This double seminar will bring together a group of scholars to analyse different dimensions and examples of nonviolent protest and resistance, including, in the first seminar: civil resistance in Thailand, the constructive resistance of the #MeToo movement, the challenges faced by today’s social movements.
Featuring the following talks:
- Dr Janjira Sombatpoonsiri, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) - Civil resistance in the shadow of digital repression: Insights from Thailand
- Prof Mona Lilja, University of Gothenburg (Sweden) - The constructive resistance of the #MeToo movement
- Dr Michael Loadenthal, University of Cincinnati (USA) - From Terrorization to riotization: Challenges for today's social movements
- Dr Chris Rossdale, University of Bristol (UK) - The Limits of Rebellion
By booking a place at this event, attendees agree to behave in a respectful manner such that everyone feels comfortable contributing as they wish. The IAS reserves the right to eject anyone who does not abide by this policy.
IAS seminars are typically recorded, minus any Q&A sessions at the end, again to encourage contributions. The recordings are then uploaded to our website on a Fellows bio page and/or Programme page, along with our IAS YouTube Channel. If you are not able to attend a seminar live, please do still register as we will email everyone who registered to let them know once the recordings are made available.
Contact and booking details
- Kieran Teasdale
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