CfP Beyond Repression

CfP Beyond Repression

Dear colleagues,   We are organizing with Julien Talpin a panel at the next General Conference of the ECPR 2022 in the framework of the Section organized by the Standing group, it might be of interest to some members of this group : “Beyond Repression. Social Control of Protest and Participation in Illiberal Times”.   Abstracts, of max 500 words, are expected until February 10th. More details in the joint document –> CfP ECPR Panel Beyond Repression-1 .   Best…

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CfP Workshop Sexuality and Political Participation

CfP Workshop Sexuality and Political Participation

Dear colleagues, We – Stuart Turnbull-Dugarte (Southampton, UK) and Michal Smrek (Uppsala, Sweden), are pleased to announce a call for proposals for an upcoming ECPR Joint Sessions workshop on “Sexuality and political participation: expanding methodological and empirical frontiers”.  We welcome contributions that will significantly improve our understanding of the role sexuality plays as a driver of political participation/preferences, especially in relation to other group identities, like gender, race, social class, place residence or education.  We are also looking for methodological contributions that allow us to validate…

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CfP Workshop Pacifism & Nonviolence

CfP Workshop Pacifism & Nonviolence

A workshop titled Pacifism and Nonviolence: Cultivating a New Research Agenda, with the support of the ECPR Standing Group on Mobilisation and Participation, takes place at the ECPR’s online Joint Sessions between 19 and 22 April: https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/PanelDetails/11336. The process to propose papers is explained on the website. The deadline is 2 February.   Pacifism and Nonviolence: Cultivating a New Research Agenda Despite having long been dismissed as utopian and ineffective, what advocates of pacifism and nonviolence have been recommending turns…

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CfP Critical Margins. Politicizing the Crisis

CfP Critical Margins. Politicizing the Crisis

Dear colleagues, please find attached here a CFP – Critical Margins for a conference on “Critical Margins. Politicizing the Crisis” at University of Trento in June 2022. We are very much looking forward to your submissions. If there are any questions remaining, please get back to me or Joost de Moor (joost.demoor@sciencespo.fr). With best wishes from Vienna, Felix

Call for Papers

Call for Papers

Call for Papers “Societal Conflicts: Collective Action in an Unequal World” Zentrumstage 2022 An international conference by theCenter for Conflict Studies, University of Marburg July 14-16, 2022 Classical conflict theories often understand conflict as a universal feature of society. But there is variation. Over the last decades, in different countries and continents, we have seen a rise of societal conflicts, epitomized in a growing number of street-level collective action. At the same time, economists and social scientists have observed a…

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Call for sections ECPR GC 2022

Call for sections ECPR GC 2022

Dear colleagues, the ECPR’s General Conference 2022 is already in the planning. The call for sections has just been published (https://ecpr.eu/GeneralConference) and the submission deadline is December 8th. If you are planning to submit a section for the conference, if you are raising issues of participation and mobilization, and if you are looking for the Standing Group’s endorsement, please send us a brief note and a short draft of your planned section by November 30th. If there are any questions…

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Call for Proposals – ECPR Joint Sessions Edinburgh

Call for Proposals – ECPR Joint Sessions Edinburgh

Dear colleagues, the ECPR’s Call for Workshops for the upcoming 2022 Joint Sessions in online and open until November 15th: https://ecpr.eu/JointSessions. If you would like to submit a workshop proposal and ask for the standing group’s endorsement, we ask you to approach us until Nov 8th so that we can review the proposals made and get back to you. If you have any questions remaining in the meantime or would like to have feedback regarding your proposal, please do not hesitate…

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CfP Political Participation in CEE

CfP Political Participation in CEE

Call for Papers Political Participation in Central and Eastern Europe During the Pandemic 3-4 November 2020, Sodertorn University Stockholm The COVID-19 pandemic altered the functioning of societies and people’s behavior in many areas of daily life. Political participation is one behavior that faced important challenges due to the social distancing regulations and general restrictions for personal interactions in many countries. In spite of these limitations, the political participation continued during the pandemic: elections were organized, people protested, social movements continued…

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CfP Cluster of Excellence Konstanz

CfP Cluster of Excellence Konstanz

The Cluster of Excellence “The Politics of Inequality”Invites Your Contributions Concerns about growing inequalities play a fundamental role in current debates on technological change, globalization and in particular the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. When and how are inequalities perceived as a problem, and what can governments do to alleviate them? How do perceptions of inequality influence patterns of political participation? To what extent are structural inequalities shaped by policies? The Cluster of Excellence “The Politics of Inequality” aims to…

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Business Meeting at ECPR GC

Business Meeting at ECPR GC

Dear all, we would like to direct your attention to the upcoming ECPR General Conference and the Section 41 on “Mobilizing in a polarized world”, in which we will discuss many movement and participation related papers. Please find the section program attached.  Furthermore, next week, we will have the traditional Standing Group`s Business:  Tuesday 31 August from 15:15 – 16:15 CEST. Please see the link below: Topic: Standing Group Business Meeting Join Zoom Meeting This Meeting and the link are open and…

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