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Multidisciplinary Workshops by Max Weber Fellows

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All Fellows have an opportunity to organize a day or half-day workshop or mini-conference involving other Fellows, possibly one or two external speakers, and often a number of EUI Faculty and researchers as well. Ideally, workshops should involve Fellows from more than one discipline.

The deadline for proposals is in November. 

Please check the deadlines at a glance for the current year.

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming workshop


29 April 2019, 9:00-17:00
30 April 2019, 9:30-12:00

Rethinking methodological approaches to Islamic movements
Badia, Emeroteca

 

Organizers: Margot Dazey (SPS), Mathilde Zederman (RSC)

 

Abstract

The Arab revolutions of 2011 have strikingly reconfigured Islamic movements’ mobilisations. Their electoral successes in some countries, their renewed participation in institutional politics, their deployment as social movements in other contexts, and finally the resurgent state repression in Egypt and elsewhere, have all reshaped the organisational and ideological identities of these movements. Islamism has undergone both (out-ward) pluralisation and (in-ward) fragmentation, with new lines of division arising between competing factions. Internal debates have grown in intensity, over issues of political programs, social outreach and self-labelling strategies (“Muslim democrat”, “Islamist”, “Salafi”, etc). Tactical choices have been vividly discussed both at the grassroots and leadership levels of the movements, and new, unexpected behaviours have been adopted in the face of disrupted states. Considering these transformations, this workshop aims at updating the paradigms, method designs and data collection procedures used for investigating Islamic movements and capturing their evolving role in the politics of North Africa and the Middle East. Such endeavour will be carried out in the course of three panels, each of them tackling a core methodological challenge.

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List of MW events by Max Weber Fellows for the academic year 2018-2019


  • Rethinking methodological approaches to Islamic movements

Organizers: Margot Dazey (SPS), Rémi Dewière (HEC), Mathilde Zederman (RSC)

Date: 29-30 April 2019, Emeroteca

  •  Non-Majoritarian Institutions under Political Pressure (side event at the EUI State of the Union 2019)

Organizers: Bernardo Rangoni (LAW), Anna Tzanaki (LAW)

Date: 2 May 2019,14:45-16:15, Seminar Room 2; 3 May, 9:30-18:00, Sala del Capitolo

  • State-building in Non-democratic Societies

Organizers: Per Andersson (SPS), Rémi Dewière (HEC), Benoît Maréchaux (HEC), Corina Mavrodin (HEC), Andrea Papadia (RSC), Christopher Roberts (LAW)

Date: 6 May 2019, Theatre

  • Effectiveness in early childhood education

Organizers:Tatyana Zhuravleva (ECO)

Date: 9-10 May 2019, Emeroteca

  • European transnationalism between successes and shortcomings: Threats, strategies and actors under the microscope

Organizers: Silvia D’Amato (RSC), Athina Sachoulidou (LAW)

Date: 17 May 2019, Emeroteca

  • Institutional Complexity in Global Governance

Organizers: Oliver Westerwinter (RSC), Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni (Jean Monnet Fellow)

Date: 28 May 2019, Villa Schifanoia, Sala Triaria 

  • Fixing the moves? Maps, State and Mobility in Social Sciences

Organizers: Rémi Dewière (HEC), Igor Rogelja (SPS), Pascale Siegrist (HEC)

Date: 30-31 May 2019, Seminar Room 4

  • Roots of human altruism and of others forms of pro-social behavior

Organizers: Pascale Siegrist (HEC), Tatyana Zhuravleva (ECO)

Date: 7 June 2019, Emeroteca

 

Go to the past abstracts of the MW Fellows workshops 2011-2017

 

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