The new podcast series Crossroads starts with an interview on migration, European policy of externalisation of border control, new surveillance technologies, and financial beneficiaries of border management.
Our first guest in the podcast series Crossroads is Professor Martin Lemberg-Pedersen is an associate professor at the Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS) at the University of Copenhagen and a research fellow in the Horizon 2020 project “Advancing Alternative Migration Governance” (AdMiGov). In his research he focuses on geopolitical and political economic analyses of actors and networks involved in EU border management. In particular, he studies border control technologies, the dynamics of securitization and externalisation of border control and the influence of private industrial actors on EU migration policies and institutions involved in border control. His work combines different disciplinary perspective including political philosophy, sociology, critical geography, postcolonialism, security and border studies.
The videoconference will address the strategic concept of the new US administration after the recent elections and its alternatives. On Monday, January 25, from 19:00, papers will be presented by prof. Lauren Langman and prof. Jerry Harris. This will be followed by a discussion.
Department of Political Sociology at the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences invites you to the international workshop Revisiting Linkages between Citizens and Politicians in Contemporary Europe, with Professor prof. Herbert Kitschelt (George V. Allen Distinguished Professor of International Relations, Duke University, North Carolina, USA) as a keynote speaker.
Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Institute of Sociological Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague, invite you to the webinar from the cycle of Thursday sociology seminars. The presentation of Mukunda Upadhyay (Oxfam India / Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi) will focus on the biggest challenges of wetland governance in contemporary India and provide comparison with similar current issues in the European countries.
Researchers from Chicago and Prague will give contributions at a video-workshopon the local and global meaning of the presidential election in the USA. The videoconference will take place online (ZOOM).
Department of Political Sociology at the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences invites you to an early career research workshop Revisiting Linkages between Citizens and Politicians in Contemporary Europe. The workshop is held online, in English, and registration is free.
The deadline for registration is November 12, 2020. Please see the details here.
18 November 2020, 2–4:30 pm
ZOOM platform (online)
The online workshop will focus on the current topic of sources of food security and their agricultural and social contexts. The topic will be presented as a part of the interdisciplinary cooperation between experimental botany and social sciences.
The Institute of History CAS in cooperation with the Centre of Global Studies at the Institute of Philosophy CAS organizes the international conference focused on “The Belt and Road Initiative: Should the EU and Russia support or refuse the Chinese Global Project?” The conference will take place online (ZOOM).
10–11 November / 18–19 November 2020
Prague / Bratislava
ZOOM platform (online)
The 20th annual conference Philosophy and Social Sciences, which this year will focus on the topic Illusions Of Social Order, takes place on 10-11 November 2020 in Prague and 18-19 November 2020 in Bratislava online.
The conference is organized by our Centre for Global Studies of the Institute of Philosophy of the ASCR together with the Institute of Philosophy of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Political Sciences of the Slovak Academy of Sciences.