26 Oct - 28 Oct 2023
"insecurity and 'post-history': are freedom, democracy, and rational approaches to problems-solving doomed?
Organizer International Social Theory Consortium
Room BX A2.51
Regensburger Allee 16 - viale Ratisbona, 16
Departments Press and Events
Prof. Ilaria Riccioni
The ISTC is a grouping of teaching and research programs in social theory around the planet. The annual conference provides a forum to discuss issues of importance to understanding current times and trends.
The Consortium's primary activity is the organization and hosting of annual conferences, usually (but neither exclusively nor necessarily) alternating between Europe and North America. Recent conferences were held in Knoxville and Tampa (online), in Dubrovnik, Croatia (2019), Chicago, Illinois (2018), Innsbruck, Austria (2017), Ames, Iowa (2016), Cambridge, UK (2015), and Knoxville, Tennessee (2014). The annual conference provides a forum for social and political theorists to discuss issues of importance to understanding current times and trends.
Harry F. Dahms, (University Of Tennessee – Knoxville), Daniel Krier (Iowa State University), Eric R. Lybeck (Manchester University), Ilaria Riccioni (Free University Bolzano), Steffen Roth (La Rochelle Business School), Christopher Schlembach (University Of Vienna), Stephen Turner (University Of South Florida), Frank Welz (University Of Innsbruck), Krešimir Žažar (University Of Zagreb), And others