COVID-19 Webinar: Theory and Social Movements in Times of Pandemic

Panel 2 from the Web Symposium on Social Movements and Political Mobilisation in Times of Global Pandemic 27-28 April 2020, hosted by the Department of Sociology at UCPH.

- Geoffrey Pleyers, FNRS-UCLouvain: CoVid outbreak as a battlefield for alternative futures: Progressive, capitalist and authoritarian movements’ narratives and alternative futures
- Mikael Carleheden, University of Copenhagen, Department of Sociology: Theory and practice: Theorizing social movements from the perspective of Critical theory
- Margit Mayer, TU Berlin. What does it mean to be a (radical) urban scholar-activist, or activist scholar, in times of COVID?
- Håkan Thörn, Göteborg University: Critical social movement theory: Revisiting NSM theory and bringing Marx back in
- Stellan Vintagen, University of Massachusetts Amherst: Constructive Resistance among the Landless Workers in Brazil: How resistance can simultanously build up the future and more just society and resist the systems of oppressions of today

Chair: Jonas Toubøl, University of Copenhagen, Department of Sociology