Upcoming Events and Seminars

30
Jun
2022

Dangerous Consumptions Colloquium 2022

The Dangerous Consumptions Colloquium is a forum for the presentation and discussion of research on the myriad forms of contemporary consumption. In past...
01
Aug
2022

Sartorial sensibilities: COVID-19 and gendered changes in work attire

As we slowly return to the office and in-person meetings after over two years of restrictions and lockdowns due to the global coronavirus pandemic, thoughts...
15
Aug
2022

Towards recognition for the digital commons: Mapping researcher contributions to software innovation

Free and open source software (FOSS) created in self-governed online projects is now ubiquitous in IT products and services. Microsoft’s purchase of the GitHub...
22
Aug
2022

“You’re only family when you’re rich”: Cross-border kinship visa documents and relational work

This paper examines how migrants make sense of the interactive dynamics between cross-border kinship and economic exchanges by focusing on the narratives of...
29
Aug
2022

Bridging the languages of the biophysical and the social in expert advice on sustainability: Reflections on the International Resource Panel

Across the environmental turn in the social sciences, many compelling arguments have been put forward on the need to understand and act on planetary crisis in...
17
Oct
2022

Difference and the epistemics of social inquiry

Difference in social inquiry is to be valued first in the form of the un-nameable blooming, buzzing profusion and confusion of any and all here-nows. Such...

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