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Online seminar Research School Political History

26 March 2021 the webinar Rethinking repertoires: popular politics in the long nineteenth century, took place online. The inspiration of this seminar is Charles Tilly’s work on protest repertoires. According to his work, repertoires of popular protest changed fundamentally along the nineteenth century. One of the participants Melle Koletzki wrote an impression of the discussion. Read the report of M.Koletzki Continue reading

Research seminar, Ghent 29 May 2020

Rethinking repertoires: how ordinary people conducted politics in the nineteenth century.
Our seminar on 19th century popular politics and the ways in which ordinary people could shape the world around them is now open for registration. Our starting point is the work of the eminent historical sociologist Charles Tilly, who put forth the idea of protest repertoires. Continue reading