May 28th 2019

     

Time

Event

Location

8.00

Registration

 
     

8.45

Welcome by Anders Sevelsted and Jonas Toubøl

Ks48 

     

9.00

Keynote by Doug McAdam, Stanford University: Predispositions vs. Social Ties in the Study of Movement Recruitment

Ks48 

     

10.00

Coffee break

 
     

10.15

Session 1: Institutionalizing moral principles

Ks48 

   

Session 2: Moral foundations of civic action

K143

   

11.45

Lunch

Ks48 

     

12.45

Keynote by Nina Eliasoph, University of Southern California: Typical Puzzles for Civic and Political Action in Empowerment Projects

 
     

13.45

Panel 1: Reclaiming the Future: Conceptualizing a New Generation of Social Movements. Organized by Lara Monticelli and Nicole Doerr

Ks48 

   

Panel 2: Democratic Republicanism as a Language of Collective Commitment. Organized by Andreas Møller Mulvad

K143

   

15.15

Coffee break

 
     

15.45

Session 3: The impact of morality on activism

Ks48 

   

Session 4: Moral interactions in movements

K143

   

17.15

Keynote by Jeffrey Alexander, Yale University: #MeToo as Societalization

Ks48 

     

18.15

Concluding and practical remarks by Anders Sevelsted and Jonas Toubøl

Ks48 

     

18.30

Buffet and drinks

 
     

 


 

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