Cosmopolitan Sociology. A New Vision of Globalisation

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Date: Salerno, 14th October 2014

Venue: University of Salerno, Campus of Fisciano - Aula delle Lauree ‘G. De Rosa’

 

9:30am Opening Remarks

Massimo Pendenza (Salerno, Italy/AIS); Vincenzo Cicchelli (Paris Descartes, France/ESA)

Welcome Speech

Aurelio Tommasetti, Chancellor of the University of the Salerno

Annibale Elia, Director of the Department of Political, Social and Communication Sciences

Paola Di Nicola, President of the Associazione Italiana di Sociologia (AIS)

Carmen Leccardi, President of the European Sociological Association (ESA)

10:30am Session 1

Chair Carmen Leccardi (Milano Bicocca, Italy)

Robert Fine (Warwick, United Kingdom)
The Legacy of Kant’s Cosmopolitanism: Imperial, Universal or Reflexive?

Vittorio Cotesta (RomaTre, Italy)
Cosmopolitanism  as form of universal way of life

David Inglis (Exeter, United Kingdom)
The Globalization-Cosmopolitanism Interface

Question time

1:00pm 2:30pm Lunch

2:30pm Session 2

Chair Paola Di Nicola (Verona, Italy)

Massimo Pendenza (Salerno, Italy)
Social Cosmopolitanism: Rethinking Cosmopolitanism from a Local Perspective

Esperanza Bielsa (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain)
Cosmopolitanism and the Politics of Translation

Stéphane Dufoix (Paris Ouest Nanterre, France)
Rising Phoenix from Global Ashes: How Scholars Embraced Cosmopolitanism

4,00pm 4:30pm Coffee Break

4:30pm Session 3

Chair Donatella Pacelli (Roma Lumsa, Italy)

Vincenzo Cicchelli (Gemass, Paris Sorbonne/CNRS, Paris Descartes, France)
Living in a Global World: An appraisal of Cosmopolitan Socialization

Sylvie Octobre (Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, France)
Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism among French Young People

 

Question time and discussion on future projects


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