To discover the configurations of contemporary identity processes, in their confrontations and complexity, is the goal of the XI Portuguese Congress of Sociology, titled Heated identities: differences, belonging, and populisms in an effervescent world, which will be held in Lisbon, June 29 through July 1, 2020, under the local organization of ESPP/ISCTE-IUL and ICS-ULisboa.

Submission of abstracts by February 13, 2020! [EXTENDED DEADELINE]

We invite all sociologists, and related researchers and professionals, to send proposals for the summary of research in an academic and non-academic context in response to our Call.

Posters and visual documents such as short films focusing on projects or interventions will be accepted.

Abstracts may be submitted in Portuguese, Spanish, English, or French;

Authors can participate in a maximum of three submissions, but can submit no more than two abstracts as first author (i.e., two submissions as single author; one submission as single author and another as first author of a collective proposal; or two submissions as first author of collective proposals).

The TS Environment and Society call for papers [here]

Calls from the Thematic Sections/Áreas Congress Call

More information, call for papers and abstracts submission at

Submission of abstracts by February 13, 2020! [EXTENDED DEADELINE]

X Congresso Português de Sociologia – Covilhã | UBI | 10 a 12 de Julho de 2018 

Veja aqui a chamada específica da Secção Temática Ambiente e Sociedade

International Seminar on Environment and Society, Lisbon, March 2-3 2020

Lisbon – Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon

The Environment and Society Section of the Portuguese Association of Sociology, in collaboration with the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon, and the PhD program in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies, organizes its first International Seminar, under the motto: Current Challenges and Pathways to Change.

Confirmed keynote speakers are Alan Irwin (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark), Luísa Schmidt (Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal), Matthias Gross (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ and University of Jena, Germany) and Noel Castree (University of Manchester, United Kingdom).

Proposals for communications or thematic panels may be submitted on the seminar website by December 8, 2019, in Portuguese or English.

More information at  or by the email