Vortrag von Andrea Varriale im humangeographischen Promotionskolloquium der CAU und der EUF. In the last few years, Naples has seen a mushrooming of urban social movements and occupations. Most of today's active spaces have started operating in the last five years. Unlike older centri sociali , the more recent "liberated spaces" are typically located in large, monumental buildings in the city centre, and seek to move away from the political sectarianism of their predecessors. Particularly striking - and problematic - is the intensive and continuative cooperation between the activists and the
ICES Lecture In this lecture, Fabio Portela, Clerk at the Brazilian Superior Labour Court and currently guest researcher at the ICES will present how constitutionalism evolved as a cooperation-enhancing structure, stabilizing a novel form of societal organization that stabilized the relationship between psychological, cultural, social and societal ontology in modern society. From this perspective, the European Union could only emerge as an integrated constitutional society by facing the contingency of its own disintegration. Brexit is discussed in this context, as
Dr. Rebecca Webb (Erasmus Scholar from the University of Sussex) has been invited to lead the workshop 'Writing Into Meaning’ - a workshop to explore a writing/writerly space created for social science (doctoral) researchers. For further information please click here.
Flensburger Kolloquiums zur Geschichte und Didaktik der Physik Douglas Allchin (Minneapolis) hält einen Vortrag im Rahmen des Flensburger Kolloquiums zur Geschichte und Didaktik der Physik zum Thema "Social Media and the Nature of Science-in-Society" More and more, people are relying on social media for their scientific information. But is it reliable? The conventional role of gatekeeping in the news media is being challenged. Science con-artists abound. This raises important questions about the role of science communication and the nature of science for consumers and citizens who rely on
" The 21st century is witness to radical transformations in the social dynamics of masculinities among young men in the West. My research has documented these changes in British schools and universities, where the erosion of homophobia has resulted in boys and men having more social freedom to engage in once feminised behaviours. In this presentation, drawing on multiple ethnographic and interview