Join us for the Mobilization conference on Social Movements and Protest: Ethnicity, Race, and Nonviolence on May 4-5, 2018!

The second conference at San Diego State University is planned as an informal and friendly gathering to present your current work, discuss it with others, network, and, generally, ponder the new directions in which our field is heading. Plenary sessions will emphasize strategies, tactics, and nonviolent approaches to social change about racial and ethnic issues. For open-call sessions, your research on a variety of topics is invited.

The last year’s conference was a great success: 140 attendees, 123 presenters, 34 paper sessions, and engaging plenary sessions. We invite all our colleagues studying social movements to our second gathering. Hotel rooms are available in historic Old Town San Diego, an easy trolley ride to the university and a 10-minute ride to San Diego’s scenic harbor, Seaport Village, and Gas Lamp Quarter.