final plenary.

09:00 Parallel presentation sessions (see separate schedule for details)

10:45 Coffee/tea break

11:15 Parallel presentation sessions (see separate schedule for details)

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Keynote lecture and discussion
“How to study transnational social movements: A pluralist methodological perspective” — Donatella della Porta, European University Institute, Florence

15:30 Coffee/tea break

16:00 Reflections and concluding discussion — Chair: Åsa Wettergren, University of Gothenburg

17:00 End of workshop

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