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Department of Sociology

Dr. Lauren Langman - Recent Presentations

2002

Globalization and Terror, Plenary Address, Globalization Conference, University of Maryland, College Park, MA, May 2002

The Net and The Self, International Sociological Association, Brisbane, Australia 2002

Globalization and Carnivalization, International Sociological Association, Brisbane, Australia 2002

Globalization Past, Present and Future, International Sociological Association, Brisbane, Australia 2002

Networks of Dissent: Social Movements in a Global Age, International Sociological Association, Brisbane, Australia 2002

Phillip Reiff's Mission, American Sociological Association, Chicago, August 2002

2003

Transgression as Identity, Invited Address, Pennsylvania State University, Abington, PA, Feb 12, 2003

Shock Rock, Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, LA, March 27-30, 2003

Vile, Vulgar and Grotesque: Carnivalization and Communities of Transgression, Midwest Sociological Society, Chicago, April 12, 2003

A Better World is Possible, Midwest Sociological Society, Chicago, April 12, 2003

Internetworked Social Movements, Political Economy of World System, Georgetown, April 25, 2003

Globalization and the Grotesque, Toward a Critical Global Studies, Santa Barbara, CA, May 1, 2003

The Dialect of Un-Enlightenment, International Social Theory Consortium, Tampa, FL, May 17-18, 2003

Toward a Critical Theory of Islam, Association for Study of Religion, Atlanta, August 15, 2003

The Power of the Powerless, Sociological Imagination Group, Atlanta, August 16, 2003

The Dialectics of Identity, American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA, August 2003

Alienation and Identity: Critical Theory and Identity in a Global Age, American Sociological Association, August 16-19, 2003

Virtual Public Spheres and Globalized Social Movements, American Sociological Association, August16-19, 2003

Islamic Fundamentalism, Modernity and Feminism (with Mahruq Khan), American Sociological Association, July 2003

Un Otro Mundo Es Possival, Rethinking Marxism, Amherst, MA, November 5-9, 2003

Capitalism, Globalization and the Grotesque, Rethinking Marxism, Amherst, MA, November 5-9, 2003

The Challenge of the World Social Forum, Global Studies Association-North America, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, April 22-5, 2003

2004

Globalization and its Cybertopias, Midwest Sociological Society, Kansas City, MO, April 15-18, 2004

Alienation in the New Millennium, International Sociological Association, Research Council Conference, Conflict, Competition, Cooperation: Contemporary Sociological Theory, and Research in the XXIst Century, May 28-29, 2004

Carnival Culture as Hegemony in a Global Era, Crossroads in Consumer Culture, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL, June 2004

From Seattle to Mumbai: The People Strike Back, International Institute of Sociology, Beijing, July 2004

The Politics of the Grotesque, American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August 2004

Towards a Critical Theory of Islam, American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August 2004



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