The Polish Peasant in Europe and America - Symposium 2018 A Centennial of The Polish Peasant in Europe and America: Inspiration of Thomas and Znaniecki’s Work for Sociological Scholarship on the Contemporary Globalization Processes
Wiadomość, opublikowana 11-05-2018

Conference is inspired by the centennial of the publication of The Polish Peasant in Europe and America, by Thomas and Znaniecki  (founder of sociology in Poznań).

Więcej informacji na stronie Instytutu Socjologii UAM: http://socjologia.amu.edu.pl/new/aktualnosci/60-english/139-polish-peasant-symposium-2018

The centennial of the publication of The Polish Peasant in Europe and America, by Thomas and Znaniecki, presents a unique occasion to commemorate the monumental work like not many others. This special commemoration emanates from the breadth and complexity of the book and the extent of influence it exerted over sociology, philosophy, anthropology, social history, and social psychology. The book has inspired analyses of societies, closely connected with the social justice, informed social policies, remained debated and critiqued by opponents and those who considered themselves as ‘internal critics’.

Organise: The Institute of Sociology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
The Florian Znaniecki Scientific Foundation
The Haverford Institute of Public Sociology.

Keynote Speaker:
Prof. Michael Burawoy (Univ. of California Berkeley)

Distinquished Guest Speakers:
Prof. Martin Bulmer (Univ. of Surrey)
Prof. Paweł Boski (Faculty of Psychology, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities; Warsaw)
Prof. Mary Waters (Harvard Univ.)
Prof. Eli Zaretsky (The New School for Social Research)
The conference is an element of celebration of 100-years of Adam Mickiewicz University.

Więcej informacji na stronie Instytutu Socjologii UAM:

http://socjologia.amu.edu.pl/new/aktualnosci/60-english/139-polish-peasant-symposium-2018


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Informację wprowadził/a: Bartosz Woźniak