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Publication of an article in Current Sociology

Marcos Ancelovici, holder of the Canada Research Chair in the Sociology of Social Conflicts, published together with César Guzmán-Concha in the journal Current Sociology, an article comparing the dynamics of student protests in Chile and Quebec. Marcos Ancelovici & César Guzmán-Concha, “Struggling for Education: The Dynamics of Student Protests in Chile and Quebec,” Current Sociology, 2019. […]

Publication of an article in Social Movement Studies

Marcos Ancelovici, holder of the Canada Research Chair in the Sociology of Social Conflicts, published in the journal Social Movement Studies a paper proposing a reformulation of the political process model (cf. McAdam, Tarrow & Tilly) on the basis of Bourdieu’s sociology. Marcos Ancelovici, “Bourdieu in Movement: Toward a Field Theory of Contentious Politics,” Social Movement […]

Publication of a Book of Dialogues on Anarchism and Socialism

Marcos Ancelovici, holder of the Canada Research Chair in the Sociology of Social Conflicts, has just published together with Pierre Mouterde, Stéphane Schalifour, and Judith Trudeau, a book entitled Une gauche en commun: Dialogue sur l’anarchisme et le socialisme. Here’s the presentation of the publishing house (in French): “Est-ce que les idées et les pratiques […]

Publication of an Article on Housing Rights in Spain

Marcos Ancelovici, holder of the Canada Research Chair in the Sociology of Social Conflicts, and Montserrat Emperador Badimon, Lecturer in Political Science at Université Lyon 2, just published an article on the struggle against evictions and the debt, and for housing rights, in Spain. M. Ancelovici and M. Emperador Badimon, « Résister à la crise […]

Publication of a Chapter on Protest Regimes

Marcos Ancelovici, holder of the Canada Research Chair in the Sociology of Social Conflicts, and Pascale Dufour, Professor of Political Science at the Université de Montréal, just published a book chapter developing the hypothesis of a relationship between citizenship regimes and protest regimes: P. Dufour and M. Ancelovici, “From Citizenship Regimes to Protest Regimes?,” in […]

20 October 2017: Workshop on the Conceptualization of the Context of Collective Action

On 20 October 2017, a workshop on the conceptualization of the context of collective action took place at McGill University, in Montreal. The meeting focused essentially on comparing conceptualizations in terms of field, space, and arena, and on discussing the theoretical and methodological issues of each conceptualization. In addition to the holder of the Canada […]

“Street Politics in the Age of Austerity” available in Open Access

The book Street Politics in the Age of Austerity: From the Indignados to Occupy, co-edited by Marcos Ancelovici, Pascale Dufour, and Héloïse Nez, and published in 2016 by Amsterdam University Press, is now available in Open Access here.