Join us for this special thematic workshop exploring the status of social theory within Australian sociology. This event is co-hosted by Thesis Eleven Journal and the The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Social Theory Thematic Group. The workshop is a part of the a week of events organised for the TASA 2022 Conference.
28 November 2022, 8:30am – 5:00pm AEDT
In-person at ACU Fitzroy, Melbourne
The workshop is open to anyone who is interested in these issues and questions. We ask you to register for catering/room capacity purposes.
An online workshop on “Living in Crisis” organized by the TASA Social Theory thematic group and Thesis Eleven.
Speakers: Deborah Lupton, Craig Calhoun, Peter Vale and Peter Beilharz
Special Online Workshop
“How can social theory make sense of living in this time of crisis”
Presented by TASA Social Theory Thematic Group in conjunction with Thesis Eleven
Friday 27 November 2020
Activist Movements and Social Theory: Power, Resistance and Protest since 1968
Public Lecture Featuring:
Prof Peter Beilharz (Curtin University)
Prof Nikos Papastergiadis (Research Unit for Public Cultures, University Melbourne)
Dr Theresa Petray (James Cook University)
(Image: Wassily Kandinsky, Composition VII) Culture connects and inspires individuals through shared patterns of meaning, myths, rituals and representations and shapes institutions and histories. It is neither an abstract ideology nor a tangible social structure. It is intimately entwined in the shaping of social life and human action, and simultaneously emerges from them. Cultural sociology…