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Programma 2010

Le nuove chat
May 20, 2010

E' disponibile il programma degli incontri con l'autore 2010, un'iniziativa gestita in collaborazione con L'università di Urbino. Maggiori dettagli sono disponibili a questo indirizzo.

Online discussion

The question of culture consumption and stratification revisited
Redazione, May 28, 2009

START: 08/05/2009 16:46 END: 08/05/2009 18:37

PARTECIPANTS

 Lizardo Omar

 Torrisi Giovanni

 Siemssen Frederik

 Savini Federico

 Everhart Katherine

 Domenico Sivilli

08/05/2009

Meet Omar Lizardo
Redazione, April 25, 2009

The 8/05/2009 at 17.00 GMT+1, prof. Omar Lizardo (University of Notre Dame, USA) will be discussing on The question of culture consumption and stratification revisited. The essay has been published on Sociologica, 2/2008.

Those interested in participating should contact giovanni.torrisi@uniurb.it

 

Online discussion

Politics in the Public Sphere. The Power of Tiny Publics in Classical Sociology
Redazione, March 23, 2009

SESSION 1 START: 19/02/2009 16:20 END: 19/02/2009 19:05

PARTECIPANTS

Instructors
Fine Gary A.
Segre Sandro

Students
Domenico Sivilli
Everhart Katherine
Treré Emiliano
Savini Federico

Moderator
Torrisi Giovanni

Guests
Freschi Anna Carola
Yuri Kazepov

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Meeting the author / 2009
Redazione, November 26, 2008

In line with the main aims of "Sociologica", Meeting the author wants to establish a closer link between readership and authors, supporting the scholarly debate at both international and national (Italian) level with new technologies.

In 2009, meeting the author foresees three (3) online seminars of 2 hours each with one of the leading authors for each published issue. During this period the participants will be able to ask questions, make comments and discuss the specific essay published in the Journal with the author(s). It is an important opportunity to engage in an international scientific exchange on theoretical and empirical work in the making. During 2009, the following events are foreseen.

 

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