The TRANSGANG Training Seminars (TTS) constitute the core and the meeting point of the activity of the researchers of the TRANSGANG project.
The seminars have an interdisciplinary vocation and are designed to facilitate deepening of specific aspects for the project researchers, as well as to become a forum for intellectual exchange between them. Following this vocation, two types of seminars have been planned: technical and scientific. The former seek to address specific issues related to ethical procedures, data protection and technical resources for the TRANSGANG Research Team. These seminars will last three hours, although their duration can be modified depending on the theme presented. For their part, the two-hour scientific seminars intend that the different researchers of the project share analysis and contextual aspects of the ethnographic locations, they will be open to the academic community, especially doctoral students. For this, in this second type of seminars, the participation of local researchers (LR) and visiting academics will be sought during the implementation of the project and in accordance with the research phase in which we find ourselves. The former seeks to address cross-cutting issues that will facilitate the tasks of comparative analysis. These seminars will last two hours, although their duration can be modified depending on the theme presented. All these seminars will be face-to-face and virtual, and open to the academic community, especially doctoral students, and the general public.
 
2022 
Forthcoming
 
1. 2022-04-22. Comparative Perspectives: First results using NVivo: Americas. Carles Feixa, Fulvia Márquez, Candy Chévez, Ligia Laviella, William D. Ross
2. 2022-03-18. Comparative Perspectives: First results using NVivo: South Europe. Luca Queirolo, Eduard Ballesté, Maria Oliver, Paolo Grassi, Juan Mansilla
3. 2022-02-18. Comparative Perspectives: First results using NVivo: North Africa. Jose Sánchez-García, Sihem Najjar, Kamel Boucherf, Rachid Touthou 
4. 2022-01-19. Gender perspective in TRANSGANG analyses. Nele Hansen.
 
2021
 
(17/06/2021). Ariadna Fernández-Planells. Gangs and Social Media.
 
(09/06/2021) Liberarte. TRANSGANG Training Seminar. Concert
 
 
(03/06/2021) Carles Feixa, Julio Monge. Transgang Training Seminar "Conversando con LiberArte.
 
(13/05/2021). Carles Feixa, Fulvia Márquez, Candy Chévez, Ligia Lavielle, William D. Ross. Perspectivas comparativas III: Grupos Juveniles de calle en las Américas.
 
 
 
(24/03/2021). Margot Mecca. Filmando grupos de calle: antropología visual y documentales.
 
 
(15/01/2021) Luca Queirolo, Eduard Ballesté, Maria Oliver, Paolo Grassi, Juan Mansilla. Perspectivas comparativas II: Grupos Juveniles de calle en el Sur de Europa.
 
 
2020
 
(11/12/2020). Jose Sánchez, Kamel Bourcherf, Rachid Touhtouh, Sihem Najjar. Perspectivas comparativas I: Grupos Juveniles de calle en el Magreb
 
 
(19/11/2020).  Maria Jose Massanet. Youth Street Groups, Media and Representations: from Stigma and Blaming to Resistance and Reaffirmation
 
(23/09/2020). Adam Brisley. Mediation and Public Policies in TRANSGANG project.
 
 
(05/05/2020). Raúl Calvo Soler y Elizabeth Fuentes. Formas de hacer justicia con bandas juveniles: Restauración o Represión, dos modelos contrapuestos.
 

 

(23/01/2020). Marta Sabariego. Investigando con Nvivo en TRANSGANG. 
 
2019
 
(20/12/2019). Nele Hansen. Aplicando la perspectiva de género en TRANSGANG. 
 
(27/11/2019). Juan Mansilla. Gangpedia: una plataforma para investigadores y pandilleros.
 
(11/11/2019). Roger Soler.  Meta-etnografia: Experiencies de Transmedia literacy i MYPLACE. 
 
(21/10/2019). Adam Brisley. Ethics on TRANSGANG: Handbook for fieldworkers. 
 
(11/10/2019). Alejandro Ventura. La representación de los jóvenes en el cine. 
 
(04/10/2019). William Ross. La trayectoría de un rey.
 
(09/07/2019). Esther Ortiz & Manuel Gines. (Trans) gangs in Chicago. 
 
(18/07/2019). Randol Contreras. (Trans) Gangs in Los Angeles.
 
(22/07/2019). Yousra Sandabad. The Youth, the Street and the State: an alternative perspective on Tcharmil in Morocco.
 
(27/05/2019). Abeer Musleh. Youth creating their own space within a colonized context: The Palestinian Case.
 
(27/05/2019). Celia Premat. Jóvenes magrebíes o "moros", entre el estigma y la decolonialidad. Un conflicto latente.
 
(27/05/2019). José Sánchez García. Youth and Violence in Mena Countries. 
 
(10/04/2019). Candy Chévez. Transiciones de las pandillas en El Salvador: una perspectiva histórica y generacional.
 
(3/10/2018). Fúlvia Márquez. Linea del tiempo contextual Medellín. Jóvenes, miradas, violencias y convivencia.