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RC 02 (Economy and Society) – ISA Forum – Porto Alegre (July 14-18, 2020)

Economy and Society Research Committee (RC 02) _ Call for Session Organizers at the International Sociological Association’s Forum of Sociology in Porto Alegre, Brazil July 2020. Deadline 15 March 2019.

The International Sociological Association’s next Forum of Sociology will be held in Porto Alegre, Brazil from July 14-18, 2020. The Economy and Society Research Committee (ISA RC02) is issuing an open call for proposals to organize sessions on topics related to economy and society. The online session proposal submission system is open from 4 February through 15 March 2019, 24:00 GMT. Please note that the deadline is set by ISA and is inflexible. To submit a proposal, you will first need to register an account with the International Sociological Association. You may then submit a proposal here: https://isaconf.confex.com/isaconf/forum2020/rc/sessions/index.cgi?symposiumid=568. 

For any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Aaron Pitluck, (Aaron.Pitluck@IllinoisState.edu) or Nadya Araujo Guimaraes, (nadya@usp.br), RC02 Forum Program Coordinators.

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Free access to Review Symposium on the Provoked economy

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Journal of Cultural Economy is very pleased to be able to provide Free Access to a Review Symposium on Fabian Muniesa’s recent work The Provoked Economy: Economic Reality and the Performative Turn. The symposium features detailed Review Essays by Aaron Pitluck, Alberto Toscano, José Ossandón & Trine Pallesen, and a response by Muniesa.

Here follows some extracts of each, as well as links to the pieces in full. Continue reading

JCE book review symposium: The Provoked Economy

Ya está disponible online en el Journal of Cultural Economy el debate sobre el último libro de Fabian Muniesa The Provoked Economy. Economic reality and the performative turn. El debate incluye los artículos “How to embrace performativity while avoiding the rabbit hole” de Aaron Z. Pitluck, “Testing the Provoked Economy” de José Ossandón y Trine Pallesen, “Structured by cows” de Alberto Toscano y la respuesta de Muniesa “You must fall down the rabbit hole”.