Movements@Manchester

All I Need by nerissa's ring on flickr (creative commons)For this semester we’re focusing our readings on the relationship between global sociology and social movements. All welcome; no need to sign up in advance. All sessions in 3.040, Arthur Lewis Building, University of Manchester.

2-4 pm, Wed 17th Oct Burawoy, M. (2005). For public sociology. American Sociological Review70(1), 4-28.
2-4 pm, Wed 21st Nov Connell, R., Collyer, F., Maia, J., & Morrell, R. (2017). Toward a global sociology of knowledge: Post-colonial realities and intellectual practices. International Sociology32(1), 21-37.
4-6 pm , Wed 5th Dec Bhambra, G. K. (2010). Sociology after postcolonialism: Provincialized cosmopolitanisms and connected sociologies. In Decolonizing European Sociology: Transdisciplinary Approaches, edited by Rodríguez, E. G., Boatcă, M. & Costa, S., Ashgate, pp. 33-47.
2-4 pm, Wed 23th Jan Santos, B. D. S. (2010). From the postmodern to the postcolonial-and beyond both. In Decolonizing European Sociology: Transdisciplinary Approaches, edited by Rodríguez, E. G., Boatcă, M. & Costa, S., Ashgate, pp. 225-242.

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global sociology, global south, reading group, social movement theories