Future Workshops and Conferences as of 1 July 2022*

In this page you can find a list of the future workshops and conferences organised within the framework of the Action’s Working Groups and Transversal Projects.

The page is regularly updated.

Please contact ellianna.farazi@parisdescartes.fr for any further information.

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7-9 July, Florence
Editorial meeting for the Reader Unpolitical politics? Public action for social protection in Europe from the late 19th century to the early 21st century.

The meeting is part of the activities of the transversal project “Unpolitical Politics? Public action for social protection in late 19th through early 21st century Europe” led by Efi AvdelaClarisse BerthezèneLaura DownsDominika Gruziel and Dimitra Lampropoulou.

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18-21 July, Jena
Intellectual History in East Central Europe Summer Workshop Intellectual history and public engagement

The meeting is part of the activities of the Working Group 4 and of the transversal project “Women’s intellectual history, care, and social thought” led by  Isidora Grubački.

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7-8 September, Bern
“Gendering the Mixed Economies of Welfare: Ruptures and Trajectories in Post-war Europe”

The Workshop is part of the activities of Working Group 2 and of the transversal project “Gendering the Mixed Economies of Welfare: Ruptures and Trajectories in Post-war Europe”? led by Efi Avdela, Lindsey Earner-Byrne and Dimitra Lampropoulou. The event is organised in collaboration with Sonja Matter. 

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14-15 October, Istanbul
“Welfare and the domestic space. Housing and health in the Balkans and Eastern Mediterranean” 

The workshop is part of the activities of Working Group 2 and of the transversal project “Welfare and the domestic space” led by Lea Delmaire and Gabriel Doyle.

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12-13 December, Florence
Conference “Religion and Welfare in the European Borderlands from the Late 19th Century to the Present”

The conference is organised by “Who Cares in Europe?” and the ERC project SOCIOBORD. The conference is part of the activities of Working Group 4 and of the transversal project “Religion and Social Care in Border Regions” led by Pirjo Markkola and Dominika Gruziel.

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*(events might be subject to changes and updates)