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[Xmca-l] Re: Manchester Social Movements conference, April 2017 – call for papers



Looks fascinating and timely, Colin -- So many interesting
categories/problematics to consider all in one place!

Will there be some kind of digital outreach?

mike

On Sun, Oct 23, 2016 at 9:22 AM, C Barker <C.Barker@mmu.ac.uk> wrote:

> SOCIAL MOVEMENTS CONFERENCE  - CALL FOR PAPERS
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> >From 1995 to 2016, Manchester Metropolitan University hosted a series of
> very successful annual international conferences on 'ALTERNATIVE FUTURES
> and POPULAR PROTEST'.
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> We're very happy to announce that the Twenty Second AF&PP Conference will
> be held between Monday 10th and Wednesday 12th April 2017.
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> The Conference rubric will remain as in previous years. The aim is to
> explore the dynamics of popular movements, along with the ideas which
> animate their activists and supporters and which contribute to shaping
> their fate.
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> Reflecting the inherent cross-disciplinary nature of the issues, previous
> participants (from over 60 countries) have come from such specialisms as
> sociology, politics, cultural studies, social psychology, economics,
> history and geography.  The Manchester conferences have been notable for
> discovering a fruitful and friendly meeting ground between activism and
> academia.
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> PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS
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> We invite offers of papers relevant to the conference themes.  Papers
> should address such matters as:
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> * contemporary and historical social movements and popular protests
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> * social movement theory
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> * utopias and experiments
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> * ideologies of collective action
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> * etc.
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> To offer a paper, please contact either of the conference convenors with a
> brief abstract:
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> EITHER Colin Barker,
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> email: c.barker@mmu.ac.uk
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> OR Mike Tyldesley, Politics Section, HPP,
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> Manchester Metropolitan University
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> Geoffrey Manton Building, Rosamond Street West
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> Manchester M15 6LL, England
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> Tel: M. Tyldesley  0161 247 3460
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> email: m.tyldesley@mmu.ac.uk
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> Fax: 0161 247 6769 (+44 161 247 6769)
>
> (Wherever possible, please use email, especially as Colin Barker is a
> retired gent. Surface mail and faxes should only be addressed to Mike
> Tyldesley)
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> CONFERENCE PAPERS
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> One way we organise this particular conference is that we ask those giving
> papers to supply them in advance, for inclusion in a Dropbox folder of the
> complete papers which will be available to all delegates from the
> conference opening.
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> * Preferred method: send the paper to Colin Barker as an email attachment
> in MS Word or .pdf format. Any separate illustrations etc. should be sent
> separately, in .jpg format.
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> * if this is impossible, post a copy of the text to Mike Tyldesley on a CD
> disk in MS Word or .pdf format
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> * Final date for receipt of abstracts: Monday 20th March February 2017
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> * Final date for receipt of actual papers: Friday 31st March 2017
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> These are final dates. The earlier we receive abstracts, and actual
> papers, the better.
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> CONFERENCE ARRANGEMENTS AND COSTS
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> The conference will run from lunch-time Monday 10th April until after
> lunch on Wednesday 12th April 2017.
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> The conference cost will be inclusive of three lunches, teas/coffees. The
> full cost is £145.00, with a cost of £85.00 for students and the unwaged.
> Please register online at https://www.kxregistration.mmu.ac.uk/
> alternativefutures2017
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> Hotels, hostels and dining out
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> We can supply information about relatively cheap local hotels and hostels.
> Let us know if you would like this information.
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> We cannot do hotel or hostel bookings for you.
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> Conference participants will be invited to dine together at two local (and
> not too expensive) restaurants on the two conference evenings. Payment for
> dinners should not be made in advance, but directly to the restaurants on
> the night.
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> Please feel free to circulate this to anyone who might be interested.
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> Colin Barker
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> Mike Tyldesley
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