SASE is proud to announce a new series of events, convened in collaboration with the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre and the University of Limerick, aimed at presenting cutting-edge research from leading thinkers in anticipation of the 2022 annual SASE conference at the University of Amsterdam, “Fractious Connections: Anarchy, Activism, Coordination, and Control” from 9-11 July 2022.
This series, SASE Salons [https://sase.org/salons], will be open live exclusively to paid SASE members—to join, visit https://sase.org/join-sase/.
- April 28: “Fragmented work boundaries and digital (dis)connections” with Tony Dundon, Caroline Murphy, Michelle O’Sullivan, and Aida Ponce Del Castillo
- May 12: “Anarchism in the Business School” with Martin Parker
- May 17: “Fractious Feminisms and Feminist Solidarities” with Elaine Coburn, Jayati Ghosh, Martha Gimenez, Marjorie Griffin Cohen, Rauna Kuokkanen, Julie Nelson, and Busi Sibeko
- May 24: “Society and Economy” with Mark Granovetter, Elaine Coburn, and Michel Grossetti
- June 2: Panel on Ukraine with Alya Guseva, Yuliya Bidenko, Alexander Rodnyansky, and Mariia Shuvelova
- June 9: “The Rise of the Right in the US” with Arlie Hochschild and Glenn Morgan
- June 14: “How Digital Media Facilitated and Curtailed the Pro-Democracy Movement in Hong Kong” with Joseph Chan and Francis Lee
- June 23: “Histories of Racial Capitalism” with Destin Jenkins and Justin Leroy (open to non-members)
- June, TBD: Panel on Islamic Moral Economy and Finance, speakers TBA
Click through to learn more [https://sase.org/salons]
By joining SASE, you will also have access to the online content of the annual meeting, including all featured speakers and panels, as well as a limited number of hybrid events organized by the networks and mini-conferences. Click here to join [https://sase.org/join-sase/].
The SASE Team