21-24 July 2020: Panel organizers (Narotzky, S.; Edwards, J.) “All our Brexits”: precarity, austerity and backlash. 16th EASA Biennial Conference: New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe, Lisbon, online with Shindig platform
Narotzky, S. (ed.) (2020) Grassroots Economies: Living with Austerity in Southern Europe, London: Pluto Press
Matos, P. (2020) Disciplined Agency. Neoliberal precarity, generational dispossession and call centre labour in Portugal
Matos, P. (2020) Disciplined Agency. Neoliberal precarity, generational dispossession and call centre labour in Portugal. Manchester: Manchester University Press, ISBN: 978-1-5261-3498-1
Invited presentation “Broken trust: When those that cared for our savings did not care for us”, University of Leiden, July 4-5, Leiden
Narotzky, S. (2019) Invited presentation “Broken trust: When those that cared for our savings did not care for us”, International Conference, “Moralising Misfortune: Anthropological Perspectives on Finance, Care, and Morality”, University of Leiden, July 4-5, Leiden. https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/events/2019/07/moralising-misfortune-anthropological-perspectives-on-finance-care-and-morality This international conference examines how financial services and products shape care and morality. How does finance give rise to(…)
“Evidence Struggles: Legality, Legitimacy, and Social Mobilizations in the Catalan Political Conflict”, Hamburg Institute for Social Research, June 26, Hamburg.
Narotzky, S. June 26th 2019, Distinguished Lecture, “Evidence Struggles: Legality, Legitimacy, and Social Mobilizations in the Catalan Political Conflict”, Hamburg Institute for Social Research, Hamburg. Different kinds of evidence are put forward to make an argument and justify political action by agents situated in diverse social, cultural, and power positions. The Catalan political conflict(…)
Anthropology Talks with Susana Narotzky, Patricia Matos and Antonio Maria Pusceddu, University of Bern, UniS, 23-24 May 2019
Keynote by Susana Narotzky: “Valuations of Worth: Privilege, Dignity, and the Sense of a Future in Southern Europe under Austerity” Program University of Bern, UniS, 23-24 May 2019
“Trustful investors: the effects of finance strategies on life savings during the crisis”, Instituto de Ciências Sociais – Universidade de Lisboa, May 17, Lisbon.
Narotzky, S. May 17th 2019, Invited Seminar, “Trustful investors: the effects of finance strategies on life savings during the crisis”, Instituto de Ciências Sociais – Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon. https://www.ics.ulisboa.pt/evento/trustful-investors-effects-finance-strategies-life-savings-during-crisis
Keynote: “The politics of evidence in an uncertain world: experience, knowledge, social facts and factual truth.” SIEF2019 14th Congress Santiago de Compostela, Spain 14-17 April 2019
Knowledge is never self-evident and is always a struggle about evidence: what is made to exist and what is not; what counts and doesn’t count. It is part of the politics of evidence. We need to unravel the processes of valuation that create truth values in a field of power.
Susana Narotzky – Ch.4 Populism’s Claims: The Struggle between Privilege and Equality
Distinguished Lecture “The Pensioner’s Dilemma: Generations, Class, and Inequality in Southern Europe”, New York, 25 February 2019
The current crisis in Europe creates new practices and understandings of inter-generational dependencies reaching beyond the intimacy of the home to the reproduction of society as a whole. This talk addresses how older and younger men and women have seen their expectations of stability and wellbeing shattered. In a social context that promotes the entrepreneurial(…)
Leidereiter, C. (2018), Paper, “Presumed guilty until proven innocent: legitimising the criminalisation of livelihood under austerity” Loperfido, G. & Vetta, Th. (2018), paper, “Public and private economies : ideologies in crisis” Matos, P. (2018) “Austerity before austerity: grassroots ethics of reproduction in the making of austerity regimes” Matos, P. (with Andreas Streinzer & Phaedra Douzina-Bakalaki)(…)
Conference “Grassroots economics: Meaning, project and practice in the pursuit of livelihood” Oñati, Gipuzkoa 23-27 June 2018
Instituto Internacional de Sociología Jurídica, Oñati, Gipuzkoa, Narotzky, S. (org.) Narotzky, S. (2018) Presenter in Roundtable “Livelihoods, power, and economics: Grassroots insights for theory development” Bofill, Sílvia (2018) “Joint struggles for care in the context of crisis: (in)solidarities and moral community” Homs, Patricia (2018) “Resilient austerity: Cooperatives and entrepreneurship in Catalonia” Loperfido, Giacomo (2018) “Bankruptcy, or Life Failure? Entrepreneurialism and(…)
London School of Economics – Parish Hall basement (PAR.LG03) Houghton Street, London WC2A 31/05 10:00h – 16:00h 01/06 10:30h – 17:00h Two-day Workshop: “Precarious States – Advice, governance and Care in Settings of Austerity” Jaime Palomera (Universitat de Barcelona, Grassroots Economics [GRECO] ERC-Project) Antonio Maria Pusceddu (Universitat de Barcelona, Grassroots Economics [GRECO] ERC-Project) Giacomo Loperfido (Universitat de Barcelona,(…)
International Symposium “Globalization in Question: Populist Resistance and a New Politics of Law?” Indiana, April 12-13, 2018
Indiana Global Legal Studies Journal, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Narotzky, S. (2018) Invited presentation “Evidence Struggles: Judicializing Politics and Social Mobilizations”, International Workshop “Globalization in Question: Populist Resistance and a New Politics of Law?”
Gerardo Enrique García Sepúlveda (CIRD A.C.) Anthropology Laboratory, Faculty of Geography and History, University of Barcelona (1st floor) 16h:00h Conference “Reflexiones acerca del movimiento del dinero en un pueblo del occidente de Mexico” Reflections about the movement of money in a village in the occident of Mexico