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Call for Papers: Second Global Carework Summit

Global Carework Summit

The Carework Network is organizing a three-day conference to bring together carework researchers from across disciplines and across the globe; June 9-11, 2019, Toronto, Ontario. Carework Network The Carework Network is an international organization of scholars and advocates who focus on the caring work of individuals, families, communities, paid caregivers, social service agencies and state bureaucracies. Care needs are […]

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Panel E3

Panel presentations E3, Friday morning the 28th of September. Location: Multnomah Falls Room Health and Precarious Communities Care Ethics and Precarious Situations in Hospitals and Nursing Homes Helen Kohlen (Philosophical-Theological University of Vallendar, Germany) Balancing between Precarity and Dignity in Public Health: Fostering New Normative Expressions of Dignity in the Care for People with Multiple Problems […]

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Panel E2

Panel presentations E2, Friday morning the 28th of September. Location: Elowah Falls Room Theorizing Inclusive and Diverse Classrooms Toward Radical Inclusion: Employing Care Ethics in Intellectually Diverse Classrooms Lydia Fisher (Portland State University, Oregon) Vicki Reitenauer (Portland State University, Oregon) Using Queer Praxis to Defend Against the Precarity of Care Ethics in Classrooms in an Age […]

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Panel E1

Panel presentations E1, Friday morning the 28th of September. Location: Wahkeena Fall Room Care, Neoliberal Labor Markets and Populist Politics Care Ethics as a Response to the “Neo-Populist” Narrative of Protectionist Care Joan Tronto (University of Minnesota) Thinking through Precarious Japan: Will Politically Heightened Precarity and Undoing Care Make a Strong Nation? Yayo Okano (Doshisha University, […]

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Panel D3

Panel presentations D3, Friday morning the 28th of September. Location: Multnomah Falls Room Empirically Grounded Ethics of Care and Precarity Precarity for All Frans Vosman (University of Humanistic Studies, Netherlands) Redoing Care: Return to Decent Life Beyond Bed, Bath and Bread: The Case of Dutch; Sans Papiers Guus Timmerman (Presence Foundation, Netherlands) Social Redundancy and Precarity […]

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Panel D2

Panel presentations D2, Friday morning the 28th of September. Location: Elowah Falls Room Empathy, Abandonment and Fragility The Fragility and Vulnerability of the Precarious Life Luigina Mortari (University of Verona, Italy) On Precarity and Abandonment: A Care Ethical, Artistic Study Merel Visse (University of Humanistic Studies, Netherlands) Desirable Conversations Neera Malhotra (Portland State University, Oregon)

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Panel D1

Panel presentations D1, Friday morning the 28th of September. Location: Wahkeena Fall Room Relational Perspectives A Conception of Respect Suitable for Precarious Lives Cara O’Connor (CUNY, Borough Manhattan Community College of the City University of New York) The Ethical Implications of Theorizing Relational Selfhood: The Case of Precarious Identity Mercer Gary (Pennsylvania State University) What Precarity Requires […]

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