Following several requests I’ve received, from now on, through the ES/PE blog will be also distributed practical and relevant academic updates such as calls for papers for conferences and workshops, graduate and post-doc fellowships, grants and job openings announcements. Up to now this kind of information was posted only on our social media networks. I hope this new feature will be of great help and interest for you. Feel free to share this post with your colleagues and students. Good luck, Oleg Komlik
- CfP: “Historicizing “The Economy”” workshop, Harvard University, September 23–24, 2016. This workshop aims to bring together scholars working on the emergence and the history of different conceptions of the “economic” and the “economy” as objects of economic thought and political practice. DL: May 1.
- CfP: “A Great Transformation? Global Perspectives on Contemporary Capitalisms” international conference, Johannes Kepler University (Linz, Austria), 10-13 January, 2017. Inviting proposals related to various aspects od Karl Polanyi’s work and scholarship. The conference will start with a speech by Michael Burawoy and conclude with his on-stage conversation with Kari Polanyi Levitt. DL: April 30.
- CfP: “When the State Intervenes” interdisciplinary PhD Conference, the Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences, Bamberg (Germany), 20th-21st July, 2016. Travel grants available. DL: April 30.
- CfP: “Lean Out: Gender, Economics, and Enterprise“, the 5th Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues, Seneca Falls (NY, USA), October 21-23, 2016. DL: April 30.
- CfP: The third Critical European Studies Workshop, the University of Greenwich, (London), 18-19 June, 2016. This year’s workshop will focus on Europe’s crises (economic, social, political) and their consequences, forms of dispossession and punitive mechanisms under neoliberalism; challenges to class compromises and social reproduction; and more. In order to foster a constructive debate the workshop will avoid the ‘usual’ conference structure with individual paper presentations and foregrounds collective discussions instead. We will proceed on the basis of thematic block sessions, with each tabling a core text that all participants will have read beforehand. The workshop is open and free of charge (registration is required) to scholars (including MA and PhD students) and activists.
- CfP: “Democratic responses and political pressures for change” seminar, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona), 14-15 July 2016. This seminar focuses on patterns of protest, alternative forms of political participation, and how each of these have had an impact upon contemporary policymaking in political economy. This includes welfare policy, financial regulation, monetary policy, macroeconomic policy, and the austerity agenda. DL: April 29
- Summer School on Social Network Analysis, the Centre for Business Network Analysis at the University of Greenwich (London), Monday 23 May, 2016 – Friday 27 May, 2016. DL: April 30.
- Two PhD positions on Corporate Power and Network Analysis (“What Drives Network Formation?” and “Corporate Control in Contemporary Global Capitalism”) are available as a part of “Corporate Network Governance: Power, Ownership and Control in Contemporary Global Capitalism”, University of Amsterdam. DL: May 1.
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