[csaa-forum] Researching Post-Capitalist Possibilities One Day Conference 24 January 2019

Elise Blight E.Blight at westernsydney.edu.au
Mon Dec 10 10:03:05 ACST 2018

Dear All,

Join us for the 'Researching Post-Capitalist Possibilities' One Day Conference to be held on 24 January 2019 at Western Sydney University, Parramatta South Campus.

In this one-day conference authors from the forthcoming Handbook of Diverse Economies will present material from their chapters. Speakers will reflect on how the chapter topic speaks to their research agenda as well as contributing to the broader politics of enacting post-capitalist possibilities. Each presenter will give a short presentation with plenty of time for further reflection and discussion. The conference program is listed below, and also attached.

The cost is $50. Registration is now open for the conference. To register, please visit https://onestop.westernsydney.edu.au/OneStopWeb/ICS_004

For more information, please visit: https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/ics/events/researching_post-capitalist_possibilities_conference_2019

Conference Program

8.30-9.00am: Registration

9.00-9:30am: Welcome

9:30-11:00am | Enterprising Other Possible Worlds
Diverse Economies: From Inventory to Ethical Intervention
Katherine Gibson, ICS, WSU

Framing Diverse Enterprise
Jenny Cameron, Geography, University of Newcastle

Social Enterprising
Anisah Madden and Isaac Lyne, ICS, WSU

11:00-11:30am: Morning Tea

11:30-1:30pm | Governing Diverse Economies
Social Procurement Transactions: Using Markets to Generate Social Good, Directly and Indirectly
Joanne McNeill, ICS, WSU

Sharing Cities: New Urban Imaginaries for Diverse Economies
Darren Sharp, Curtin University

Sustainability Policy Institute Diverse Legalities: Pluralism and Instrumentalism
Bronwen Morgan and Declan Kuch, Law UNSW

Community Land Trusts: Experiments with decommodifying property
Louise Crabtree, ICS, WSU

1:30-2:30pm: Lunch

2:30-4:00pm | Diversity, Identity and Social Transformation
Diverse Economies, Subjectivity and Conjuncture
Stephen Healy, ICS, WSU

The Role of Religion and Spirituality in Subjectivity Transformation
Miriam Williams, Department of Geography and Planning, Macquarie University

Methodologies for Diverse Economies Research
Gerda Roelvink, School of Social Sciences, WSU

4:00pm: Conference Concludes

Kind regards,

Elise Blight | Administrative Assistant - Business Development
Institute for Culture and Society
P: 9685 9602

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