Intellectuals and Politics

Friday, July 18, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: 303
RC16 Sociological Theory (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Patrick BAERT, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
The Prime Function of Intellectuals and New Conditions of Framing Social Imaginary (Oral Presentation)
Barbara MISZTAL, University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Exile from Exile: The Political Theory of Judith N. Shklar (Oral Presentation)
Andreas HESS, University College Dublin, Ireland

“Intellectuals” in Gramsci's Prison Notebooks: An Active Relationship As a Key Concept (Oral Presentation)
Tomihisa SUZUKI, Momoyama Gakuin University, Japan

Explaining Intellectuals: A Proposal (Oral Presentation)
Patrick BAERT, Cambridge University, United Kingdom; Marcus MORGAN, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

The Social Role of Organic Intellectual: Four Amendments to Gramsci (Oral Presentation)
Mohammed BAMYEH, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Prosper Or Deteriorate : Modern Millennium's Path To Happiness (Distributed Paper)
Donrudee SUWANKIRI, Srinakarinwirot University, Thailand

Antonio Gramsci's Prison Notebooks on the Role of 'the Intellectual' Meets Social Responsibility Theory (Distributed Paper)
Zanetta L. JANSEN, University of South Africa, South Africa

The Role of Intellectuals in the Construction of Public Policies: The Example of the Educational Reform of Vichy (Distributed Paper)
Juliette FONTAINE, Univ Paris I, Sorbonne, CESSP CRPS, France

Dilemmas and Politics in Chicago: The Theory and Practice of Addams, Alinsky, and Obama (Distributed Paper)
Erik SCHNEIDERHAN, University of Toronto, Canada

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