From December 2017, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory has been a partner on a five-year (2016-20121) international project Disobedient Democracy: A Comparative Analysis of Contentious Politics in European Semi-periphery.
Manuela Bojadzijev is professor at the Institute for Sociology and Cultural Organisation, Leuphana University Lüneburg, and is a Member of the Berlin Institute for Integration and Migration Research (BIM) at Humboldt University, Berlin.
This talk deals with linguistic (in)ability: the accent is on rhetoric and the ways of articulating issues of emancipation and misogyny, as well as the ways of transmitting publicly these often burning and emotionally overcharged phenomena. I begin with language and a few elements of rhetoric, but I move quickly on to the voice.
International seminar: RACE, NATION, CLASS: Ambiguous Identities by Etienne Balibar and Emmanuel Wallerstein
The coming year will mark three decades since the publication of Immanuel Wallerstein's and Etienne Balibar's seminal work Race, Nation, Class: Ambiguous Identities. The book, characterized by a specific "dialogical" structure, has become influential in the study of racism and in the interdisciplinary school of cultural studies.
Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory became a member of the national research consortium for European Social Survey in Serbia. European Social Survey (ESS) is methodologically and theoretically the most comprehensive international comparative research, that has been implemented bi-annually since 2002, fulfilling the highest methodological standards of research in the domain of social sciences.