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13th ESA Conference Report Athens 2017 – ESA

2018, issue 41, Christian Fuchs and Frank Welz: The 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association took place from August 29 until September 1st, 2017, in Athens, Greece. The conference theme was “(Un)Making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities”. With 3.581 participants, it was the largest event in the 25-year long history of the organisation.

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ESA Office Communiqué – Gisèle Tchinda-Falcucci

2018, issue 41, Ricca Edmondson: We’d like to say farewell and bon voyage to Gisèle Tchinda-Falcucci, who worked at the heart of the ESA in Paris from the summer of 2006 until November 2017. Initially she was confined in a shared office where the attached meeting-rooms, as I well remember, had no windows.

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ESA Office Communiqué – Dagmar Danko

2018, issue 41, Dagmar Danko: In October 2016, I took up the position of Executive Coordinator at the European Sociological Association. For me, a true European, joining an international organisation acting for and operated by academics from some 50+ countries might have seemed unsurprising, but there is hardly anything coincidental about me working for the ESA.

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ESA Office Communiqué – Andreia Batista Dias

2018, issue 41, Andreia Batista Dias: In January 2017 I applied for a position at the European Sociological Association, just a few steps away from the classrooms where I was studying at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS-Paris). I had just graduated with a master’s degree in sociology and I was looking for new experiences before deciding on my academic career.

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President's Message

2018, issue 41, Sue Scott: I am delighted to be writing this report for the first issue of the new look European Sociologist, under the editorship of Dr. Dagmar Danko, and I do hope that you all agree that it looks good and will be an excellent focus for information, communication and debate. It is now just over six months since I was elected as President of the ESA and a very busy been six months it has been!

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