The general conference of the European Consortium for Political Research will be held in Bordeaux from 4 to 7 September. As always, the program is intimidating and hard to overlook. Here are the sessions, which appear to be of central relevance for social movement scholars, organized by time slot. Links refer to the papers on the panels, many papers are available for download on the ecpr website.

Thursday, 5 September

S09 P122 Extreme Right Mobilisation in Western Democracies and the Middle East in the Era of Globalisation and Economic Crisis, organized by Manuela Caiani (Institute for Advanced Studies) and Rossella Borri (Universit Degli Studi di Siena)

S42 P148 How Violence Ends: “Macro”, “Meso” and “Micro” Analysis of Insurgents, Terrorists, and the Way Out of Conflict, organized by Francesco N. Moro (Universitá Degli Studi di Firenze) and Manuela Caiani (Institute for Advanced Studies)

S09 P080 Democracy of the Squares. Visions and Practices of Democracy from Egypt to the United States, organized by Donatella della Porta (European University Institute) and Simon Teune (Technische Universität Berlin)

S42 P214 Negotiating Political Violence, organized by Niall O Dochartaigh (National University of Ireland Galway)

S09 P048 Collective Identities in the New Cycle of Contention, organized by Pierre Monforte (University of Leicester) and Marcos Ancelovici (McGill University)

S39 P040 Networks of Violent and Radical (collective) Action, organized by David Knoke (University of Minnesota)

S42 P219 New Methodological Approaches to Local Context and Violence, organized by Adrienne Lebas (American University)

S43 P064 Construction and Modes of Expression of Differences in Collective Action, organized by Nathalie Fuchs (Foundation Nationale Des Sciences Politiques) and Audrey Celestine

S44 P260 Politicising Aesthetics, Resisting Politics, organized by Tarja Väyrynen (University of Tampere)

S09 P223 Obstacles of Citizenship, organized by Michele Micheletti (Stockholm University)

S23 P224 Offline and Online Political Participation: Comparing Forms and Logics, organized by Thierry Vedel (Foundation Nationale Des Sciences Politiques) and Stéphanie Wojcik

S42 P259 Political Violence and the Politics of Place, organized by Mattias Wahlström (Göteborgs Universitet)

Friday, 6 September

S09 P290 Resisting the Markets. Economic Actors and Issues in Global Uprisings from the Middle-East to North-America, organized by Philip Balsiger (European University Institute) and Alice Mattoni (University of Pittsburgh)

S40 P120 Expressing Extreme Political Attitudes: Fanaticism, Radicalism, Extremism, organized by Dunya Van Troost (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

S42 P276 Radicalisation in Time and Space, organized by Daniela Pisoiu (Hamburg Universität)

S09 P314 The Consequences of the New Wave of Mobilisation, organized by Marco Giugni (University of Geneva) and Katrin Uba (Uppsala Universitet)

S24 P221 Non-State Justice Entrepreneurs in Conflict and Conflict Resolution, organized by Klaus Dieter Wolf (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt)

S26 P299 Social Movements and Civil Society, organized by Esra Akgemci (Ankara University)

S42 P306 Temporality in the Study of Political Violence, organized by Lorenzo Bosi and Donagh Davis (both European University Institute)

S07 P037 Citizenship – Diversity, Participation and Learning, organized by Niels Kristensen (Aalborg Universitet)

S09 P337 The Heterogeneity of Diffusion Processes in Contemporary Social Movements, organized by Eduardo Romanos (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and Lorenzo Mosca (European University Institute)

S42 P387 Times of (Counter-)Terrorism: Remembering, Knowing and Practicing Political Violence, organized by Charlotte Heath Kelly (University of Warwick) and Lee Jarvis (Swansea University)

S19 P300 Social Movements and Deliberative Democracy: Is there a Countervailing Power in Europe?, organized by Carsten Herzberg (Universität Potsdam) and Yves Sintomer (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

Saturday, 7 September

S23 P338 The Impact of Digital Technology on Contemporary Repertoires of Contention, organized by François Briatte (Université de Grenoble) and Yana Breindl (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

S31 P039 Clandestine Political Violence, organized by Lorenzo Bosi (European University Institute)

S31 P067 Contested World Orders II: Agents of Contestation in Global Governance, organized by Matthew Stephen and Michael Zürn (both Wissenschaftzentrum Für Sozialforschung (WZB) Berlin)

S39 P298 Social Movements, organized by Mario Diani (Universita Degli Studi di Trento)

S20 P418 Women’s Political Activism in Right Wing and Fundamentalist Organisations, organized by Eileen Connolly (Dublin City University)

S23 P420 Young Citizens’ Socially Mediated Voice in a Cold Economic Climate: Revising Equality and Online Participation, organized by Brian Loader (University of York)

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