On September 27-29 Professors Jackie Smith and Melanie Hughes, along with their collaborators will host a workshop with more than a dozen researchers from seven different countries where we will analyze new datasets they have compiled on transnational social movement organizations and networks. International scholars, including many junior researchers, will examine how social movements are responding to a variety of changes in the global system, including the end of the Cold War, climate change, and growing incidence of protests in locations around the world. The workshop will generate an edited volume and support ongoing international research collaboration.
Friday, September 28
Transnational Social Movements amid Global Crisis and Change
Data for Good: The Global Politics of Information for Civil Society
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
William Pitt Union Room 548
Center for Latin American Studies and Global Studies Center along with Department of Sociology, World History Center, Office of Research-Research Diversity Initiative and the Year of Pitt Global