History as Sociology, Sociology as History
On 27 August 2014, the School of Sociology, University College Dublin, will host a one-day conference on the theme of ‘History as Sociology, Sociology as History’.
Participants include Peter Burke (Cambridge), Michael Mann (UCLA), Dennis Smith (Loughborough) and – to be confirmed – Maria Lúcia Pallares Burke (Cambridge), as well as Stephen Mennell, Siniša Malesević , Steve Loyal, Robert Gerwarth and Andreas Hess of UCD.
There is no conference fee, and all are welcome. Further information from: Oskar.Milik@ucdconnect.ie
|10.15||Registration and coffee|
|10.55||Steve Loyal: Conference Opening|
|11.00||Michael Mann: ‘Have Societies Evolved?’Response by Dennis Smith and discussion|
|12.00||Peter Burke: ‘Comparison in History’Response by Andreas Hess and discussion|
|14.00||Stephen Mennell: ‘Sociogenesis and Psychogenesis: Norbert Elias’s Historical Social Psychology as a Research Tradition in Comparative Historical Sociology’Response by Steve Loyal and discussion
|15.20||Sinisa Malesevic: ‘The End of War and Historical Sociology’Response by Robert Gerwarth and discussion|
|16.20||Steve Loyal: Closing Remarks|