International Conference: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on European Solidarity

Bristol, United Kingdom

24-25 June 2019

International Conference: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on European Solidarity

 

24-25 June 2019

University of the West of England (Bristol, UK)

 

Conference programme, abstracts, and other information are available here:

eurosolidarity.com

 

Programme

 

DAY 1: 24 June 2019

 

09:00-09:30 

Registration and Welcome Address (Noelle Quenivet & Francesco Tava)

 

9:30-11:00 Keynote Lecture

Andrea Sangiovanni (EUI/King's College): Why is Freedom of Movement in the EU Worth Preserving?

 

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

 

11:30-13:30 Panel A: Triggering Solidarity

​Karolin-Sophie Stüber (HFPH Munich): Understanding Solidarity as "Thinking without a Banister". Revisiting Hannah Arendt's Thoughts 

​Egle Dagilyte (Anglia Ruskin University): European Solidarity beyond Law: Posted Workers as a Case Study

Ann-Kathrin Reinl (GESIS Cologne): ​What Triggers Transnational Solidarity?

 

13:30-15:00 Lunch Break

 

15:00-17:00 Panel B: Actors and Social Objects

​Alessandro Volpe (UniSR Milan): Habermas' Account of Solidarity for Europe: A Critical Reading

Carlo Burelli (University of Eastern Piedmont): Legitimacy through Solidarity in the European Landscape

Alexander Heindl (HFPH Munich): Solidaristic Practices as a Form of Democratic Empowerment

 

17:00-18:30 Reception and Networking

 

18:30-20:30 Agora Europe: 'Solidarity and Europe' | 27th instalment of the itinerant symposium conceived by Caterina Di Fazio with Nadia Urbinati and Etienne Balibar. 

Speakers: Egle Dagilyte, Darian Meacham, Lydia Mitton, Abdi Mohamed, Ciaran Mundy, Noelle Quenivet, Andrea Sangiovanni, Frank Vandenbroucke. Chair: Francesco Tava.

 

DAY 2: 25 June 2019

 

09:00-10:30 Research Pilot: Solidarity, Bioethics, and RRI

​Darian Meacham (University of Maastricht): Bringing Solidarity into Responsible Innovation​

Peter West-Oram (BSMS): Technological Development and the Changing Boundaries of Solidarity Groups

Chair: Robert Gianni (SciencePo Paris)

 

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break

 

10:45-12:45 Panel C: ​Contested Definitions and Practices

​Andreas Busen (University of Hamburg): (European) Solidarity: A Realist View

Marie Wachinger (FU Berlin): EU Solidarity Based on What Relation?

Eva Fleischmann (LMU Munich): Solidarity Practices: Contrasting Cases Concerning the Voluntary Work with Refugees

 

12:45-13:45 Lunch Break

 

13:45-15:45 Panel D: Redistribution and Cooperation

Vassilis P. Tzevelekos (University of Liverpool) & ​Dimitrios Kagiaros (University of Exeter): Judge-Imposed Standards of Solidarity vis-à-vis Vulnerable (Groups of) Individuals: A Critique of the Approach of the ECtHR's Grand Chamber

Frank Vandenbrouke (University of Amsterdam): Solidarity in the European Monetary Union: What the People Think and What we Ought to Think

 

15:45-16:00 Coffee Break

 

16:00-17:30 Panel E: (Un-)Solidarities

​Dagmar Wilhelm (UWE Bristol): Transnational Solidarity as Negative Solidarity

Harriet Gray (University of Liverpool): Understanding the Solidarities of the Common European Asylum System: Diverse, Incoherent and Political

Yasha Maccanico (University of Bristol): The European Agenda on Migration: Make-Believe Solidarity to Undermine both Solidarity and Rights in Pursuit of Strategic Policy Goals  

 

17:30-19:00 Workshop (Roundtable and Discussions following Panel E)

 

 

Organisers: 

Francesco Tava (UWE Bristol)

Noelle Quenivet (UWE Bristol)

 

Sponsors:

Bristol Law School

Department of Health and Social Sciences of UWE Bristol

NewHoRRIzon

Royal Institute of Philosophy

Social Science in the City

Social Science Research Group of UWE Bristol



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