With my colleagues and friends Andrea Bellini and Karolina Parding, we have launched a call for papers for the next ISA Rc52 Interim Meeting, to be held in Florence July 4th-6th, 2019.
Session S1 is entitled “Varieties of Professionalism. Exploring heterogeneity within and between professions”. The session aims at gathering theoretical and empirical papers that explore heterogeneity, differentiation and change within and between professions, among traditional and emerging professions, in comparative studies, either between professions within the same national context or within the same professional group between countries.
We also warmly invite contributions that explore professionalism and its national/local/contextual peculiarities in Southern and Eastern Europe as well as in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Submit your abstract (250 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating Session S1, the title of your paper, name and contact details. Deadline for submitting your proposal: March 31st, 2019.
October 5th and 6th I have been participating at the REPS (Red Espanola de Politicas Sociales), which took place in Zaragoza. It has been a great occasion to present preliminary advancements of my project VINE to a Spanish audience, also challenging my skills in Spanish. (more…)
Great days in Toronto! From July, 15th to July 21st I have participated to the XIX World Congress of Sociology, together with 5.700 delegates coming from all over the world. During the week, I have contributed to the congress presenting my last researches on VINE, on marginal work and on social innovation in the alternative food networks. Without forgetting my active participation to the works of RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups, in which I am standing in the elections for the board in my second term. (more…)
At the 34th EGOS Colloquium in Tallin, I have been taken an active role as one of the stream conveyor in the Standing Work Group 08. Together with my colleagues Daniel Muzio and Trish Reay, we call for papers on the topic “Management, Occupations and Professions in Social Context: The Emergence of New Professions and their Impact on the Established Field”, receiving more than 30 contributions from all over the world. (more…)
In June 21st and 22nd, I have participated to the IV Encuentro del Comité de Sociología del trabajo de la FES “Como estamos ‘saliendo’ de la crisis?”. The conference, which gathered economic sociologists all over Spain, has been organised at the Universidat Autònoma de Barcelona by QUIT, Centre d’Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball. It has been a wonderful occasion to present my recent works on dualization processes in Southern Europe, based on the MSCA funded project VINE. And also to show my Spanish skill, as it was my first presentations in Spanish! (more…)