LIVING IN A LIQUID SOCIETY
The 5th International Conference of the Romanian Sociologists Society
14th – 15th September 2018, Timisoara, Romania
West University of Timisoara, Romania (uvt.ro)
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Call for sections
Scholars in the social sciences are invited to submit section proposals aiming to debate such themes within the framework of the 5th International Conference of the Romanian Sociologists Society (RSS) Living in a Liquid Society, hosted by the West University of Timisoara (UVT) between 14th and 15th of September 2018.
- Deadline for submitting section proposals: 24th February 2018
- Announcement of list of accepted sections and call for papers: 28th February 2018
- Deadline for submitting paper proposals: 2nd April 2018
- Announcement of accepted papers: 30th June 2018
- Registration deadline: 31st July 2018
- Conference: 14th – 15th September 2018
Official language of the conference: English.
Location – Timisoara is a very attractive multicultural city, of roughly 400.000 inhabitants (including the metropolitan area) situated into the West Romania, in the nearby of Serbian and Hungarian borders. Access can be done by plane or train, but should not ignore the driving distance from several European Capitals: Belgrade (170km), Budapest (324km), Sofia (553km), Vienna (565km), Zagreb (674km). Timișoara was the spark of Romanian 1989 anticommunist Revolution. In 2021 the city will be European Capital of Culture.
Participation fees: 60 EUR
SSR/ESA members: 45 EUR
Participation fees for conveners: 30 EUR
Students: 30 EUR
PD dr. Hermann DÜLMER
Institut für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie (ISS), University of Cologne
Research topics: Sociological methodology and data analysis (multilevel analysis, ML SEM, factorial survey), comparative value research, electoral research.
Professor Bogdan VOICU
Main interest fields: social change, social values, sociology of education, international migration.
Professor Cosima RUGHINIȘ
Department of Sociology, University of Bucharest
I study social classification, social construction of human kinds, and models of human nature across scientific and popular media, focusing on (re)presenting femininity, and production of human types and human nature in health controversies surrounding vaccination (such as the “vaccine-damaged child”) and homeopathy.
Professor David VOAS
David Voas uses survey data to study religious change and value change in modern societies, the intergenerational transmission of religion and values, and attitudes of and towards ethno-religious minorities. He is on the executive committee of the European Values Study and is co-director of British Religion in Numbers (www.brin.ac.uk), an online centre for British data on religion that has received recognition as a British Academy Research Project.
Professor José Luis MOLINA
José Luis Molina is associate professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain. He is an economic anthropologist interested in the emergence of socioeconomic structures, like migrant enclaves and transnational fields. Molina is interested in mixed method approaches, combining ethnography and personal network analysis. He is interested in Southeast Europe, and Romania in particular. Currently, he is the president of the Research Ethics Committee of the UAB, co-PI with Miranda Lubbers of the research project “The Role of Social Transnational Fields in the Emergence, Maintenance and Decay of Ethnic and Demographic Enclaves” (ORBITS), and co-editor of the REDES-Revista Hispana para el Análisis de Redes Sociales.