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Launch of the E&S 2021 Digital Summer School Archive

    We are excited to announce the launch of the Economy & Society Summer School Digital archive! Usually the summer school is a weeklong event that takes place in Blackwater Castle in Cork, Ireland. However due to COVID-19, we made the decision this year to host the event entirely online. For this reason we also decided to extend the length of the school. While in a conference setting it is possible to pack many talks into a single day, we felt that people were suffering from Zoom exhaustion. The school lasted from February to May and featured many exciting speakers.

    The link to the archive is here.

    The table you use to navigate the archive is available below.

    The Economy and Society Digital Summer School 2021

    DateTime (GMT)Event / TopicSpeakersRecording Link
    --Main Archive Page--Full Playlist
    February 23rd16:00Ideas Lying AroundNidesh Lawtoo & Lynne LaytonLink
    March 4th16:00The Great ReversalElizabeth AndersonLink
    March 9th10:00Economy Theology and MarketisationStefan SchwarzkopfLink
    March 11th10:00Economic Theology and GovernanceMitchell DeanLink
    March 16th16:00Jobseeking & the Labour MarketIlana GershonLink
    March 23rd 10:00The Reformation of WelfareRay Griffin & Tom Boland Link
    March 25th10:00Justifying WelfareMagnus P. Hansen., Fiona Dukelow, Michael McgannLink
    April 13th10:00Precarity and Precarious WorkTheresa O'Keefe, Aline Courtois & Teresa CrewLink
    April 15th16:00The Datafication of WelfareLina Dencik & Ray Griffin & HecatLink
    April 20th16:00Street-Level WelfareEvelyn Brodkin, Mary Murphy, Joe Whelan
    April 22nd10:00Fairground CapitalismArpad SzakolczaiLink
    April 27th10:00Work & The Gig EconomyAlex WoodLink
    April 29th10:00Rationalities and Moral Economies in Illicit Drug MarketsAngus BancroftLink
    May 6th10:00Good Models and Positive MimesisKieran KeohaneLink
    May 10th/11th 20:00/10:00The Leviathan of RationalityDamian O'DohertyLink

    We would like to thank WIT, UCC, the SAI Work, Markets and Welfare Study Group and the European Union for contributing to, or funding this event.

    KOM | Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) in Ireland
    SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND - Sociological Association of Ireland
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