En el marco del proyecto:
Theorising Transnational Populist Politics.
La Cátedra Libre “Ernesto Laclau“, de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Buenos Aires y el Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics, (CAPPE) University of Brighton, invitan a académicos y actores políticos al Workshop Internacional a realizarse los días jueves 15 y viernes 16 de junio, en la Universidad de Brighton, UK
Thursday 15th June
Session 1: Theorising Transnational Populist Politics 1| 9:30am-10:45am| Edward Street 102
Paula Biglieri, “Once again, talking about populism” (University of Buenos Aires)
Mark Devenney, “What is Transnational Populism? Democracy and the Trans-Populis” (University of Brighton)
Tea & Coffee| 10:45am-11:15am
Session 2: Theorising Populism 2| 11.15-12:30pm| Edward Street 102
José Ema López, “Contingency and necessity in hegemony: A symptomatic approach”.
University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain.
Clare Woodford, “Laclau: Populism and Representation” University of Brighton.
Lunch| 12:30pm-1.30pm| Grand Parade Cafeteria
Session 3: Populism in Comparative Perspective 1| 1.30pm – 2.45pm| Edward Street 102
Samuele Mazzolini, “Southern European populisms as counter-hegemonic discourses? Podemos and M5S in comparative perspective” University of Essex.
Juan Pablo Ferrero, “Crisis of the left turn in Latin America in debate: socio-political dynamics in Brazil and Argentina (2011-2016)” University of Bath.
Tea & Coffee| 2.45pm-3.15pm|
Session 4: Populism in Comparative Perspective 2| 3.15pm – 4.30| Edward Street 102
Diego Baccarelli, “Argentina: ’90 recargados”. (“Argentina: 90th reloaded”) (University of Buenos Aires)
Rocco Manis, ‘The Lega Nord’ (Università di Urbino)
Dinner | 6.30pm |New Era, 6B Queens Road, BN1 3WA Brighton
Friday 16th June
Session 5: | 9.30 – 10:45| Grand Parade, Room 63
Luciana Cadahia, “Igualdad y Populismo: una reflexión sobre los usos populares del derecho” (Equality and populism. Some reflections around the popular uses of the law) (Latin American Faculty of Social Science, Ecuador)
Andy Knott, “Populism and Liberalism” (University of Brighton)
Tea & Coffee| 10:45am-11:15am| GP Cafe
Session 6: The Languages of Populism| 11.15-12.30| Grand Parade, Room 63
Esteban Chércoles, “Comunicación política en la industria global: CNN en español y la representación del capital transnacional en Latinoamérica.” (“Political communication in the global industry: CNN in Spanish and the represestation of transnational capitalism in Latin America”) (National University of La Matanza, Argentina)
Anthony Leaker, “The Politics of Free Speech: Post-truth, Trump’s Populism and Free Speech Radicalism”, (University of Brighton
Lunch| 12.30-1.30pm| Grand Parade Cafeteria
Session 7: | 1.30pm – 2.45pm| Grand Parade, Room 63
Luis Blengino, “Populismo, república y heterotopia: un contrapunto entre la Tupac Amaru y La Salada”. (“Populism, republic and heterotopia: a counterpoint between the experience of Tupac Amaru and La Salada”).(University of Buenos Aires)
Arthur Boriello, “Podemos and the Five Star Movement”, (University of Cambridge)
Tea & Coffee| 2.45pm-3.15pm| GP Cafe
Session 8| 3.15 – 5.00pm| CLOSING WORKSHOP DISCUSSION: Grand Parade, Room 63
Paula Biglieri and Mark Devenney: Publication Plans; Future Workshops and Conferences; Other Ideas for Future Work
22nd Mar 2018 9:00am - 24th Mar 2018 5:00pm
Sallis Benney Theatre
The Ideologies of Populism II, Workshop
22-24th March 2018, University of Madrid
The Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics and “Cátedra Libre Ernesto Laclau", invited scholars and political actors to the fifth international workshop of the Theorising Transnational Populist Politics project. This workshop will focus on the ideological framing of the political and economic aspects of populism in Europe.
Planned outcomes of these workshops include:
- PhD Research Seminar delivered by Dr Paula Biglieri: Subjectification, Identification and Ideology.
- Specialist Stream: The Ideologies of Populism, British Political Studies Association Conference, 2018, venue tbc.
** This event is part of a British Academy funded project which aims to secure a long-term partnership between Argentinian and UK scholars and research centres concerned with the politics, economics and ideology of populist movements of the left in Latin America and Europe. It is jointly hosted by the University of Buenos Aires and the University of Brighton.