Tuesday 26.07 at EASA 2022 Conference- AGENET Guide

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P179 Afterlife counts: the economics and materiality of funerals and dealing with death [AGENET] SESSION A

Convenors: Alessandro Gusman (University of Turin), Yanti Hoelzchen (University of Tuebingen)
and Sophia Thubauville (Frobenius Institute). Discussant: Isabel Bredenbröker (Goethe University Frankfurt)

Funerals and materially expressed commemoration practices are often the most evident activities death entails. In many regions across the world, they are by far the most important life cycle events. This panel explores the social, economic, political, and material scope of death in its varied ways.

Session A Tuesday 26 July, 14:15-16:00 BST;

Access Link: https://nomadit.co.uk/conference/easa2022/p/11571

Location: Mathematics & Physics Teaching Centre (MAPTC), 0G/005

P089 Care crises, welfare policies and the commons  

Convenors: Angelina Kussy (Autonomous University of Barcelona) and Petra Ezzeddine (Charles University)

This panel explores the existing landscapes of care and emerging responses of the states, municipalities and civil society to the care crisis. We explore mobilities shaping care practices, welfare policies and place-based initiatives based on the commons.

Tuesday 26 July, 12:00-13:45

Access Link: https://nomadit.co.uk/conference/easa2022/p/11510

Location: Lanyon Building (LAN), 01/002 CR & CC

P107 The Transformation of Hope in Retirement

Convenors: Daniel Miller (University College London (UCL)) and Pauline Garvey (Maynooth University, National University of Ireland) 

This panel will take a comparative perspective on the increasing significance of hope to older people when retired life may stretch to three decades. Retirement may create new possibilities for engagement and expanding experience, or represent a struggle based on diminishing resources and isolation.

Session A Tuesday 26 July, 12:00-13:45 BST

Access Link: https://nomadit.co.uk/conference/easa2022/p/11296

Session B Tuesday 26 July, 14:15-16:00 BST

Access Link: https://nomadit.co.uk/conference/easa2022/p/11953

Location: Peter Froggatt Centre (PFC), 02/011

P077 Generating history, generating change: How generations shape times of chronic crisis 

Convenors: Koreen Reece (University of Bayreuth) and Diego Maria Malara (University of Glasgow) 

In this panel, we link genealogical with socio-political understandings of ‘generation’ to investigate how intergenerational relations (re)generate history, and generate change.

Tuesday 26 July, 12:00-13:45

Access Link: https://nomadit.co.uk/conference/easa2022/p/11455

Location: Main Site Tower (MST), 01/004