Category Archives: Virtual workshops

RS virtual workshop: Joonatan Nogisto on the need for ontological bookkeeping in relational sociology

This month (December 3rd), we had a presentation by Joonatan Nogisto entitled “On the need for ontological bookkeeping in relational sociology.” Thank for this, Joonatan. You can watch the presentation here.

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RS research cluster virtual workshop: Monica Sanchez-Flores on race and racism

For our virtual workshop this month, our guest was our own Monica Sanchez-Flores from Thompson Rivers University, Canada. Monica’s presentation was entitled “A Process-Relational Approach to Race and Racism.” Thank you Monica for this great presentation. You can watch it … Continue reading

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The RS research cluster workshops are back and our first guest is Benjamin Klasche!

After a long pause, the RS research cluster workshops are back! Our first guest this fall is Benjamin Klasche who just recently completed his PhD at the School of Governance, Law and Society at Talinn University (Estonia). Benjamin’s presentation was … Continue reading

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RS research cluster workshop: Jean-Sebastien Guy on the movie Pandora

Fo our workshop this month, we had a presentation by Jean-Sebastien Guy from Dalhousie University, Halifax. Jean-Sebastien examined the movie Pandora, along with three more scenes from other movies, to show the distinction between two types of story. He then … Continue reading

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RS research cluster workshop: Péter Csigó and the society of speculation

After a short pause over the winter, we are back with our workshop series. This time (i.e. Friday March 19), Péter Csigó, from Budapest University of Technology and Economics, agreed to do a presentation for us about a new book … Continue reading

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RS research cluster workshop: Kevin Naimi on schooling and creativity

For our last workshop this year (December 18, on Zoom), we had a presentation by Kevin Naimi who talked to us about his PhD thesis. The title was “Creativity as Intra-Action: Relational Entanglements and Creative Becoming in the Space of … Continue reading

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RS research cluster workshop: Chris Powell on radical complexity

For our workshop this month (on November 13, on Zoom as usual)  we had a presentation by Chris Powell from Ryerson University, Toronton, Canada. Chris is of course well known within the RS community, notably for having co-edited Conceptualizing Relational … Continue reading

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RS research cluster workshop: Peeter Selg on his new book

This month for our virtual workshop (on October 9, on Zoom), we have a presentation by Peeter Selg from Talinn University, Estonia. Peeter talked to us about his hot new book Introducing Relational Political Analysis: Political Semiotics as Theory and … Continue reading

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Online course with Professor Stephan Fuchs

Professor Stephan Fuchs, from University of Virginia, will teach an online course on relational sociology. Click here for syllabus. Prof. Fuchs is notably the author of Against Essentialism, an amazing book which I cannot recommend enough. You can consult his CV here. … Continue reading

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RS research cluster workshop: Melodie Devries on the online far right

For our workshop this month, we had a presentation (on August 17, on Zoom) by Melodie Devries who is a PhD student from the department of communication and culture at Ryerson University, Toronton, Canada. Melodie talked about her research project … Continue reading

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