Europe’s Global Challenges: Politics, Markets and Society Final Programme

Final Programme
Europe’s Global Challenges: Politics, Markets and Society
The 3rd Midterm Conference of the European Political Sociology Research Network of ESA (European Sociological Association)
hosted by EuroChallenge, University of Copenhagen
28-29 November 2014
Venue: Faculty of Humanities, Karen Blixens Vej 4, 2300 København S
Friday 28/11
08.3009.00
Registration and Breakfast
09.0010.30
Plenary Session
(In front of auditorium 22.0.11)
Welcome to the 3rd Midterm Conference of the European Political Sociology Research Network of ESA
Opening Panel Debate with: Jan Zielonka, University of Oxford; Ben Clift, University of Warwick; Virginie Guiraudon, Sciences Po, Paris; and Sonja
Puntscher-Reikmann, University of Salzburg. Moderator: Marlene Wind, University of Copenhagen
(Auditorium 22.0.11)
10.3011.00
Break
11.0012.45
1 Parallel Panel Session
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Moving Europe: The Politics of Migration and
Identity
Chair: Carlo Ruzza, University of Trento
Discussant: Hans-Jörg Trenz, University of
Copenhagen
(In front of auditorium 22.0.11)
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(Room: 27.0.47)
Papers
Identity, Causality and Social Cohesion, Nils Holtug, University of Copenhagen
Worlds Apart? Public Debates and People’s Views over Group Rights for Islam in Britain,
France, Germany and the Netherlands, Paul Statham, University of Sussex
The Fourth Freedom: Theories of Migration and Mobilities in "Neo-liberal" Europe, Adrian
Favell, Sciences Po, Paris
The Creation of the Frontex Agency – “Sharing the Burden” of European External Border
Management, Sara Casella Colombeau, Université de Montréal
B
Grassroots Economic Activism in Times of Crisis
and Precariousness: Social Resilience and New
Socio-Political Practices
Chair: Laura Leonardi, University of Florence
Discussant: Paolo Graziano, Bocconi University
Alternative Social Resilience in Italy in Times of Crisis Across Time, Lorenzo Bosi, European
University Institute and Lorenzo Zamponi, European University Institute
(Room 27.0.49)
Ethical-environmental Facets of Israeli Voluntary Simplifiers’ Personalized Politics, Einat
Zamwel, Bar-Ilan University
Perceived Output Strength as a Predictor of Political Participation, Joost de Moor, KU
Leuven
The Italian Recovered Factories Movement Between Resistance and Resilience, Fabio de
Nardis, University of Salento and Francesca Forno, University of Bergamo
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The European Market Space in Times of Crisis
Chair: Ben Clift, University of Warwick
Discussant: Martin B. Carstensen, Copenhagen
Business School
(Room 27.0.17)
Re-Envisioning Crisis: A Comparative Discourse Approach to EU Institutional Change, Holly
Snaith, University of Copenhagen and Ben Rosamond, University of Copenhagen
Winning the Global Race? The Political Economy of European Trade and
Competitiveness, Ferdi De Ville, Ghent University and Gabriel Siles-Brügge, University of
Manchester
The Politics of Austerity: Fiscal Debtors and Creditors in Europe, Liam Stanley, University of
Birmingham
Structural Adjustment Comes to Europe, Laura Horn, Roskilde University
In and Out of the European Union: The Case of Greece, Alexandra Prodromidou,
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International Faculty of the University of Sheffield, CITY College, Thessaloniki, and Pavlos
Gkasis, International Faculty of the University of Sheffield, CITY College, Thessaloniki, Greece
12.4513.45
Lunch
13.4515.30
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D
Migrants in Europe (I): Between Urban
Segregation and the Global Crisis
Chair: Tatjana Sekulic, University of MilanBicocca
Discussant: Virginie Guiraudon, Sciences Po,
Paris
nd
Parallel Panel Session
(Room 27.0.47)
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Papers
Life-strategies of Immigrant Youth: the Swiss Case, Thomas Geisen, University of Applied
Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, School of Social Work
Immigrant Youth of North African Descent in France: Urban Segregation and the Limits of
Migrants’ Mobility, Dietmar Loch, University of Grenoble
Delinquency or Political Participation? Protest of Young People with Migration Background
in Cologne, Markus Ottersbach, University of Cologne
Professional and Political Fields in Europe:
Governing at a Distance and Concepts of
Control
Chair: Mikael Rask Madsen, University of
Copenhagen
Discussant: Adrian Favell, Sciences Po, Paris
The Transnational Field of EU Affairs, Sebastian Büttner, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg,
Steffen Mau, University of Bremen, Lucia Leopold, University of Bremen and Matthias Posvic,
University of Bremen
(Room 27.0.49)
Knowledge-based Government of Education. The Emergence of a Transnational
Governmentality in England and Sweden, Tomas Marttila, Lehrstuhl Soziologie II, OttoFriedrich-Universität Bamberg
Professions and Europeanization, Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg, Lehrstuhl Allgemeine
Soziologie Universität Potsdam
Discrimination and Free Movement of Workers in the EU Supranational Field,
Transnational Mobilities and the German Labour Market, Stefan Bernhard, Institute for
Employment Research and Sarah Bernhard, Institute for Employment Research
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The EU, Economic Governance and the Power
of Economic Ideas
Chair: Ben Rosamond, University of Copenhagen
Discussant: Ben Clift, University of Warwick
(Room 27.0.17)
What Does It Mean to Call the EU an Ordoliberal Enterprise? Interdisciplinary
Perspectives, Holly Snaith, University of Copenhagen and Paul James Cardwell, University of
Sheffield
EU Competition Policy Revisited: Economic Doctrines Within European Political
Work, Sigfrido Ramírez Pérez, University of Copenhagen
Falling Rate of Real Investments is Undermining the European Economies Causing
Unemployment and Persistent Structural Budget Deficits, Jesper Jespersen, Roskilde
University
Making Sense of a Crisis – A Longitudinal Study of Discourses in the EU Debate over
Financial Sector Regulation, Rolf Jørgensen, University of Copenhagen
The Laval as an Example of ECJ Power or Political Ascription, Jens Arnholtz, University of
Copenhagen
15.3016.00
Break
16.0017.45
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G
Migrants in Europe (II): Migration,
Socialisation, Participation
Chair: Cristian Norocel, Stockholm University/
University of Helsinki
Discussant: Asimina Michailidou, University of
Oslo
(Ground floor, building 27)
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Parallel Panel Session
(Room 27.0.47 )
Papers
The Socialisation of Foreigners in Denmark: A Case of Complex Diversity, Deniz Duru,
University of Copenhagen
Democratic Engagement and Collective Identification Among Migrants, Sarah Scuzzarello,
University of Sussex
Civic Engagement of Migrants Through Social Media (in Denmark), Raquel Sertaje Nogueira,
University of Copenhagen
Social Opportunities, Migration, and Social justice for European Citizens: A Capability
Based Approach to Southern Euro Zone Brain Drain to the Nordic Countries, Alessandra
Cenci, Roskilde University
H
Crisis, Inequality and Citizenship
Chair: Maarten Vink, Maastricht
University/European University Institute
Discussant: Espen D.H. Olsen, University of Oslo
Southern European Women and the Economic Crisis –Assessing Problems, Policies, and
Practices (2009-2014), Ana Prata, California State University Northridge
Growing Inequalities in Europe. Social Citizenship and Europeanization, Laura Leonardi,
University of Florence and Gemma Scalise, University of Florence
(Room 27.0.49)
Acting within EU Instruments at the Subnational Level: Towards a Specialization of Local
Actors to EU Tools?, Fanny Sbaraglia, Université Libre de Bruxelles
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When Doing Good Becomes an “Affaire d‘état“…Voluntary Services in Germany, Rabea
Haß, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin and Kathia Serrano-Velarde, Max-Weber-Institute
of Sociology, Heidelberg University
I
Symbols and Myths in European Integration
Chair: Alison Woodward, Vrije Universiteit
Brussel
Discussant: Anamaria Dutceac Segesten, Lund
University
The European Union’s Institutionalisation of Symbols and Myths, Ian Manners, University
of Copenhagen
(Room 27.0.17)
The Diplomacy of Transitioning: Symbols and Myths in European Union
Diplomacy, Christine Søby, University of Copenhagen
The Pan-European Union Interpretation of Symbols and Myths, Kennet Lynggaard, Roskilde
University
‘Lazy Greeks’ and ‘Nazi Germans’: Negotiating International Hierarchies in the Euro Crisis,
Rebecca Adler-Nissen, University of Copenhagen
18.00
Reception
Saturday 29/11
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09.1511.00
4 Parallel Panel Session
Papers
J
Crisis and Media
Chair: Hans-Jörg Trenz, University of
Copenhagen
Discussant: David Reimer, Aarhus
University
Crisis framing and the Attribution of Responsibility. A Discursive Actor Attribution Analysis of the
Eurozone Crisis in Greek and German Newspapers, Jochen Roose, Willy Brandt Center Wroclaw,
Franziska Scholl, Freie Universität Berlin, Moritz Sommer, Freie Universität Berlin, Maria Kousis,
University of Crete and Kostas Kanellopoulos, University of Crete
(Room 27.0.47)
Between Opinion and Protest. Expressing Euroscepticism through Social Media, Mauro Barisione
University of Milan and Andrea Ceron, University of Milan
Talking about the EU Crisis and the Crisis of Talk. An Analysis of Facebook Interactions, AncuțaGabriela Tarța, University of Copenhagen
The Medium Makes the Public? Convergent EU Contestation in Divergent Online Spheres, Asimina
Michailidou, University of Oslo
Discursive (Dis)Continuities? Social Media, Crisis and the Communication Deficit of the EU, Michal
Krzyzanowski, Örebro University
K
Fields of Global Governance: How
Transnational Power Elites Can Make
Global Governance Intelligible
Chair: Ben Rosamond, University of
Copenhagen
Discussant: Virginie Guiraudon, Sciences
Po, Paris
Knowledge Warfare: Social Scientists as Operators of Global Governance, Niilo Kauppi, CNRS,
Strasbourg
The International Judiciary as Transnational Power Elite, Mikael Rask Madsen, University of
Copenhagen
Identity Switching and Transnational Professionals, Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business
School
(Room 27.0.49)
The International Civil Servant, Ole Jacob Sending, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
(NUPI)
Power Elites and Club-Model Governance in Global Finance, Eleni Tsingou, Copenhagen Business
School
L
Cultural Spaces and Civic Engagement
Chair: Deniz Duru, University of
Copenhagen
Discussant: Virginie van Ingelgom,
Université Catholique de Louvain
(Room 27.1.47)
The Case of Self-management for Theatre Workers in Italy. From Active Citizenship to a European
Law on Common Goods, Teresa Pullano, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Is Culture a Public Good?, Xavier Landes, University of Copenhagen
LGBT Activism and the Making of Europe: A Rainbow Europe?, David Paternotte, Université libre de
Bruxelles and Phillip M. Ayoub, Drexel University/European University Institute
Young People’s Use of Social Media in a Trans-nationalized Context, Verena K. Braendle, University
of Copenhagen
M
Nationalism and Radical Right Populism
in the European Space: Economic,
Cultural and Political Issues (I)
Chair: Dietmar Loch, University of
Grenoble
Discussant: Björn Fryklund, Malmö
University
The Europeanization of Nationalist Politics: The Challenges of Political Representation in the
European Political Space, Margarita Gómez-Reino, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
(UNED)
Taking Back What’s Ours! The Social National Economics of the Populist Radical Right, Andrea L. P.
Pirro, University of Siena
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(Room 27.1.49)
Caretakers of National Democracies Amidst European Crisis: Nordic Radical Right Populist Leaders
in the Context of EU Elections, Cristian Norocel, Stockholm University/ University of Helsinki
11.0011.30
Break
11.3013.15
5 Parallel Panel Session
Papers
N
The European Social-Cultural Space and
the New Global Order
Chair: Niilo Kauppi, CNRS, Strasbourg
Discussant: David L. Swartz, Boston
University
Europe’s Unease: Negotiating Between Globalism and Imperial Pasts, Noel Parker, University of
Copenhagen
(Room: 27.0.47)
Taking Responsibility? The Euro Crisis and the Problem of ‘Solidarity’ in the European Union: The
Cases of Germany, Ireland and Poland, Charlotte Galpin, University of Birmingham
(Ground floor, building 27)
th
Varieties of European Cosmopolitanism: Mobilities, Identities and Post-National Values in the
EU, Adrian Favell, Sciences Po, Paris and David Reimer, Aarhus University
Crisis and Contestation: Transnational Constitutional Claims and the Re-imagination of the
Common, Paul Blokker, University of Trento
Europeanizing Social Science - The Case of the European Social Survey, Kristoffer Kropp, University
of Copenhagen
O
Europe and the Globalization of
Security and Liberty
Chair: Juan Antonio Mayoral DíazAsension, University of Copenhagen
Discussant: Mikael Rask Madsen,
University of Copenhagen
The Danish Security Policy after the ‘euro-crisis’ - An Interaction Among the Nordic, European and
Atlantic Policies, Thiago Babo, University of Sao Paulo
(Room: 27.0.49)
International Prosecutors and the Global Fight against Crimes against Humanity, Mikkel Jarle
Christensen, University of Copenhagen
Back to Europe: The “Enemy Criminal Law” Doctrine and the European Response to Global
Terrorism, Dominique Linhardt, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France and Cédric
Moreau De Bellaing École Normale Supérieure, France
EU Through the Mirror, Tatjana Sekulic, University of Milan-Bicocca
Violence in North-Eastern Congo, Global Norms, and Worlds of Justice, Pierre-Yves Condé, Institut
des Sciences Sociales du Politique (Tbc)
P
Citizenship and Political Engagement in
Times of Crisis
Chair: Virginie Guiraudon, Sciences Po,
Paris
Discussant: Maarten Vink, Maastricht
University/European University Institute
(Room: 27.1.47)
Crisis Resilience and EU Citizenship, Espen D.H. Olsen, University of Oslo
Citizens' Exit from the EU, Back to the Nation-State? Policy Feedback and Legitimacy in Times of
Crisis, Claire Dupuy, Sciences Po, Grenoble and Virginie Van Ingelgom, Université Catholique de
Louvain
Polanyi repudiated: The Disembedding of Economy in Austerity Discourses, Arthur Borriello,
Université Libre de Bruxelles
New Public Spaces: Common Goods and New Model of Citizenship, Maria Cristina Marchetti,
Sapienza University of Rome
Do Citizens Perceive the EU as a Legitimate Level of Action? Views From Young People in
Brussels, Heidi Mercenier, Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles
Q
Nationalism and Radical Right Populism
in the European Space: Economic,
Cultural and Political Issues (II)
Chair: Virginie Van Ingelgom, Université
Catholique de Louvain
Discussant: Cristian Norocel, Stockholm
University/ University of Helsinki
Explanatory Right-Wing Semantics, Claudia Globisch, University of Innsbruck
(Room: 27.1.49)
The Swedish Case – A Double Exception in a European Perspective,
Björn Fryklund, Malmö University
Ethno-Nationalist Formations Between Protest, Institutions and Interest Groups: The Case of the
Ticino League, Oscar Mazzoleni, University of Lausanne and Carlo Ruzza, University of Trento
The Populist Radical Right in Europe: The Case of the French Front National, Dietmar Loch,
University of Grenoble
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Conveners
Ben Rosamond, Professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen and Director of EuroChallenge.
Hans-Jörg Trenz, Professor at the Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen. Chair of CEMES, Centre for
Moderns European Studies and Co-PI of EuroChallenge.
Marlene Wind, Professor at the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen. Director of CEP, Centre for European Politics and Co-PI
of EuroChallenge.
Mikael Rask Madsen, Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. Head of iCourts, the Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre
of Excellence for International Courts and Co-PI of EuroChallenge.
Registration
The conference is free of charge but registration is necessary via the conference website. Deadline for registration is 31 October 2014.
Practical Information
Conference Venue
The conference will be held at the Faculty of Humanities (KUA), University of Copenhagen, Karen Blixens vej 4, 2300 Copenhagen S.
Registration and the plenary session Friday morning will take place in Building 22 and the parallel panel sessions will take place in Building 27.
Directions and transport
Getting to and from the airport
Copenhagen Airport is serviced by most international airlines. The airport is situated at Kastrup 8 km from Copenhagen central. It is possible to
travel by train, bus, metro and taxi between Copenhagen airport and Copenhagen central.
A taxi from the airport to Copenhagen city centre costs around 200 DKK and takes 20-30 minutes. Taxi companies among others are Taxinord, Tel:
+45 48 48 48 48 and Amager-Øbro Taxi, Tel: +45 32 51 51
Getting from Copenhagen city centre to the conference venue/Campus
Bus: Bus number 12 and 33 runs regularly from the city centre and stop near the Campus area. Schedules can be found at the website of Movia
(public transport in Greater Copenhagen).
Metro: The nearest metro station is Islands Brygge Station, which is approximately a five minutes’ walk away from the conference venue. The metro
line M1 (Vanløse/Vestamager) runs regularly between 5 am and 12 pm. For more information please visit The Copenhagen Metro's website.
Train: If you arrive by train to Copenhagen Central Station it is a 5 minutes’ walk from the central station to the town hall square (Rådhuspladsen)
where it is possible to take bus no. 12 or 33 to the Faculty of Humanities. If you arrive at Nørreport Station you could change to the metro M1
direction Vestamager and get off at Islands Brygge.
Car: You can park at the guest parking lot on Ørestads Boulevard.
For more information about travelling in Denmark go to www.rejseplanen.dk/ (journey planner)
Accommodation
There are no special hotel agreements, but please find a list of suggestions for hotels below. If you would like further information about where to
stay and what to do while in Copenhagen the website 'Visit Copenhagen' can be helpful.
The conference venue is located at the Faculty of Humanities, which is in the part of Copenhagen called Amager. It is not far from the city centre
with public transport. Thus, there are very good connections with the metro and busses from the city centre. A hotel in the city centre would work
fine preferably close to a metro station.
http://www.radissonblu.com/scandinaviahotel-copenhagen/location
http://www.kongarthur.dk/
http://www.ibsenshotel.dk/
http://www.brochner-hotels.dk/
http://www.hotelchristianiv.dk/
http://www.mercurhotel.dk/
http://www.profilhotels.com/hotel-copenhagen/
http://www.hoteljoergensen.dk/
http://www.cabinn.com/hoteller-i-koebenhavn/sca/hotel-cabinn-scandinavia.html
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