לוגו האוניברסיטה הפותחה ולוגו האגודה הסוציולוגית הישראלית

Materiality, Imaginaries and Subjectivities:

Bringing Economy and Culture Together
in Sociological Research

Research workshop for early career scholars

 

February 28, 2019

The Open University of Israel, Raanana
Kanbar Hall


Co-sponsored by the “Culture and Consumption”
and “Sociology of the Economy” sections of the Israeli Sociological Society
09:00 Gathering and coffee
   
09:30 Welcome address: Dana Kaplan and Zeev Rosenhek, Sections Chairs,The Open University of Israel 
   
09:45 Keynote lecture
   
Markets from Meaning: Quality Uncertainty and the Intersubjective Construction of Value

Jens Beckert 
Director of the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne
and Professor of Sociology at the University of Cologne
   
Chair: Galit Ailon, Bar Ilan University
    
11:00 Coffee break
   
11:15 Session I: Subjectivities and Practices in Everyday Economic Life
   
Chair: Dana Kaplan, The Open University of Israel            

Discussant: Motti Regev, The Open University of Israel

Giacomo Tagiuri, Tel Aviv University
The Law of Everyday Shopping: Social and Cultural Implications

Lee Rozman-Papier
, University of Haifa
Taking a Moral Approach to Gift-Giving to Children

Ariel Yankellevich, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
“Looking into my Future, I See a Better Society”: Connecting the Private Self to the Public Sphere Through Self-development work in Neoliberal Israel

Netta Avnoon, University of Haifa
The Omnivorous Skill Set of Data Scientists
    
13:15
Lunch break
   
14:15
Session II: Institutions, Technologies and Governmentality

Chair: Zeev Rosenhek,The Open University of Israel

Discussant: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

Rami Kaplan, The Open University of Israel
How Corporations Perform Economic Governance: Revising the Model of Performativity

Amit Avigur-Eshel
, Sapir College and Ronen Mandelkern, Tel Aviv University
Financial Market Liberalization and the Construction of Shared Practical Experiences: The Case of Israel’s “Child Trust Fund”

Laurence Barry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Insurance, Big Data and Changing Conceptions of Fairnes
   
The workshop will conclude at 16:00
   
If extra assistance and accessibility is needed,
please contact events_nagish@openu.ac.il at least ten working days before the scheduled event.