This is the final call for abstracts for the 14th ESA Conference “Europe and Beyond” in Manchester, 20-23 August 2019. The deadline is on Friday, 15 February 2019, at midnight UK time. Don’t miss the chance to present your research at the largest European Sociology Conference of the year!
Confirmed (Semi-) Plenary speakers include: Manuela Boatcă, Sari Hanafi, Ursula Huws, Michael Keith, Roman Kuhar, Michèle Lamont, Linsey McGoey, Nasar Meer, Phoebe Moore, Melissa Nolas, Ilaria Pitti, Diane Richardson, Françoise Vergès, Michel Wieviorka, Ruth Wodak, and Jens Zinn.
Join them as presenter and submit your paper here: www.conftool.pro/esa2019
We are also happy to announce that for the first time, the European Sociological Association establishes a Solidarity Fund. ESA members can apply for a conference fee waiver. More information, including the application form, under “Solidarity Fund” here:
The deadline for applications is on 15 March 2019.
We look forward to welcoming you to Manchester, a vibrant city with a very important sociological and political history!
Kind regards from
Your ESA and ESA 2019 Organisers
namely Sue Scott (ESA President), Marta Soler (Chair of the Conference Committee), Gary Pollock (Chair of the Local Organising Committee) and the ESA office team
The European Sociological Association (ESA) aims to facilitate sociological research, teaching and communication between sociologists as well as between sociologists and other scientists, and to give sociology a voice in European affairs. Its focus is the development of sociological knowledge, by the organisation of a biennual conference with more than 3000 participants from all across the world.
We would like to enlarge our network through other sociological non-profit associations and societies and introduce our work to even more colleagues. For example, ESA provides a platform for dialogue with other National Associations during the NA Council Meetings organised once a year. We would be delighted to invite you to join ESA as a member and enjoy all the benefits available. By joining ESA you can reach a large and international group of sociologists working within different fields, organised in 37 Research Networks.
The 14th ESA Conference will be held in Manchester (UK) on August 20-23, 2019. In the attachment of this message, we are sending: i) our flyer – which you can order and distribute among your colleagues and members and ii) our Twitter banner – a picture can change everything! ESA has a brand-new online publication – The European Sociologist – and contributions are welcome! Don’t hesitate and contact us for more details about the benefits, the conference or The European Sociologist. Join us on Twitter and visit our website.
We are hoping for your support in spreading our ESA 2019 Call for Papers, with a deadline extension until February 15, 2019. You can also submit your contribution here! Thank you for your help and interest!
With best wishes,
The ESA Office
Deadline Extension for submission – February 15, 2019
Read the Notes for Authors here: https://www.europeansociology.org/conftool/abstract-submission
Submit your contribution here: https://www.conftool.pro/esa2019/
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The coordinators of the ESA Research Networks, Research Streams, Semi-Plenaries and the PhD Summer School are looking forward to your abstract!
Thank you for your attention and with best regards,
Your ESA 2019 organisers and ESA team.
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The University of Manchester
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester Central, the city’s own conference centre (a historic railway station)
The venues are all within walking distance of each other.
20 August 2019 – Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception (at Manchester Central)
21, 22, 23 August 2019 – full conference days
23 August 2019 – Closing Ceremony and Conference Party (at Manchester Central)
LOC (Local Organising Committee)
Chair: Prof. Gary Pollock, Manchester Metropolitan University
From the President’s message to all ESA members:
“Many of us would wish that Brexit wasn’t going to happen in 2019, but if it is then we should see this conference in Manchester as a statement that European Sociology works across and beyond boundaries and borders, and make it an occasion to think about research and relations beyond Europe, as well as what it means to belong to Europe.” – Prof. Sue Scott
Call for Papers
planned for December 2018