1 października 2014

25 Years After Communism: East and West of Europe in Search of Solidarity. 16-18.10.2014 Midterm ESA Conference in Gdansk

Projekt: Joanna Bartkowiak
On October 16-18 we cordially invite you to ESA RN36 Midterm Conference.

16-18 października odbędzie się w Gdańsku konferencja Europejskiego Towarzystwa Socjologicznego poświęcona analizie zmian transformacyjnych po przewrocie solidarnościowym. Wydział Nauk Społecznych Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego oraz Europejskie Centrum Solidarności odwiedzą wybitne osobistości z Polski, krajów Europy i Stanów Zjednoczonych zajmujących się tą ważną problematyką. Zapraszamy do zapoznania się z programem (w rozwinięciu pod plakatem) i czynnego uczestnictwa w tym niecodziennym wydarzeniu.
Inicjatorem i duszą organizacyjną konferencji jest Arek Peisert. Pomaga Zakład Socjologii Ogólnej IFSiD UG

[Program update from October 12, 2014]


THUSRDAY 16 OCTOBER
Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Gdańsk, ul. Bażyńskiego 4, Gdańsk

15.00-15.30 Opening
S 207
Welcome speeches:
Grzegorz Węgrzyn (University of Gdańsk Vice-Rector for Science)
Beata Pastwa-Wojciechowska (Faculty of Social Sciences Dean)
Elena Danilova (ESA RN36 Scientific Committee)
Michał Kaczmarczyk (local organizing committee)
Grażyna Skąpska (President of the Polish Sociological Association – PTS)

15.30-16.10 Key-note speaker
S 207
Susan Pearce
(Department of Sociology, East Carolina University)
Remembering 1989: Constructing Meanings Across the Region

16.10-17.55
Session 1 . THE 25 YEARS PATH OF TRANSFORMATIONS. WHAT IS LEARNT?
S 207
(4 papers)
Chair: Mirosława Grabowska

Zenonas Norkus
(Department of Sociology, Vilnius University)
Two Twenty Years of the (Semi-)Peripheric Capitalist Development: Interwar (1918-1939) and Post-Communist (1989-2009) Eastern Europe in Comparison

Tea Golob & Matej Makarovic
(School of Advanced Social Studies, Slovenia)
What went wrong? A failure of the Slovenian ‘success story’ during the global crisis from the perspective of social systems theory

Saeed Moghadam Saman & Anna Kaderabkova
(Centre for Innovation Studies, University of Economics and Management in Prague)
Implications of welfare regime types in the New Member States of EU for social innovation

Mikołaj Pawlak
(Institute of Social Prevention and Resocialisation University of Warsaw)
From Sociological Vacuum to Horror Vacui. The History of the Mezzo Level Question in Polish Sociology

17.55-18.10. Coffee break (C211-C212)

18.10 -19.55 
SESSION 2:  
CLASS DISTINCTIONS IN THE TRANSFROMATION ERA
C 213-C214
(4 papers + 1 distributed)
Chair: Anna Horolets

18.10 -19.55 
SESSION 3
FACES OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE EEC
S207
(4 papers + 1 distributed)
Chair: Michał Kaczmarczyk
Bartosz Mika
(University of Gdańsk)
Class society or risk society?

Dominika Polańska & Grzegorz Piotrowski
(Södertörn University, Sweden)

Reversing previous views of post-socialist civil society by studying the rising field of urban social movements in Poland


Ken Roberts
(School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Liverpool)
Class formation and distinction: twenty-five years of change in Eastern Europe   
Magdalena Szczepańska
(Kazimierz Wielki University Bydgoszcz)
Homeowner associations and civic engagement: the case of Poland


Maciej Gdula
(University of Warsaw)
Transformations Landmarks

Anisya Khokhlova & Elena Tykanova
(Faculty of Sociology, St. Petersburg State University)
Resource mobilization in urban space contestation: the case of garage wars in post-soviet St. Petersburg

Przemysław Sadura
(University of Warsaw)
Education, Culture and Class Lifestyles. Changing Patterns of Class Conflicts in Contemporary Poland


Marta Marciniak (read by Michał Kaczmarczyk)
(Independent scholar)
“How not to create a new system, or the role of punks and skinheads in the transformation of social and cultural life in Poland since the late 80s”

Sergey Korotayev (distributed paper)
(National Research University “Higher School of Economics”)
The Impact of Culture on the Creativity of Professionals Working in Multicultural Teams in Russia.

Marina Makarova (distributed paper)
(Udmurt State University)
Anticorruption activity of nongovernment organizations in Poland and Russia

20.00 RECEPTION (C211-212)

FRIDAY 17 OCTOBER
Faculty of Social Sciences,  University of Gdańsk, ul. Bażyńskiego

9.15-11.00
SESSION 4 . SYMBOLIC BORDERS IN THE DISCOURSES OF TRANSFORMATIONS
S 207  
Chair: Anna Horolets

Jerzy Kuniewski
(University of Gdańsk)
History repeated or written a new? The events in Ukraine as a prelude to system changes not only in Europe—an attempt at the interpretation of rapid social change.

Klaus Mueller
(AGH University of Science and Technology)

Why the Ukraine Failed


Piotr Wiench
(Faculty of Social Sciences, Warsaw University of Life Sciences)
The transformation of the comprador class

Tomasz Warczok
(The Robert B. Zajonc Institute for Social Sciences The University of Warsaw)
Classifications and rituals. Disciplining the poor in a semi-peripheral post-communist country.

11.00-11.40 Key-note speaker
S 207
Tomasz Zarycki
(University of Warsaw, Institute for Social Studies)
Ideologies of “eastness” as compensatory strategies of Central and Eastern European peripheries

11.40-11.55. Coffee break (corridor)

11.55-14.05
SESSION 5
SOCIAL MOBILITY TRENDS AND BARRIERS
C213-C214
11.55-14.05
SESSION 6
IDEOLOGICAL TENSIONS  AND IDENTITIES
S 207
5 papers
Chair: Krzysztof Stachura
5 papers +1 distributed
Chair; Elena Danilova

Anna Baczko-Dombi & Ilona Wysmułek
(Institute of Philosophy and Sociology Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Sociology University of Warsaw)
What do you need to succeed, Poles? Subjective assessment of the determinants of success in POLPAN data (1988-2013)

Adam Konopka
(University of Gdańsk)
Political backlash in postcommunist Poland – the alliances between nationalist far right and working class 25 years after the decline of communism
Katarzyna Staszyńska
(Kozminski University)
Deprivation of economic needs of the Polish society
and strategies of dealing with deprivation: changes over the period 1980-2011

Andrei Gheorghită & Mircea Comsa
(Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu and Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca)
Party Characteristics and Leader Effects in Post-Communist Polities

Alexi Gugushvili
(Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences)
Economic Liberalisation and Intergenerational
Social Mobility - Exploring the Links
Tadeusz Szawiel
(University of Warsaw)
Dynamics of Change and the Meaning of Left-right
Identifications in Poland 1991-2012


Krzystof Zagórski
( Kozminski University)
Subjective and objective living conditions, perception of social conflicts and attitudes to system of free market democracy – Poland in transition (dynamic analysis)

Anna Kiersztyn
(University of Warsaw)
Solidarity Lost? Low Pay Persistence During 25 Years of the Post-Communist Transition in Poland.

K. Wysieńska, K. Karpiński, M. Di Carlo
(Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences and Albert Shanker Institute, Washington DC, USA)
Testing the self-interest hypothesis of welfare state and egalitarian attitudes in Poland – 1988-2013


Cristina Stănus (distributed paper)
(Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu)
The focus of representation: a comparative analysis of county councillors in Europe
14.05. LUNCH (C211-C212)


15.00-16.45
SESSION 7
15.00-16.45
SESSION 8

INEQUALITY IN VARIOUS DIMENSIONS
S 207
4 papers+ 2 distributed
Chair: Galia Chimiak

SOCIAL BONDS AND CIVIC ACTIVISM
C213-C214
4 papers
Chair; Peeter Vihalemm

Marta Kołczyńska & Joseph Merry
(The Ohio State University)
 Dynamics of Perceptions of Income Inequality: Analysis of the Polish Panel Survey 1988-2013

Kerstin Jacobsson
(University of Gothenburg)
Entrepreneurial Poland? On Civic Privatism in Polish Civil Society
Tomáš Kostelecký, Renata Mikešová, Martin Šimon
(Institute of Sociology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
Transformation of one country or mosaic of territories with different paths of development? The spatial dimension of the post-Communist transformation in Czechia.

Arkadiusz Peisert
(University of Gdańsk)
The civilizing process as a transformation of social bonds. On Norbert Elias idea   

Elena Danilova
(Institute of sociology Russian Academy of Sciences)
‘Winners’ and ‘losers’ as the constructs of the dominant discourse during the transformations

Elżbieta Korolczuk
(University of Gothenburg)
Familial Poland? Re-defining Civic Activism in Polish Parental Movements

Loretta Platts & Christopher Gerry
(King's College London and School of Slavonic
and East European Studies, University College London)
Social inequalities in self-rated health in Ukraine
Katarzyna Jezierska
(Center for European Research & Department of Political Science University of Gothenburg)

Apolitical and non-ideological? Polish civil society without identity



Natalya Korovitsyna (distributed paper)
(Institute of Slavic Studies Russian Academy of Sciences)
Czech Family Transformations and East-European Way of Development



16.45-17.00 Coffee break (C 211-C212)


17.00-18.45
SESSION 9
17.00-18.45
SESSION 10

LABOUR STRATEGIES AND MIGRATION
S 207
RELIGION, STATE,  AND INDIVIDUALS
C 213-C214 
4 papers + 1 distributed paper
Chair:; Anna Kiersztyn

4 papers
Chair:; Tomasz Zarycki
Anna Horolets & Aleksandra Galasińska
(University of Gdańsk and University of Wolverhampton)
Enchanting inequality? Post-2004 Polish migrants to the UK speak of their experience
Yulia Prozorova
(Sociological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences)
Unseparated State and Church: Interrelated Political and Orthodox Church Discourses and Ideology Formation in Contemporary Russia

Liga Rasnaca
(University of Latvia)
Unanticipated consequences of post-communist transformation in rural labour market: Latvian case

Mirosława Grabowska
(University of Warsaw)
Religiosity in times of social change – the case of Poland.

Jury M. Plusnin
(National Research University – Higher School of Economics)
”Wandering Workers” as a New Force for Solidarity: Russia’s Case

Marharyta Fabrykant & Vladimir Magun
(Higher School of Economics and Institute of Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences)
Normative and rational dimensions of national pride in comparative perspective

Galia Chimiak
(Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Between Westernization and Reversed Innovation. Reforms in Poland after 1989.

Iza Desperak
(University of Łodź)
From solidarity to privatized individuality. Welcome to New Precarious World

Anna Odrowąż-Coates,  Mariusz Korczyński, Michał Kwiatkowski (distributed paper)
(Academy of Special Education)
The advantages and drawbacks of Polish migration post EU accession. Diversity, social trust and the learning curve


Marekss Niklass & Liga Rasnaca (distributed paper)
(University of Latvia)
Social inequality in post-communist labour market relations: Baltic Sea region


19.30 CONFERENCE DINNER
Lobster Restaurant (http://www.restauracjalobster.pl/)
(500 meters from conference venue, next to the Olivia Hall – the place of historical 1st “Solidarity” Cross-Country Meeting in 1980)


SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER
European Solidarity Centre,  Solidarności Square 1, Gdańsk (former Gdańska Shipyard)

09.45-12.00
SESSION 11 . REFLECTIONS ON SOLIDARITY HERITAGE IN POLAND
5 papers
Chair: Elena Danilova

Jacek Kołtan
(European Solidarity Centre)
From Alienation to Trust. The ethics of solidarity

Adam Mielczarek
(Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University)
Solidarity’s Difficult Legacy

Agnieszka Kolasa-Nowak
(Institute of Sociology, Marie Curie-Sklodowska University)
Heritage and burden in 25 years of post-communism. Polish perspective on past and present

Władysław Adamski
(Kozminski University)
Group interest vs. privatization in the processes of systemic transformation: Poland in the years 1980-2011

Elżbieta Ciżewska
(University of Warsaw)
Politics of Anti-politics and a Liberal Democracy

12.00-12.15 Coffee break

12.15-13.00. Key note speaker:
Hella Dietz
(Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Rethinking 1989. A narrative and its consequences for sociological analysis

13.00-13.45
The meeting with former Solidarity activist Zbigniew Bujak and former Maydan activists from Ukraine

14.00. Guided Tour of the Main ECS Exhibition
The end of the conference is estimated about 15.30




1 komentarz:

  1. Gratulacje dla Arka za ogarnięcie tak skomplikowanej konferencji!

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