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Due giornate di studio su 'Gender, Justice and Tradition'.
Mid-term Conference of Research Network 33, European Sociological Association Gender, Justice and Tradition
Giovedì 15 novembre 2012, ore 14-18.30 Venerdì 16 novembre 2012, ore 9-18
Dipartimento di Scienze umane Aula 4 Lumsa – Piazza delle Vaschette 101 – Roma
Il convegno è promosso dalla Lumsa in collaborazione con European Sociological Association e Associazione Italiana di Sociologia, sezione teorie sociologiche
Sono previsti gli interventi di: Ursula Apitszch (Goethe University, Frankfurt), Carmen Leccardi (University of Milano-Bicocca), Marie-Thérèse Letablier (CNRS-Université Paris 1), Ute Gerhard (Goethe University, Frankfurt), Vittorio Cotesta (University Rome 3), Maria Carmela Agodi (University of Naples, Federico II), Harriet Silius (Abo Akademy University), Franca Bimbi (University of Padova), Lena Inowlocki (Goethe University, Frankfurt).
In recent years, sociological theory has forged the notion of “multiple modernities”. In different countries and communities, modernity comes with a variety of pluralistic cultural agendas. The RN33 midterm Conference will debate these topics from a theoretical and empirical standpoint. We are interested in understanding if and how women and men actually experience and live traditions; how they perceive themselves and define their social and gender identities as part of secular or religious communities. We want to grasp if, when and how they re-inscribe identities within communities, and when and how they advocate more social justice.