- Chair-Elect: Rory McVeigh, University of Notre Dame
- Council Member: Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State University
- Council Member: Joshua Bloom, University of Pittsburgh
- Mentoring Committee: Edward Flores, University of California, Merced
- Workshop Committee: E. Colin Ruggero, Community College of Philadelphia
- Nominations Committee: Amanda Pullum, CSU Monterey Bay
- Publications Committee: Megan E. Brooker, University of Kansas
- Membership, Diversity, and Inclusion: Hajar Yazdiha, University of Southern California
A Call for Papers
Mobilization’s European office is assisting the sponsorship of a conference on Solidarity’s legacy at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland, June 4-5, 2020. Solidarity’s nonviolent challenge to Soviet-style communism was mass-based, strategic, and enduring. It was the key link in the chain of events that ended Europe’s post-war division. We call for papers that analyze Solidarity’s historical, cultural, social, theoretical, and spiritual legacies. Accepted papers will be organized according to three themes: Solidarity’s place in the Cold War, its place in the social sciences, and its ideological heritage. Send abstracts and 100-word bio to the coordinator, Krzysztof.Brzechczyn@ipn.gov.pl by March 31.
Part of the Research Handbooks in Law & Society Series by Edward Elgar Publishing, edited by Austin Sarat and Rosemary Hunter
- Editors: Steve Boutcher (UMass Amherst), Corey Shdaimah (U of Maryland), and Michael Yarbrough (CUNY-John Jay)
- Confirmed contributors: Lynette Chua, Ching-Fang Hsu, Salman Hussain, Filiz Kahramann, Tshepo Madlingozi, Michael McCann, Sindiso Mnisi Weeks, Anne Revillard, Atef Said, Mihaela Serban, Rachel Seoighe, Danish Sheikh, Farrah Tek, Viviane Weitzner
In these unsettled times, the study of law and social movements provides an ideal lens for rethinking fundamental questions about the relationship between law and power. This Handbook takes up that challenge, using this historical moment as an opportunity to frame a new, more global and dynamic phase of law and social movement studies.Read More
Collective Behavior and Social Movements Refereed Roundtables
E. Colin Ruggero, Community College of Philadelphia; email@example.com
Current Scholarship on Activism, Contention, Social Movements
This session seeks scholarship on a broad range of scholarly questions regarding resistance, activism, contentious politics and social movements. Of particular interest are studies that cut across social movement cases to examine broad themes across social movement organizations and sectors.
Catherine Corrigall-Brown, University of British Columbia; firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
The goal of this conference is to facilitate dialogue and debate among scholars and students who are working at the intersection of political economy and social movement studies.
Keynote speaker: Vivek Chibber (New York University), “Movements and the Many Lives of Capitalism”Read More
This list includes the sessions and events sponsored by the Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section at the annual ASA meeting in New York City. It also includes thematic sessions that have a CBSM focus. The CBSM-sponsored events are noted with asterisks. The theme for this year’s conference, “Engaging Social Justice for a Better World,” has much to do with activism, movements, and organizing, so many other sections are offering sessions that may be of interest to CBSM members—there were too many to list here! We encourage you to view the full program at: https://convention2.allacademic.com/one/asa/asa19/Read More
Berghahn Journals is supporting the 2019 reception for the members of the Collective Behavior and Social Movements section of the American Sociological Association. Berghahn publishes Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, a journal dedicated to research on social protest, collective action and contentious politics. Contention’s mission is to bridge scholarly divides and promote knowledge exchange across a diverse audience of scholars in the social sciences and humanities. Editors: Benjamin Abrams, University of Cambridge and Giovanni A. Travaglino, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
If you are a member of the American Sociological Association, you can get full access to Contention through August 31st.
Volume eleven, issue one of Interface, a peer-reviewed online journal produced and refereed by social movement practitioners and engaged movement researchers, is now out. Interface is open-access (free), global and multilingual. The overall aim is to “learn from each other’s struggles”: to develop a dialogue between practitioners and researchers, but also between different social movements, intellectual traditions and national or regional contexts.
Like all issues of Interface, this issue is free and open-access. You can download articles individually or a complete PDF of the issue (4.29 MB). This issue of Interface includes 259 pages and 14 pieces.Read More
The journal Mobilization seeks contributions for a special issue on intersectionality and social movements, guest edited by Zakiya Luna (University of California, Santa Barbara), Sujatha Jesudason (The New School) and Mimi Kim (California State University, Long Beach). Mobilization will publish this issue in 2020.Read More