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【国际会议信息】RCSL Annual Meeting Lisbon September 2018

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- Guidelines based on the draftsubmitted to the RCSL Board in Mexico City, 20 June 2017, updated after the 2ndmeeting of the Local Organizing Committee held at ISCTE-IUL, 11 July 2017, the1st meeting of PG with the Dinâmia’CET Staff, 12 July 2017, and 3rdmeeting of the Local Organizing Committee of 18 September, which took placewith the participation of MasayukiMurayama.

 

 

  1. StructuralArrangements

 

(A)  InstitutionalSetting

 

RCSL 2018 AnnualMeeting Lisbon, 10-13 September, is co-sponsored by the Thematic Section forSociology of Law and Justice of the Portuguese Sociological Association and isat the same time the 3rd Annual Meeting of that Thematic Section.

 

The meeting isorganized by Dinâmia’CET, a research unit of ISCTE-IUL, to which PierreGuibentif, chair of the Local Organizing Committee, belongs. The agreementbetween Dinâmia’CET and RCSL concerning this mission was submitted to FernandoLuís Machado, Vice-Rector of ISCTE-IUL in a preparatory meeting held on 7 Julyand confirmed at the occasion of a meeting between Fernando Luís Machado andMasayuki Murayama, President of RCSL, held on 18 September 2017.

 

 

(B)   OrganizingBodies

 

(a)  Organizing Committee (twocomponents: (i) people from the RCSL Board responsible for the follow up of thepreparation of the meeting; (ii) local organisingcommittee)

 

(i)  RCSL: Masayuki Murayama (Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan, Pres.RCSL); Dani Rudnicki (Porto Alegre); Ralf Rogowski(Warwick)

 

(ii)  Local organizingcommittee:

 

-  Pierre Guibentif (chair; coord. Sociology of Law and Justice Sectionof the Portuguese Sociological Association - SLJ-sct. PSA / Lisbon ISCTE-IUL,Dinâmia’CET)

- One representative ofCES-Coimbra, replacing António Casimiro Ferreira (coord. SLJ-sct. PSA / CESCoimbra) (to be indicated byACF)

- Sílvia Gomes (coord. SLJ-sct.PSA / Braga,CICS.NOVA.UMinho)

-  Maria Eduarda Gonçalves (ISCTE-IUL, Dinâmia’CET; senior researcher,law,economics)

-  António Pedro Dores (ISCTE-IUL, CIES, senior researcher, sociologyofviolence)

-  Catarina Frois (ISCTE-IUL, CRIA, researcher, anthropology oflaw)

- Susana Santos (ISCTE’IUL, CIES,junior researcher, sociology oflaw)

- Gabriela Farinha (ISCTE-IUL, Dinâmia’CET,junior researcher, sociology oflaw)

 

(b)   Scientificcommittee:

 

ÁlvaroLaborinho Lúcio (Portugal) António Manuel Hespanha (Portugal) Boaventura deSousa Santos (Portugal) Helena Machado (Portugal)

Ji Weidong(China)

LashaBregvadze (Tbilissi)

Manuel A. Gomez(Florida International University College of Law, USA) Manuela Ivone Cunha(Portugal)

Susan Sterett(USA, University of Maryland, USA) Wanda Capeller (France, Brasil)

 

According toRCSL Practice over the last years, the Scientific Committee includes also themembers of the Organizing Committee.

 

Tasks:Appreciation of the sessions proposed / abstracts presented; approval of thefinal programme.

 

 

(C)   Topic /Call

 

The topic – “Law and Citizenship beyond theStates” – was accepted by the RCSL Board at México City. – The complete callwas discussed at the 18 September 2017 meeting, its final version approved bythe RCSL President.

 

The call opensat 15 October with the launching of the meeting’s website (below section H). Itcloses at 15 December. Results will be evaluated at end of November. Accordingto this evaluation, the deadline could be extended to 15 January.

 

 

(D)   Programme

 

(a)  Scientific Programme: threemain components: (i) plenary sessions; (ii) paper sessions (α) organized by theRCSL working groups; (β) paper sessions organized by the Sociology of Law andJustice Section of the Portuguese Sociological Association; (γ) paper sessionsproposed by other interested people and accepted by the scientific committee;(δ) paper sessions organized by the meeting’s organizing committee groupingabstracts not included in the previously mentioned sessions; (iii) businessmeetings and similar events: RCSL Board meeting; RCSL Business Meeting (theorganization of such a meeting in Lisbon was decided by the Board in MexicoCity); announcement of the Podgorecki Prize winner 2018; SLJ Sct. APS BusinessMeeting. It will also include Oñati Sessions (after the encouraging experienceof Vienna and Mexico), as well as other sessions opening space to students forthe presentation of master or PhD dissertation projects in progress ; “MethodCafes” (“Method seminars”?), “Author meets public” Sessions, sessions aiming atfavouring the networking between researchers, as well as, if possible, visitsto relevant Portuguese institutions and / or other research institutions (asession at CES Lisbon is already under preparation). Final programme to beapproved by mid April 2018. – A time for a short presentation of the 2019 RCSLMeeting / 30th Anniversary of IISL should also bescheduled.

 

(i)   Plenary sessions: The Local Organizing Committee considers theorganization of four plenary sessions (for an updated information, see therelevant document on the GDrive of the Organizing Committee; titles still to beconfirmed):

 

 

(1) A session “Law, Justice andSociety in Portugal – National Trends, International Connections” gatheringpersonalities who played a crucial role in the development of sociology of lawand justice in Portugal, to introduce the participants to the state of thefield in the country and to the possible connections between current trends inPortugal and issues of global relevance (resp.PG).

 

(2) A plenary session “Prison andState – Intersections and (Re)Configurations”, considering the acute relevanceof the topic in particular in Portugal and in Brasil and its links to thegeneral topic of the meeting (resp. MIC, SG,APD).

 

(3) A plenary session on“Individual and Collective Legal-Political Agency: From InterpresonalInteractions to Ethical Relations” (resp. APD,GF).

 

(4) A plenary session on “Law andCitizenship above the states” (provisional title; resp. PG, MEG, SS).

 

The order ofthe panels in the programme still has to be decided. Responsible persons haveto prepare proposals of final titles and names of participants; invitationssent; first positive answers received; procedure to be concluded as soon aspossible, at the latest end of October (initial planning: end of September).

 

 

(ii)   and (iii) Paper sessions: Paper sessions will be designed afterevaluation of the abstracts of sessions and papers received. The provisionalgeneral programme schedule here proposed (next page) allows to host thefollowing number ofsessions:

 

Minimal format:6 times slots x 12 rooms (see point “Facilities” below: 11 classrooms + 1auditorium) x 4 papers = 288 papers in 72 sessions.

 

Maximal format (using the additional time slots): 9 time slots x 12rooms x 4 papers = 432 papers in 108 sessions.

 

This should be far more space than necessary, since we expect about150-200 participants. Apart from chairs, discussants could be appointed.

(b)   Coffee breaks / Lunches: to be delivered on the site of theconference.

 

(c)  Social Programme: to bedesigned by September 2017 (should include notably: reception of participant;dinner; final event, possibly boat trip on theriver).

 

(d)  Publication of the programme:(i) on the meeting website from end of October 2017 on (first outline withplenary sessions), with regular updates; (ii) ways of an ecologically smartprinted version should be studied, to be distributed to the interested participant(recycled paper, rational use of the available space; the registration formshould include a field: “wishes to receive a hard copy of the programme / ornot”).

 

First proposal of a general programme schedule

 

 

Monday 10 Sept.

Tuesday 11 Sept.

Wed. 12 Sept.

Thursday 13 Sept

         

9:00am

Reception

     
         

9:30am

Opening Ceremony

Plenary 1

Plenary 2

Plenary 3

   

(9:30-11:15)

(9:30-11:15)

(9:30-11:15)

10:00am

       
 

“Portuguese Panel”

     
 

(10:15-12:30; c. break)

     
         

11:00am

       
 

(Coffee Break)

(Coffee Break)

(Coffee Break)

(Coffee Break)

   

Business Mt. WG

Business Mt. RCSL

Closing Panel

   

Business Mt. TS-SLJ-PSA

11:30-12.30

Podgorecki Prize

12:00pm

 

11:30-12.30

 

(11:30-13:00)

         
         
         

1:00pm

       
         
 

Paper sessions

Paper sessions

Paper sessions

Paper sessions

 

1:30pm-3:15pm

1:30pm-3:15pm

1:30pm-3:15pm

1:30pm-3:15pm

2:00pm

     

(additional, if necess.)

         
         
         

3:00pm

       
 

(Coffee Break)

(Coffee Break)

(Coffee Break)

 
 

Paper sessions

Paper sessions

Paper sessions

Paper sessions

 

3:30pm-5:15pm

3:30pm-5:15pm

3:30pm-5:15pm

3:30pm-5:15pm

4:00pm

     

(additional, if necess.)

         
         
         

5:00pm

       
         
 

RCSL Board Meeting

Paper sessions

   
   

5:30pm-7:15pm

   

6:00pm

+ Paper sessions if nec.

(additional, if necess.)

Panel organized by

 
     

CES; at CES Lisbon

 
   

Visits of institutions?

   
   

(Constitutional Court?)

   

7:00pm

       
         
 

Reception

     
         

8:00pm

 

Dinner

Social Event

 
         
         
         

 

(E)   Facilities

 

The followingfacilities were booked at ISCTE-IUL for 10-13 September 2018:

 

Balcão Receção(Reception desk), B1.01, B1.02 (Meeting Rooms), B1 (Átrio Piso 1 [Atrium 1stfloor]), B2 (Átrio Piso 2 [Atrium 2nd floor])

 

Auditório[Auditorium] B2.03 (about 170 seats)

 

Classroomsfor panel sessions: B2.01, B2.02, C2.01, C2.02, C3.01, C3.02, C4.01, C4.02,C4.06,

C4.07, C2.05 

 

(F)   Financial arrangements / Budget /Fees

 

As organizingentity, Dinamia’CET will endorse the financial management of the event,according to the rules applying to the ISCTE-IUL research units. In particularit will receive the fees and make the financial arrangements for the payment ofthe necessary goods and services.

 

According toapplicable rules, an overhead of 20% is deduced from all amounts received (feesand subventions), to cover the expenses of ISCTE-IUL and Dinâmia’CET-IUL.

  

The fee wouldshould not include the participation in the dinner and in the social event(boat trip on the Tejo river, with dinner), to be charged separately.

 

Fees:Considering the fees of the IISL 2009 Meeting, the RCSL 2013 Toulouse Meeting,and the RCSL 2015 Canoas Meeting, the price structure will be the following:

 

 

until 31 May 2018

from 1 June 2018 on

Non-members high income

countries  (Cat. A ISA / World Bank)

250 €

280 €

Members of sponsoring  associations* high income

countries

200 €

230 €

Non-members other countries

150 €

170 €

Members other countries

120 €

140 €

Students / Persons without

employment

50 €

60 €

 

There will betwo relevant deadlines for the payment of the fees:

31 March for people who presented papers of session proposals. Theirinclusion in the final programme will be under the condition of this payment.

 

31 May forthe reduced fee.

 

Sponsoring associations:RCSL, ISA, Portuguese APS, Portuguese Anthropological Association; arrangementscould be negotiated with other relevant associations (Portuguese Associationfor Anthropology, Ordem dos Advogados, Associação dos Juízes Portugueses,Sindicato dos Magistrados do Ministério Público, etc.

 

                                                                                                  

 

3 keynote speakers from Europe - flights

3  keynote speakers from Europe -

€350*3

1050,00

accommodation

€80*3p.*5nights

1200,00

3 keynote speakers from overseas -

flights

 

€1100*3

 

3300,00

3 keynote speakers from overseas -

accommodation

 

€80*3p.*5nights

 

1200,00

6  keynote speakers national - travel

€100*6

600,00

6 keynote speakers national -

accommodation

 

€80*6p.*4nights

 

1920,00

Room  rental

Sponsored  by ISCTE-IUL

0,00

 

Merchandizing*

Sponsored by ISCTE-IUL - submit

request  JAN2018

 

0,00

A1 posters and other  printings

€30*10

300,00

Programme printing

€4*100

400,00

Disclosure in social  networks

 

100,00

Website costs

 

150,00

Publication

 

2000,00

Coffee breaks

€2,5*4days*2*200p

4000,00

Lunches for the invited

€15*15p*4days

900,00

Lunches for participants

€5*150*4days

3000,00

Closing  Dinner

€25*25p

625,00

 

Water bottles (1000)

Sponsored by ISCTE-IUL - submit

request  JAN2018

 

0,00

Other

 

1000,00

Compensation forparticipation intheorganization                                                                                                                             500,00

 

 

 

Overheads                                                                                                                                                                                                          4633,33

TOTAL                                                                                                                                         26878,33

 

 

* Bags,notebooks, pens, bloco, id tags

 

(G)  Partners /Donators

 

Partnerinstitutions already involved in the Portuguese answer to the RCSL call for themeeting’s organization are the three following research units: Dinâmia’CET atISCTE’IUL, CES at the Coimbra University, CICS.NOVA linked to Minho Universityin Braga and to Universidade Nova in Lisbon.

 

CRIA, aresearch unit in Anthropology operating in different universities, among whichISCTE- IUL, embarked in the project thanks to the initiative of Catarina Frois.The head of CIES-IUL, the other research unit active in Social Sciencesoperating at ISCTE-IUL, was approached on 18 July 2017 by PG and agreed withthe participation of CIES in the project.

 

Other potentialpartner entities likely to warrant additional promotion and participation, orto contribute to the funding of the event, should be listed October 2017 andapproached November 2017. Among Portuguese potential partners are associationsof legal professionals, as well as the Fundação Gulbenkian, Fundação FranciscoManuel dos Santos. Priority is to be given to Portuguese Sociological Association(APS) and to FCT – Fundação para aCiência e Tecnologia.

 

Amonginternational partners, special attention should be given to the OñatiInternational Institute for the Sociology of Law. Vincenzo Ferrari, currentlyScientific Director of IISL communicated by mail of 28 September theavailability of IISL for supporting the Lisbon Meeting by circulating thenecessary information among RCSL members.

 

As soon aspossible, the Portuguese Presidency and Parliament should be approached, for anappropriate information about the initiative, and to examine possible forms ofinstitutional support.

 

 

(H)   Promotion – Website of the RCSL 2018 Meeting

 

BrunoVasconcelos, responsible for the Communication Department of Dinâmia’CET, hasdesigned the logo of the event and set up a website. Their design has beenapproved by the organizing committee on 18 September. As contents, it willinclude:

-  a general introduction to theevent.

-  The call.

-  Initially an outline of the programme, to be completed /updated.

-  An agenda (possibly with count downcalendar.

-  Indication of organizing entities, with relevantlinks.

- Indication of confirmedpartners and donators, with relevantlinks.

- Information about Lisbon andISCTE-IUL.

-  Relevant documents (papers,etc.).

- A user’s interface facilitating(i) the submission of abstracts; (ii) submission of sessions by chairs of RCSLworking groups ; (iii) the payment of the fee (as well additional items); (iv)the ordering of vegetarian lunches; of a printed version of the programme; (v)the recording of the data necessary for issuing receipts; (vi) the upload ofpapers.

- A photo gallery about Lisbonand the event, and, after the meeting, video recording of some plenary sessions.

 

URL addressof the site: https://www.rcsl-sdj-lisbon2018.com/

 

A poster wasproduced using the logo of the event, and circulated on 4 October 2017 (seeAnnex).

 

Mail drawing the attention on the recentpublication of the meetings site should be sent in October 2017 to: (i) membersof organizing entities, (ii) chairs of RCSL Working groups; (iii) potential oractual partner institutions.

 

The Libraryof ISCTE-IUL should be, as far as possible, involved in the promotion of theevent.

 

 

(I)   Publication

 

The Dinâmia’CETstaff (Maria José Rodrigues) raised the point of a possible publication of themeeting in the Proceedings series published by Dinâmia’CET.

 

Organizers ofsessions should be encouraged to publish their work in relevant journals (amongthem the Portuguese Journal of Social Science and Oñati Socio-Legal Series).The Organizing Committee should consider the publication of the results of theplenary sessions.

 

Apart from suchinitiatives, however, it would fully make sense to publish the papers presentedand uploaded for the meeting in proceedings that would give a more completeaccount of the event. Papers should be reviewed by the Scientific Committee.Proceedings could be divided in several thematic volumes, part of them to be publishedbe Dinâmia’CET, part of the by partner centres.

 

Final decisionson this point should be taken at the end of the meeting. But the prospect ofsuch a publication should be already mentioned in the promotion material aboutthe Conference, and in its call.

 

In its currentversion, the budget includes a modest amount for publication costs. The finalamount available will depend on the effective audience and on the results ofour fund raising campaign (see above section G).

 

 

(J)   Photos and videorecording

 

Possibilitiesof having the plenary sessions recorded should be studied. Measures should betaken to take photos of important moments of the meeting.

 

 

(K)   Languages

 

The event willbe bilingual English / Portuguese. Plenary sessions will be held in English.Sessions in other languages (Spanish; French ?) could be authorized by theOrganizing Committee.

 

 

 

  1. Operations

 

(A)   Next preparatorymeeting

 

21 November2017; 13.00. Agenda to be circulated later.

 

 

 

 

(B)   Main workingpackages

 

(i)   Preparation of the plenarysessions

 

-  End July: First design

-  End July- September: first contacts with potentialparticipants

-  End September – Early october: invitationsconfirmed

-  April: travel and accommodation arrangements for invitedpeople

- CES Coimbra will organize apanel in the facilities of CES Lisboa, according to their own time schedule.

 

 

(ii)   Preparation of thecall

 

-  First draft on GDrive as soon aspossible.

-  18 September: Comments of OrganisingCommittee

-  Early october: Finalapproval

-  15 October 2017: publication on the event’swebsite.

 

 

(iii)   Promotion of theevent

 

- July 2017: Short presentationin the RCSL July Newsletter (done), as well as on the RCSL website(done).

- End September: Production of aposter and of a template for the proper identification of documents concerningtheevent.

- End September: first mail tothe members of RCSL and other relevant groupings (see Annex).

- October 2017: Launching of theofficial website; message to the mailing lists of all organizationsinvolved.

-  October-November: contacts with potential sessionorganizers.

-  Regular updates of the website of the event and promotion of theseupdates.

-  Papers in the next issues of RCSL Newsletter (December,April?).

-  Regular updates circulated via socialnetworks.

 

 

(iv)   Fund Raising and organisation ofinstitutionalinitiatives

 

-  From mid-November on, with the complete information about theConference.

 

 

(v)   Processing of the individualcontributions of theparticipants:

 

The calendarhere includes a B-plan: depending on the number of abstracts received by 15December 2017, the submission deadline could be extended to 15 January.

 

- 15 December 2017: upload ofabstract proposals for papers and sessions (B-plan: 15 January).

- 20 December distributionabstract proposals to Scientific Committee for evaluation (B-plan: 20 January 2018).

 

-  31 January 2018: Opinions on abstracts (B-plan 15 February2018).

- 28 February: Proposal ofcomplete programme; acceptance of proposals communicated to authors, asking fora final / revised version of the abstract (B-plan: 15March).

-  31 March: payment of fee by authors; upload of finalabstract.

-  15 April: final programme published on the website, withabstracts.

-  15 August: deadline for the upload of the completepapers.

-  Early September: papers made available on thewebsite.

-  10-13 September: presentation of the papers at themeeting.

-  15 October: upload of revised versions of the papers, if it is thecase.

-  End 2018: Opinions on the papers by the ScientificCommittee.

-  February: deadline for final versions of the papers to be includedin theproceedings.

 

 

(vi)  Reception, Dinner, Social Event,Catering

 

-  Potential providers to be identified autumn2017

-  Final arrangements: about March2018.

It is plannedto organize a boat trip on the Tejo river, with a dinner.

 

 

(vii)   Material preparation of theevent

 

-  From end of 2017 on: recruitment of volunteers (about 15?)

-  May-June: production of the congressmaterial

- July, Last days of August2018-first days of September: preparation of the participants congressmaterial; production of name tags; preparation of the facilities / videorecording.

  

(C)   Tasks already distributed (to becompleted)

 

 -  Invitations (see above sectionD)

-  Production of information in Portuguese : SílviaGomes

-  Maintenance of a drive for sharing relevant documents: SílviaGomes

- Social Programme and Resourcespage of the site : Susana Santos (with the support of the Dinâmia’CETstaff)

-  Minutes of meetings of the Organizing Committee: GabrielaFarinha

-  Connection with the Portuguese Antropological Association: CatarinaFrois

-  Communication strategy – with Bruno Vasconcelos: Catarina Frois andSílviaGomes.

 

  1. PreparatoryPlanning

 

 

 

 

PG,Dinâmia’CET-IUL, 12 October 2017

 

Annexes:

 

Message sentby the IISL to the RCSL members on 4 October 2017:

 

 

 

Dear RCSL Members,

 

 

We are pleased to announcethat RCSL will organize its Annual Meeting 2018 from 10 to 13 September inLisbon,

on the topic “Law and Citizenship Beyond theStates”.

 

 

The meeting isco-sponsored by the Sociologyof Law and Justice Sectionof thePortuguese Sociological Association, and is organized by Dinâmia’CET, a research unit of theUniversity Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL), with the support of CES(Coimbra), CICS.NOVA(Braga,Lisbon), CIES(ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon), and CRIA(Lisbon,Braga). A general information is to be found on the poster herewith attached.The website of the meeting will be launched on 15 October (link to be publishedon the RCSL website).The call for sessions and papers will be open from 15 October to 15December.

 

 

It will be thesecond initiative of RCSL over the year 2018, since the RCSL also participatesin the ISA World Congress in Toronto,15-21 July 2018.

 

 

Looking forward to meetingyou in Lisbon, with best wishes,

 

 

Masayuki Murayama, Presidentof RCSL

 

Pierre Guibentif, Chair ofthe Meeting’s Organizing Committee

 

 

PS: For details on thebackground and preparation of the Lisbon Meeting, see also the RCSL Newsletters2017(1)and 2017(2). The poster in printable format isaccessible on http://dinamiacet.iscte-iul.pt/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Poster_RCSL2018.pdf.