This network seeks to advance innovations in sociological theory based on transregional analysis and qualitative research in the social worlds of the Global South.
German Sociological Association, Bielefeld (Germany)
„Doing Global Sociology“ in „Polarized Worlds“: Methodological Approaches from Qualitative Social Research at the 41st congress of the German Sociological Association.
„Doing Global Sociology: Methodology and Theory after the Postcolonial Critique”
At the Historic Observatory in Göttingen (Germany). In collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity. Keynote speakers: • Prof. Dr. Renata Campos Motta (FU Berlin) • Prof. Dr. Sari Hanafi (AU Beirut) • Prof. Dr. Gabriele Rosenthal (University of Göttingen) • Prof. Dr. Elísio Macamo (University of Basel)
In this workshop, we delved right into the three thematic dimensions of our network: • (1) health, gender and sexuality, • (2) families, biographies and generation, and • (3) space, architecture and urbanism. In the thematic groups, we identified key issues which we will be discussing in our first face-to-face meeting in May 2022, i.e. comparison, positionality, translation and contested knowledges/concepts.
Kick-off Workshop with our guests Raewyn Connell and Saïd Arjomand
The pandemic forced us to hold the first two network meetings online. We opened our joined work by two impressive talks by Raewyn Connell and Saïd Arjomand. • Raewyn Connell: “Transforming Sociological Theory from the Periphery: Some attempts, and some futures” • Saïd Arjomand: “World regions and the unpacking of multiple modernities: A pluralistic view of global sociological theory”