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,(…)
14th EASA Biennial Conference, European Association of Social Anthropologists, July 20-23 2017, Milano
Homs, P., Mayor, A. And Flores-Pons, G. (2016) “The change of scale, a lever for agroecological cooperatives sustainability” Panel “Food values in Europe” Leidereiter, C. & Loperfido, G. (2016) “Entrepreneurialism” and the Politics of De-politization in Post-fordist Settings. Vale do Ave (Portugal) and Veneto (Italy). Narotzky, S. (2016) Plenary Speaker, “Competition and equality(…)
International conference, “Capitalist development in hostile environment: 30 years later”, Cosenza (Italy) 6-8 June
International conference, “Capitalist development in hostile environment: 30 years later” University of Calabria & Johns Hopkins University, Cosenza (Italy) 6-8 June Pusceddu, A.M. & Loperfido, G. (2017), “Regional differentiation and core-periphery relations in contemporary Italy: A comparative analysis of two urban contexts in Veneto and Puglia”
6-8/06/2017: Regional Differentiation and Core-Periphery Relations in Contemporary Italy; A Comparative Analysis of two urban contexts in Veneto and Puglia
Università della Calabria. Conference “Capitalist Development in Hostile Environments” Regional Differentiation and Core-Periphery Relations in Contemporary Italy; A Comparative Analysis of two urban contexts in Veneto and Puglia Giacomo Loperfido & Antonio Maria Pusceddu (Universitat de Barcelona, GRECO) Program available here.
Social Disintegration in Greece and Italy: the Enemy Within presentation by Giacomo Loperfido and Theodora Vetta in Politics in Interesting Times conference, Political Studies Association 67th Annual International Conference 10 – 12 April 2017, Technology & Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
By Giacomo Loperfido Public library employees gave an astonishing account of the history of public libraries in the last 40 years, which seems a nice metaphor for larger and more general transformations also echoed in so many other spaces of the fieldwork. From the early 1970s on, public libraries were progressively established in every Vicenza(…)
By Giacomo Loperfido The PSIL is a service established by the Provincia institution in 2010. Its purpose was to create an hub or space that would put into communication private and public social institutions in the area, with the aim of providing assistance to the weaker strata of the population. These were (and are) considered(…)
By Giacomo Loperfido The relation between public and private sectors in this region is an overarching and all pervading matter that opens up and encompasses a series of subordinated questions, especially when it is put in relation with the epistemological space of the crisis, and its transformative energy. The best place to observe the functioning(…)
Barcelona, January 10-12 Narotzky, S. (2017) Discussant, “Economy and populism” in Populism in Theory: Towards and Anthropological Frame, Wenner-Gren funded, Organized by Giacomo LOPERFIDO [GRECO-ERC] and Bjorn ENGE BERTELSEN [Egalitarianism-ERC]. Funded by Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research
University of Milano-Bicocca, 20-23 July 2016 Narotzky, S. (2016) Plenary Speaker, EASA Biennial Conference, “Competition and equality or monopoly and privilege: Two faces of capitalist accumulation, the case of Southern Europe” Leidereiter, C. & Loperfido, G. (2016) panel organization, “Entrepreneurialism and the Decline of Politics: The Cases of the Vale do Ave (Portugal) and Veneto(…)
University of Coimbra, Portugal. 2-5 June, 2016 Leidereiter, Carmen (2016). Producing Precarious Textiles: Convergences between Entrepreneurialism and Desenrascar-se in the Vale do Ave, Portugal. APA Conference 2016: “Futuros Disputados”. University of Coimbra, Portugal. 2-5 June, 2016. Giacomo Loperfido (2016). Self Reliance, Individualism, and the collapse of life structures in Veneto, Italy. APA Conference 2016: “Futuros(…)
Loperfido, Giacomo (2014) “‘Neither left nor right’: Crisis, wane of politics, and the struggles for sovereignty,” FocaalBlog, November 7.
16-22 April 2015: Seminar URBEUR-QUASI “Social change and economic crisis: new challenges to cities and local systems”, Organized by David Benassi and Enzo Mingione, University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan. The GRECO team will be presenting the following contributions: Narotzky, S. and Matos, P. (2015) “Ethnography of Livelihood Responses to the Crisis in Southern Europe: Spain and(…)