Gender match

  • PhD students writing about gender and sexuality related topic.
  • We discuss research questions, research design, theories, methodologies and our papers.
  • Discussions are in Czech or English based on who attends.

Contact: Kateřina Nedbálková

 General match

  • PhD students oriented on theory, ethnography and interviews.
  • We discuss research questions, research design, theories, methodologies and our papers.
  • Discussions are in Czech or English based on who attends.

Contact: Kateřina Nedbálková

Dílenské práce v sociální teorii

Skupina s akronymem ATHOS má přesný název "Dílenské práce v sociální teorii" a její náplní je kritické studium a společné diskuse autorských i jiných sociologických textů vynikajících vyšší mírou konceptuální a výkladové abstrakce.

Contact: Radim Marada

Kvantigroup

is a group that meets approximately twice a month to discuss texts written by its members or by invited guests. The texts presented at the meetings use quantitative methodology and cover various topics, even though the most prevalent are topics related to family and stratification. The group is open to all who use quantitative methodology in their research, from master students to professors.

Contact: Zuzana Žilinčíková

Supper Club

  • A platform for students and faculty to discuss their own papers and drafts.
  • Most of us share a concern for cultural sociology, but we welcome other approaches as well.
  • The papers and the discussion will always be in English.

For Supper Club Rules click here.

Contact: Werner Binder

PoCo Studies

  • Our main activity is revolving around monthly meetings to discuss key texts in postcolonial theory and criticism. Our aim is to grasp better understanding of core issues in the social sciences via focus on global narratives of race, power, and identity.
  • Members of the Poco group voluntarily organize discussions about books, articles or movies related to the theme of the meetings.
  • Come and join us whether you are studying in the Czech or the international programs. Our meetings are always in English!

Contact: Elaheh Mohammadi

Pragmatic circle

A cluster of students studying various aspects of political culture (from environmental disputes to memory politics) in dialogue with French pragmatic sociology.

Irregular meetings revolve around topical readings, newly published articles, drafts brought into the circle or interpretative problems encountered in our research.

Contact: Csaba Szaló

Center for the Cultural Sociology of Migration

The Center seeks to bring cultural sociology and migration studies into closer conversation. We see migration as one of the most important issues in societies around the world, whether with regard to the refugee “crisis,” migrant integration, or “failed” multiculturalism.

Join us for monthly meetings in which students and faculty come together to discuss a migration-related text (submitted by a member or an outside colleague).

Contact: Nadya Jaworsky

 

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