Germany-wide climate strike week will start on 25 November and culminate with a global demonstration event on Friday, 29 November. The local group of Students For Future in Münster is organising this climate strike week in Münster with numerous information and discussion events, workshops and lectures on the subject.
On this occasion, various lecturers at the Institute of Sociology will open their courses and take up the topic from different perspectives:
- Power elites and climate movement (Dr. Björn Wendt)
Tuesday, 26.11.2019, 12:15-13:45, SCH 121.520
- Social Connectedness and Social Climate (Prof. Dr. Matthias Grundmann)
Tuesday, 26.11.2019, 14:15-15:45, SCH 121.5 (Lecture hall)
- The dystopias and utopias of the climate movement (Dr. Björn Wendt)
Tuesday, 26.11.2019, 18:15-19:45, SCH 121.554
- Colloquium "Social Science Education" (Prof. Dr. Andrea Szukala)
"Perspectives of participating young people in Münster on the climate movement Fridays for Future"
Tuesday, 26.11.2019, 18.15, SCH 110.812
- Climate change from the point of view of a sociologist (Dr. Roland Schindler)
Wednesday, 27.11.2019, 16:15-17:45, SCH 121.554
- Systems Theoretical Concerns about the Shortage of Time in the Climate Discourse (Dr. Peter Isenböck)
Thursday, 28.11.2019, 10:15-11:45, SCH 121.555
- Zur Ausbeutung der Ressource menschliche Arbeitskraft in der Industriegesellschaft. Nachhaltigkeit und Gute Arbeit (Prof. Dr. Stefanie Ernst)
Donnerstag, 28.11.2019, 10:15–11:45 Uhr, SCH 121.5 (Hörsaal)
On 27 November 2019, the first Institute Colloquium of this winter semester will take place at IfS. Hanns Wienold, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, will give a lecture on "India on the Way to Global Informality". Against the background of his new book "Indien heute - Die Armut bleibt unbesiegt", Hanns Wienold illuminates the connection between economic growth, impoverishment and ethnic, religious and social conflicts in India.
The Institute of Sociology invites all interested persons to this lecture next Wednesday, 27 November 2019 from 18:15. The event will take place in room 553a (conference room on 1st floor).