How Civic Action Works: Fighting for Housing in Los Angeles

Paul Lictherman (University of Southern California)

  • Data: 24 febbraio 2021 dalle 18:00 alle 19:00

  • Luogo: On line -piattaforma Zoom

  • Modalità d'accesso: Ingresso libero

A book talk by Paul Lichterman author of "Contesting Austerity and Free Trade in the EU Protest Diffusion in Complex Media and Political Arenas" (Pricenton University Press 2020)  

  • Discussants: Kathleen Blee (University of Pittsburgh), Benedikte Brincker (University of Copenhagen), Liv Egholm (Copenhagen Business School), Hjalmar Alexander Bang Carlsen (University of Copenhagen)  

  • Morerator: Nicole Doerr, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Copenhagen, Director of CoMMonS, Department of Sociology  

  • Host: Alice Mattoni, Associate Professor of Sociology, Bologna University, Department of Political and Social Sciences

This talk is part of the CoMMonS Book Talk Series.   

The CoMMonS Book Talks Series is convened by Nicole Doerr (University of Copenhagen) and Alice Mattoni (University of Bologna). It presents ground-breaking books published on social movements, collective actions, and critical thinking about contentious politics. During book talks, authors will engage in a conversation with a small panel of discussants, including academics, activists, and practitioners working in the civil society sector.    

The CoMMonS Book Talks Series aims at supporting the creation of constructive debates on the most urgent social, political, and economic problems of our times. It is developing a shared knowledge of how people respond to ongoing dynamics of change, from the grassroots, across the world.   

Each book talk lasts about 1 hour and it is online, free, and open to everyone.  

The Zoom link for Paul Licterma's book talk on the 24th of February at 6:00 PM (CET) is the following: 

Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 661 0249 6410  

Passcode: 815095 

The CoMMonS Book Talks Series is a collaborative transnational endeavor jointly organized by the Copenhagen Centre for Political Mobilisation and Social Movement Studies, in Denmark, and the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Bologna, in Italy.  

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