Call for Papers: First Mobilization Conference on Social Movements and Protest

Call for Papers

The First Mobilization Conference on Social Movements and Protest:
Nonviolent
Strategies and the State

San Diego, May 5-6, 2017

The conference at San  Diego State University is planned as an informal and friendly gathering to present your current work, discuss it with others, network, and, generally, ponder the new directions in which our field is heading. It is organized by Mobilization: An International Quarterly, and sponsored by the Hansen Foundation for Peace. Plenary sessions will emphasize strategeties, tactics, and nonviolent approaches to social change. Submissions on a range of topics in our field are in- vited for paper sessions. Organizers will attempt to accommodate submissions by assigning accepted papers to thematic sessions and roundtables such as:

  • Strategies of nonviolence
  • Tactical variation and movement outcomes
  • Repertoire innovation in contemporary movements
  • Trends in social movement theory
  • Violent versus nonviolent strategies
  • Contemporary movements and popular protest
  • Social media, digital technologies, and repertoire shift
  • Crossnational and historical analysis
  • And more, depending on submssions

Abstracts are due December 31, 2016. Hotel rooms are available in historic Old Town San Diego, an easy trolley ride to the univeristy and a 10-minute ride to San Diego’s scenic harbor, Seaport Village, and Gas Lamp Quarter. Email inquiries about housing and logistics, and submit your abstracts, to Hank Johnston at Mobilize@rohan.sdsu.edu. A nonrefundable registration fee of $75.00 is payable upon abstract acceptance. Registration includes a Cinco de Mayo reception dinner at an elegant Old Town restaurant, and a 2017 suscription to Mobilization (a
$50.00 value). Completed papers are due April 1, 2017.

Send Abstracts to mobilize@rohan.sdsu.edu

 

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Un comentario sobre “Call for Papers: First Mobilization Conference on Social Movements and Protest
  1. Alicia Eguiluz dice:

    It is great to learn that a bulletin of this kind is available
    to people who are researching and permanently holding discussions on organizations and social movements worldwide. I am most enthusiastic about joining LAOMS and most willing to receive the bulletin on a weekly basis. I am also sending this e-mail to Dr. Javier Aguilar García who presently is organizing the 5th edition of the Institutional Seminar 2016 on Crisis, Power and Social Movements in the Global World, at the Institute of Social Research-UNAM. Best wishes, Ph.D.Sociol. Alicia Eguiluz, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences-UNAM.

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