Resonance: A Sociology of the Relationship to the World - A Symposium with Hartmut Rosa- Friday, March 8th 2019, Dublin
Prof. Dr Hartmut Rosa is Professor of Sociology at the Institute for Sociology, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena. He is a leading figure in the present generation of critical theory at the Institute for Social Research, Frankfurt, the world-renowned “Frankfurt School.” Grounded in classical & contemporary sociology, working in the best traditions of interdisciplinary social & political thought, in a series of important books, published in several languages, the most well-known of which are Social Acceleration: a New Theory of Modernity, and Resonance: a Sociology of the Relationship to the World, Hartmut Rosa provides us with a deep & comprehensive sociological diagnostics of the malaises of latemodern society in terms of acceleration and its social, economic, political, cultural, and existential ramifications; followed by a sociological therapeutics addressed to the dysrhythmia and cacophony so characteristic of our present age
Conference, Economy & the Possible: Alternative, Missed and Reified Futures in Contemporary Society (Poland)
Economy & the Possible: Alternative, Missed and Reified Futures in Contemporary Society, to be held 20-21 May 2019 in Warsaw (Poland).
The event is the 3rd of the series of meetings on new economic sociology, which are organized within the framework of Polish Sociological Association, Polish Academy of Sciences and University of Warsaw.
Gary Herrigel (Department of Political Science,University of Chicago) and Marcin Serafin (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences; Max Planck Partner Group for the Sociology of Economic Life) accepted invitations to give keynote speech during the conference.
More information is available here http://economy-and-society.uw.edu.pl/
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European Popular Culture Association Conference (EUPOP) 2019, Limerick: Call for Papers (28 Feb deadline)
European Popular Culture Association Conference (EUPOP) will be held at Mary Immaculate College in July 2019.
The CFP can be found below and the conference website is https://eupop2019.wordpress.com/. The conference is very broad and interdisciplinary in scope.
Deadline: 28th February, 2019
The European Sociological Association has just published issue 42 of THE EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGIST, centering on ‘1968 - 50 Years On’. Seven colleagues from the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany and Italy take the time to analyse sociologically the ‘cipher 1968’, as one of the authors puts it.
We also look ahead to August 2019 and the 14th ESA Conference in Manchester, and we remember the late Robert Fine. Read here the full Editorial of TES’s editor Dagmar Danko.
Don't forget to submit your abstract for the 14th ESA Conference, 20-23 August 2019 in Manchester, here:
The Call for Papers for the 14th ESA Conference 2019 is now online! You can find the PDF (94 pages) here: ESA 2019 Call-for-Papers.
You can choose to submit an abstract to either one of the 5 Semi-Plenaries, 37 Research Networks, 33 Joint Sessions, 19 Research Streams or the PhD Summer School. You can find all necessary information in the document as well as here on the ESA website. The deadline for abstract submission is on 1st February 2019.
For more information and all updates on this event visit
You can also follow the ESA on Twitter https://twitter.com/esa_sociology and follow the discussion with #esa2019.
Proposals are invited for 'Leaving in Irish Culture', a conference to be held at Castlecoote House, Co. Roscommon, from 10 to 12 July 2019. Part of the annual Percy French Festival, the conference takes the topic of 'leaving' in Irish culture, politics and history as its theme. Holding such a conference is particularly opportune in 2019, which marks the centenary of the beginning of the Irish War of Independence, the start of the departure of most of Ireland from the United Kingdom; it is also 70 years since Ireland left the Commonwealth in 1949, and 2019 is the year when Northern Ireland leaves the European Union.
Proposals are invited for papers of 20 minutes in length that explore any aspect of the topic of 'leaving' in Irish culture, politics and history. It is intended to publish the conference proceedings in a special issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Irish Studies Review, in 2020.
Abstracts of around 200 words should be sent to the guest editors of the special issue, Dr Brian Griffin (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Professor John Strachan (email@example.com) and by Friday 1 February 2019.