Pandemics, Politics and Society. Critical perspectives on the Covid-19 Crisis

Pandemics, Politics and Society. Critical perspectives on the Covid-19 Crisis

Book launch, 23rd March 2021 16h00-18h00 CET (online)
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LIEPP is glad to invite you to the launch of the book:

Pandemics, Politics and Society

Critical Perspectives on the Covid-19 Crisis 

Tuesday 23rd March 2021 16:00 - 18:00 CET (online). Mandatory registration 

About the book:  

Pandemics, Politics and Society. Critical Perspectives on the Covid-19 Crisis. Edited by Gerard Delanty. Berlin: De Grutyer

This volume is an important contribution to our understanding of global pandemics in general and Covid-19 in particular. It brings together the reflections of leading social and political scientists who are interested in the implications and significance of the current crisis for politics and society. It is a cutting edge and accessible publication with chapters on topics such as the nature and limits of expertise, democratization, emergency government, digitalization, social justice, globalization, capitalist crisis, and the ecological crisis.


Program: 

Introducing the Volume

Gerard Delanty: Editor
Professor of Sociology and Social & Political Thought at the University of Sussex


Roundtable: Technocracy vs democracy and the data-driven pandemic

Stephen TurnerDistinguished University Professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of South Florida

Jan ZielonkaProfessor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford and Venice, Cá Foscari

Daniel InnerarityProfessor of Political and Social Philosophy at the University of the Basque Country and the European University Institute of Florence

Jonathan WhiteProfessor of Politics at the London School of Economics


Roudtable: Globalization, modernity and pandemics

Helga Nowotny: Professor emerita of Science and Technology Studies, ETH Zurich and former President of the European Research Council 

Daniel CherniloProfessor of Sociology in the School of Government at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Santiago, Chile

Eva HornProfessor of Modern German Literature at the Department of German at the University of Vienna

Frédéric VandenbergheProfessor of Sociology at the Institute of Philosophy and the Social Sciences of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro


Roundtable: Socio-economic implications of the pandemic

Sylvia Walby OBEProfessor of Sociology, and Director of the Violence and Society Centre at City, University of London

Albena AzmanovaAssociate Professor of Political and Social Thought at the University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies

Sonja AvlijašMarie Sklodowska-Curie research fellow at the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University and Associate Researcher at LIEPP


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Chair:

Henri BergeronResearch director CNRS, affiliated to CSO and director of the LIEPP's Health Policies Research Group


Twitter hastag for the event is #LIEPPCovid19

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