Saturday, 15 October 2011


The first batch of the conference working papers are out. You can access them at

The links to individual papers are as below.

Institutional Dimensions of Social Movements: Case Study of the Sanitario Movement and its Fight for Universal Access to Health in Brazil.
Monika Dowbor (University of Sao Paulo).

The Institutionalisation of ‘Noise’ and ‘Silence’ in Urban Politics: Case Studies from East Africa. Tom Goodfellow (London School of Economics and Political Science).

Hybridity in Action: Translating Culture and Power Through the Human Rights Discourse.
Máire Ní Mhórdha (University of St Andrews).

Civil-society Building, ‘Advanced Liberal’ Governmentality and the State in Serbia. Marek Mikuš (London School of Economics and Political Science).

Coping with Strangers in Africa: Tourism, Politics and Development in South-Western Ethiopia. Tamás Régi (University of Sheffield/Sheffield International College).

The Micro-foundations of One-party Hegemony: Development and Clientelism. Aris Trantidis (London School of Economics and Political Science).

'Everything Changed after the 26th': Repression and Resilience against Proposed Phulbari Coal Mine in Bangladesh. Samina Luthfa (Department of Sociology, University of Oxford).

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