Topic Othering’ and polarisation have immediate and potentially severe consequences for politics across Europe – in terms of Populist denigration of sub-groups but also when politics is so divided that each side will not listen to the other (e.g. Brexit in the UK).Unfortunately, relevant theory, knowledge and perspectives on these phenomena are splintered across many … Continue reading A call for expressions of interest in attending the Aug. 15-19 2022 workshop in Leiden, NL
Geeske's affiliation needs changing to the James Hutton Institute, but otherwise ready to go...
There is a slack group to facilitate asynchronous discussion on othering and polarisation leading up to the face-face workshop in August. If you want an invite, email me email@example.com
These are the new dates for the face-face workshop - changed from July 2022 to avoid clashing with the BIGSSS summer school on "Social Cohesion" (now happening 4-15 July 2022, in Groningen). We will contact all those who expressed interest and make general announcements about this soon.
Mon, 2021 July 12, 14:00 - 17:30 Central European Time Tue, 2021 July 13, 14:00 - 17:30 Central European Time The workshop will focus on different ways to conceptualize, define and measure social cohesion. We already drafted three talks including a keynote by James Moody. You find more about the aims and scope in the … Continue reading Upcoming workshop: Modeling and Measuring Social Cohesion using Methods of Computational Social Science
Given the continuing situation we can not have a face-face meeting in June, as planned. We will likely: (a) have some kind of online event in the week of the 7-11 June 2021 and (b) will apply to do the workshop face-face in 2022.
Available here... (76Mb in size!) https://www.dropbox.com/s/jyp9x3vlut4qi51/Simulation%20Week%202020%20Othering.pptx?dl=0
Martins_extremism Please read and email questions to Andre (firstname.lastname@example.org) - so frustrating technical problems got in the way of his presentation.