Contemporary Social Movements and the Social Forum Process:

From the Global to the Local

June 21, 2010

General Lectures 100 and Manoogian 150 and 154

Wayne State University

Detroit, MI




This conference is co-sponsored by the Center for Peace and Conflict at Wayne State University, 

the Political Economy of World-Systems section of the American Sociological Association, the journal Critical Sociology, the Program on Global Studies at the University of California-Riverside, theInstitute for Research on World-Systems at the University of California-Riverside, the Global Studies Association, the World Society Foundation and Sociologists Without Borders.


The Transnational Social Movements Research Working Group and the University of California-Riverside has a project web site at


The Peoplesí University of the USSF is at


The Main USSF 2010 web page is at USSF meeting


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