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19 Nov 2019

RACIAL CAPITALISM: WHAT IS IN A NAME?

Aula PRODI – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Catherine Hall (University College London)

from 09 Dec to 12 Dec 2019

DECENTRALIZING THE GAZE

Aula SPECOLA – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Giulia Paoletti (University of Virginia)

from 17 Dec to 20 Dec 2019

GENDER, CAPITALISM, AND SOCIAL REPRODUCTION

Aula SPECOLA – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Cinzia Arruzza (The New School for Social Research)

from 10 Feb to 13 Feb 2020

THE FORDIST SOCIAL CONTRACT. SHOPFLOOR RELATIONS AND THE POLITICS OF MASS PRODUCTION

Aula SPECOLA – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Bruno Settis (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)

from 24 Feb to 27 Feb 2020

ENERGY TRANSITIONS, SOCIAL CHANGES, ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE HISTORY OF ENERGY

Aula SPECOLA – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Giacomo Bonan (University of Bologna)

from 09 Mar to 12 Mar 2020

PROVIDENTIAL MODERNITY: MILLENARIAN POLITICS IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE

Aula SPECOLA – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

John J. Martin (Duke University)

from 20 Apr to 23 Apr 2020

RETHINKING THE HISTORY OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: GLOBAL AND INTEGRATIVE PERSPECTIVES

Aula SPECOLA – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Susan Zimmermann (Central European University)

from 27 Apr to 30 Apr 2020

HOW POPULAR CULTURE THINKS ABOUT APOCALYPSE

Aula SPECOLA – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Marianna Torgovnick (Duke University)

from 04 May to 07 May 2020

RACIAL CAPITALISM AND POLITICAL COMMUNITY FROM THE AMERICAS TO THE GLOBE

Aula SPECOLA – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Anne Garland-Mahler (University of Virginia)

12 May 2020

TERRITORY FROM SHAKESPEARE TO TERRAIN

Aula PRODI – Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, 2 – Bologna, Italy

Stuart Elden (University of Warwick)