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PANDEMOCRACY Keynote: Anna Kaun - Media distrust and vaccine hesitancy in the context of the covid-19 pandemic crisis

Keynote 4: Anne Kaun (Media and Communication Studies, Södertörn university, Sweden): Media distrust and vaccine hesitancy in the context of the covid-19 pandemic crisis: findings from a…

From  Michael Strange on 16 September, 2021 0  

PANDEMOCRACY Panel 3 - Populism and the pandemic

Panel 3. Populism and the pandemic (16th Sept. 10.15-12.00) Chair: Anders Hellström, GPS, Malmö University Populism and COVID19: How Populist Governments (Mis)Handle the Pandemic Authors:…

From  Michael Strange on 16 September, 2021 0  

PANDEMOCRACY Keynote: Carolyn Hendriks - The Connective Work of Everyday Democratic Repair

Keynote 3 Carolyn Hendriks (Professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy Australian National university) The connective work of everyday democratic repair (Chair: Michael Strange, Malmö…

From  Michael Strange on 16 September, 2021 0  

PANDEMOCRACY Keynote: Jan Nederveen Pieterse - Covid-19 and Governance: Crisis reveals

Keynote 2: Jan Nederveen Pieterse (Professor of Global Studies and Sociology at University of California Santa Barbara US): Covid-19 and Governance: Crisis reveals (Chair: Oscar Hemer)

From  Michael Strange on 15 September, 2021 0  

PANDEMOCRACY Keynote: Thomas Hylland Eriksen - The pandemic as accelerator: Implications of digitalization

Keynote 1: Thomas Hylland Eriksen (Professor of social anthropology, University of Oslo) The pandemic as accelerator: Implications of digitalization, (Chair: Oscar Hemer)

From  Michael Strange on 15 September, 2021 0  

PANDEMOCRACY - Welcome by Rebecka Lettevall

Intro and welcome from Professor Rebecka Lettevall, Dean of the Faculty of Culture and Society

From  Michael Strange on 15 September, 2021 0  

PANDEMOCRACY Panel 2 - The pandemic’s role in reconfiguring power relations

Panel 2: The pandemic’s role in reconfiguring power relations (15th Sept. 13.00-14.30) Chair: Maria Brock, K3, Malmö University A Convivial Turn: Reimagining Democracy and Global…

From  Michael Strange on 15 September, 2021 0  

BLM Transnational Histories

The first session of Convergences and ReImaginings: Situating the Black Lives Matter Movement, which took place Friday, October 2, from 10 am- noon.The theme was Transnational Histories. Our speakers…

From  Erin Cory on 5 October, 2020 0