RELIGIOSITY 2013 [ ISA 2012|/public/ISA2012_2FORUM.pdf]
10:15 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
the CPS Executive Board has recently been renewed. Laurence Morel (University of Lille - France) has been elected as chairperson of the IPSA RC06 and ISA RC18 committees. The following are the new members of the Executive Board (in alphabetical order):
- Stéphanie Alenda (Universidad Andrés Bello - Chile)
- Joshua K. Dubrow (Polish Academy - Warsaw)
- Anika Gauja (University of Sidney - Australia)
- Emilie van Haute (Free University of Brussels - Belgium)
- Giedo Jansen (University of Twente - The Netherlands)
- Eswarappa Kasi (National Institute of Rural Development - India)
- Felix G. Lopez (Instituto de Pesquisa Economica Aplicada - Brazil)
- Ferdinand Müller-Rommel (University of Lüneburg - Germany)
Congratulations to all of them!
06:56 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
11:35 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
at the IPSA congress (Montreal, 19-24 July) we will have to select the new CPS chairman. The selection is made by the CPS Executive Board. But before that date we have to complete the procedure for the election of the new members of the Executive Board.
In next weeks (and before the end of May) the CPS members will receive an email with an electronic ballot to cast their preferences.
Please stay tuned -CPS Staff -
12:51 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
The CPS also contributes to the Joint session of RC18 Political Sociology, RC47 Social Classes and Social Movements and RC48 Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Change on Rethinking Democracies: Social Movements and Democratic Processes
16:34 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
je vous prie de trouver ci-dessous la liste des prochains séminaires organisés par le Cevipol et ses partenaires.
Présentation de la revue Gare de l'Est et conférence sur l'Ukraine, avec Annie Daubenton, auteur de "Ukraine : les métamorphoses de l'indépendance", Buchet-Chastel, 2009
Mercredi 02 avril 2014 En coopération avec le CEVIPOL, Evénement conjoint
18h30 à l'Hôtel de Ville de Bruxelles, Grand Place, Bruxelles 1000 A cette occasion, Annie Daubenton, spécialiste de l'Ukraine, présentera ses analyses sur la situation actuelle en Ukraine
ATTENTION : REPORTE EN MAI - PAS DE DATE POUR L'INSTANT.
« Euromaidan and the Perspectives of Thinking about the post-Soviet Ukraine"
Humboldt University, Berlin,
Vendredi 25 avril, de 12h à 14h, salle Rok kan (date reportée)
Séminaire "Acteurs politiques et sociaux en ex URSS"
Lundi 05 mai 2014 - Mardi 06 mai 2014
International conference: “Football fans and their support to national teams" *** Colloque international: «Le supportérisme des équipes nationales de football»
Le colloque aura lieu dans l'ancienne salle du Conseil, située au bâtiment S (2e étage) 44, Avenue Jeanne à 1050 Bruxelles
Programme cliquez sur le lien.
« 'The European radical left and the crisis: a lost world or still a world to win?" *** ***
Jeudi 08 mai 2014 Luke March, Université d'Edinburgh,
« 'The European radical left and the crisis: a lost world or still a world to win?
Salle Rokkan Av.Jeanne, 44 à 1050 Bruxelles S12.227 12h à 14h
The Russian left: escaping the shadow of Stalinism?
Vendredi 09 mai 2014 Luke March,
The Russian left: escaping the shadow of Stalinism?
H 3227, de 14h à 16h
Colloque "Réformer le Brésil"
Jeudi 05 juin 2014 - Vendredi 06 juin 2014 Colloque "Réformer le Brésil"
Un bilan du PT au pouvoir (2003 - 2014)
Plus de précisions sont at tendues et seront annoncées sur le site.
Contact: Frédéric Louault; email@example.com
Organisation FSP, l'Université de São Paulo et Opalc/Sciences Po).
09:26 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
Full Professor of Social Sustainability
WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) is currently inviting applications for the position of a Full Professor of Social Sustainability at the Department of Socioeconomics. Applicants should have an outstanding international reputation in high quality scholarship and conduct research on sustainability transitions/transformations including intragenerational and intergenerational aspects. Applicants should have a background in socioeconomics and a proven ability to work in an interdisciplinary environment and are expected to cultivate an environment of interdisciplinary collaboration. Their work relates to core research and teaching areas of the Department, sustainable social, environmental and economic systems in particular. They have an interest in contributing to the policy debate on social sustainability and actively support the science-society interface. Applicants should have a proven track record of excellent teaching and are expected to take an active role in the University’s self-governance. For details of the position, please see www.wu.ac.at/jobs. Applications must be submitted by April 23, 2014.
09:22 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
CPS has been allowed to present 10 RC "closed" panels to the International Political Science Association will be held in Montréal (July 19-24, 2014).
CPS members and colleagues are invited to propose a closed-panel.
The deadline to submit closed-panels is October 7. Colleagues interested in submitting a closed-panel are invited to send their proposal to Piero Ignazi (firstname.lastname@example.org) by September 30.
Requirement for "closed panels": Title; 250 words abstract; chair; co-chairs; discussants; 4 to 6 paper givers (and their titles)
CPS - staff
08:18 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
CPS has organized 18 panels at next 2014 ISA World Congress (Yokohama, 13-19 July, 2014).
Those who present a paper are kindly invited to submit their own abstract by September 30 (here the link)
CPS - Staff
07:41 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
Report Business Meeting Committee for Political Sociology APSA Meeting, Chicago, Thursday August 29
1. Coordination of APSA Meeting activities
Florence Faucher has stepped down as coordinator of CPS activities at APSA Meetings (APSA Related Groups). The Committee for Political Sociology is grateful for all the coordination work done in the past few years. Emilie van Haute will act as the new coordinator on behalf of CPS at APSA.
2. CPS Panels at ISA Conference
The next ISA Conference will be held in Yokohama on 13-19 July 2014. The CPS organizes 18 panels. All details about the panels are available on http://www.isa-sociology.org/congress2014/rc/rc.php?n=RC18 Deadline for paper submission is September 30, 2013.
3. CPS Panels at IPSA Conference
The next IPSA Conference will be held in Montreal on 19-24 July 2014. The CPS has 10 closed panels secured at the IPSA Conference. Panel organizers have to submit their panel proposals online via the IPSA system before October 7. Piero Ignazi, as chairman, will review the submitted panels.
4. Election of executive board in 2014
The executive committee will be renewed at the next IPSA Meeting in Montreal.
04:55 - By Gianluca Passarelli
12 – 14 September 2013
The SISP Annual Meeting offers the opportunity to explore and discuss core issues, new theoretical and methodological perspectives and recent research results in political science.
The programme includes a plenary event, the Assembly of SISP members and numerous panels, divided in thematic sections, in which participants present and discuss recent research and analyses of high scientific impact and visibility.
The meeting is organized by the Department of Political and Social Sciences and the Interuniversity Research Center on Southern Europe at the University of Florence. The activities will take place in Florence at D6 and D15 buildings – 50127 Florence.
For more information on how to reach the Department, please click here.
For a map of the Novoli Campus, please click here.
For a list of hotels at the discounted conference rate, please click here.
You can find further information on travel, accommodation, administrative procedures by clicking here.
Marked map of the Conference, click here.
Several exhibitions and sale stands of different publishers will be located in the hall of the Department of Political and Social Sciences. A list of the events and publishers is available here.
09:41 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
From July 19-24, 2014, the International Political Science Association will hold its World Congress in Montréal under the theme "Challenges of Contemporary Governance". We invite you to share your research on innovative answers to the questions of citizens, their political, associative and socio-economic representatives and the policy makers who are working constantly to improve the quality of governance.
The website for the 23rd World Congress of Political Science is accepting panel and paper proposals. Please visit the website http://ipsa.org/events/congress/montreal2014/theme for complete details on the congress and its main themes as well as important deadlines and submission guidelines.
The deadline to submit open-panel submissions has been extended to July 11. This deadline applies to all open panel submissions. Please note the difference below for open versus closed panels:
Open panel - Panel does not have any papers and is open to paper submissions once the panel is accepted. Closed panel - Panel includes invited papers (paper authors are already scheduled to present to the panel). Anyone can submit a panel/abstract. You do not need to be a member of IPSA. In order to submit a panel/abstract, however, you must hold an IPSA online account. You will asked to create an IPSA account when you submit a panel/abstract if you do not already have one.
To submit a panel: www.ipsa.org/events/congress/montreal2014/submit-panel To submit an abstract/paper proposal: www.ipsa.org/events/congress/montreal2014/submit-abstractpaper-proposal Don’t miss this great opportunity to present your work to peers, learn from others and meet political scientists from around the world.
19:18 - By Gianluca Passarelli - News
we are already in the process of organizing the Research Sessions of the Committee for Political Sociology at the 2014 ISA World Congress. ISA Secretariat allows us 18 sessions that we can organize autonomously.
There are still some panels open. You are invited to present a proposal by April 4, 2013 to the convenor, Piero Ignazi (email@example.com).
CPS - Staff
07:16 - By Gianluca Passarelli
Dear colleague and friends,
to date, approximately 60 proposals for parallel sessions (workshops) at the 2013 SSA Conference in Bern have been received and are currently being reviewed by the organizing committee. The call for papers for the chosen workshops will be published at the start of 2013.
Submissions for plenary sessions at the SSA 2013 Conference, "Inequality and Integration in the Crisis", will be accepted up to Tuesday, January 15th. Relevant information can be found on the website: www.sgs-kongress2013.unibe.ch