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In Search of Cosmopolitan Data and Research Methods

8-9 (and 10) December 2014, Paris

 

 

DAY 1 – Monday 8 December 2014

 

9:00-10:30: The need for a cosmopolitan turn in the social sciences – Ulrich Beck & Sabine Selchow

 

10:30-12:30pm: CosmoClimate 1: The work packages

1.     Cosmopolitan Publicness: Ingrid Volkmer

2.     Low Carbon Innovation: David Tyfield

3.     Greening World Cities: Anders Blok

4.     Cosmopoltan Reasoning and Social Governance of Risk: Young-Hee Shim & Sang-Jin Han

5.     Security Governance and Global Risks: Sabine Selchow

 

12:30-14:00 Lunch

 

14:00-15:30:  Cosmopolitan Objects of Analysis, Methods and Practices I

1.     Data-mining of existing statistical data-sets: What makes it cosmopolitan?: Benedikt Kohler

2.     Crowd-sourcing as a cosmopolitan research practice: Potentials and problems: Fuyuki Kurasawa:

 

15:30-17:00: Methodologies of Big Data analysis in spheres of cosmopolitization – Session 1

1.     Social media and Chinese political contention: Thomas Poell

2.     Cosmopolitisation & ‘big data’ of financial risks: Tommaso Venturini & Ian Gray

 

17:00-17:30: Summary & Outlook at Day 2

 

 

DAY 2 – Tuesday 9 December 2014

 

9:00-10:30am: Methodologies of Big Data analysis in spheres of cosmopolitization – Session 2

3.     The use of twitter data to analyze the 'liveliness' of transnational issues: Noortje Marres

 

10:40-12:00: Back to the CosmoClimate Projects 1

1.     Cosmopolitan Publicness: Ingrid Volkmer

2.     Low Carbon Innovation: David Tyfield

3.     Greening World Cities: Anders Blok

4.     Security Governance and Global Risks: Sabine Selchow

5.     Zhifei Mao, Julia Guivant, Sang-Jin Han

 

12:00-14:00 Lunch

 

14:00-15:30: Back to the CosmoClimate Projects 2: Where are we going from here?

 

15:30-16:00: Summary


 

 

DAY 3 – Wednesday 10 December 2014

 

9:00-14:00: ERC Team Meeting

1.     Wrap-Up Discussions

2.     Publications

3.     Discussion of Cities Workshop at LSE

4.     The Seoul Project & EARN (Sae-Seul Park, Sang-Jin Han)


Participants:

1.   Ulrich Beck: Institute of Sociology at the Ludwig Maximilian University

2.   Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim: Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Cosmopolitan Studies

3.   Albert Groeber: Institute of Sociology at the Ludwig Maximilian University

4.   Anders Blok: Department of Sociology at the University of Copenhagen

5.   Ian Gray: Research Fellow, Sciences Po

6.   Julia Guivant: Department of Sociology and Political Science, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brasil

7.   Sang-Jin Han: Seoul National University

8.   Mary Kaldor: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

9.   Benedikt Kohler: Slow Media Institute

10.  Fuyuki Kurasawa: Department of Sociology, York University, Toronto Canada

11.  Zhifei Mao: School of Journalism and Communication at the Chinese University of Hong Kong

12.  Noortje Marres, Sociology, Goldsmiths College, University of London (only on Tuesday)

13.  Sae-Seul Park: Europe-Asia Research Network (EARN)

14.  Thomas Poell: New Media and Digital Culture at the Department of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam

15.  Sabine Selchow: Institute of Sociology at the Ludwig Maximilian University and LSE

16.  Line Marie Thorsen: Department of Arts and Cultural Studies at the University of Copenhagen

17.  David Tyfield: Department of Sociology at Lancaster University

18.  Ingrid Volkmer: School of Culture and Communication at University of Melbourne

19.  Young-Hee Shim: Hanyang University, Seoul

20.  Tommaso Venturini: MediaLab, Sciences Po

21.  Michel Wieviorka: Administrateur de la FMSH and Directeur d'etudes a l'EHESS, Paris

 

     12. EARN's Seoul Project wins formal approval by the Seoul City Parliament
     10. The official EARN website is now live!