2nd CORAL Late Summer School 02.10.2022 – 06.10.2022 – Open Call for 5 PhD Candidates

“Levels of socio – economic impacts of CWS and their analysis”

This school marks the start of the empirical stage of ESRs projects and aims at focusing on conceptual debates regarding peripherality and development, and link CWS to wider labour struggles in cities and beyond, understanding the turn towards platformization and commodification of labour. Keynote speeches will engage participants in theoretical discussions and expand their conceptual understanding to better explore the developmental processes of CWS in rural and peripheral areas their wider impacts at the local and regional level, as well as at the level of the individual worker and the enterprise. Through workshops, seminars, and roundtable discussions, ESRs and invited PhD candidates will have the opportunity to get trained in transferrable skills such as project management and communicating research through audiovisual means.

The preliminary agenda of the training event:  

2/10/2022, Sunday19.00-21.00Introduction and receptionVasilis Avdikos, CORAL-ITN Coordinator, Panteion University
    
3/10/2022 Monday10.00-11.30Keynote speech: The reconnection of peripheral areas: a re-appraisal of nexogenous developmentProf. Bettina Bock, Wageningen University
 11.30-12.00Coffee Break 
 12.00-13.30ESR session: CWS best practices 
 13.30-16.00Lunch break 
 16.00-18.00Roundtable discussion: Managing a hub; challenges and prospectsΕirini Makedona- Comeet Herakleion, Andreas Tsiliras- MOSAIC Patras, Marilena Georgantzi- SheMakes FabLab, Pop-machina.eu
 18.00-20.00Guided tour at Syros 
    
4/10/2022 Tuesday10.00-11.30Keynote speech: The struggle for fair coworking: between capitalist cooptation, the search for community and territorial rootednessDr. Alberto Cossu, University of Leicester
 11.30-12.00Break 
 12.00-13.30Seminar: Project Management basics of EC projectsPanagiotis Michalis, National Technical University of Athens, Eirini Iliopoulou, CORAL-ITN
 13.30-16.00Lunch break 
 16.00-18.00Open session: CORAL Glossary, Documentary and MOOCAll ESRs and supervisors
 18.00-19.00Open space for discussions 
 19.30CORAL dinner 
    
5/10/2022 Wednesday10.00-11.30Seminar: Communicating research through audiovisual meansNikolas Konstantinou, Narrowcut
 11.30-12.00Break 
 12.00-13.30Keynote speech: Family businesses in peripheral business ecosystemsProf. Lech Suwala, TU Berlin
 13.30-16.00Lunch break 
 16.00-19.00One-to-one sessionsAll ESRs and supervisors
    
6/10/2022 Thursday10.00-11.30Seminar: Enabling research with Assemblage thinking (Assemblage Reading Group)Dr. Dimitris Pettas, MSCA-IF, TU Berlin
 11.30-12.00Break 
 12.00-13.30Keynote speech: Platformisation and the commodification of informal social reproduction labourProf. Emerita Ursula Huws
 13.30-16.00Lunch break 
 16.00-18.00Presentation of CORAL Index and feedbackLorenzo Marmo, CORAL-ITN ESR
 18.00-19.00SB Meeting(closed session)
    
7/10/2022 Friday10.00-12.30Discussing the first round of secondments’ experience and planning ahead the second round(closed session)
    

Please note that CORAL covers accommodation and lunches but does not cover transportation costs.   

Location: Syros, Greece

ECTS: 4

To apply: Please submit the following information in a single PDF file as an attachment to info@coral-itn.eu and antigoni.papageo@gmail.com by July 27th, 2022:

  • Name, affiliation, email, main area of research interest
  • CV
  • A short paragraph (up to 200 words) where you explain your motivation to join the school 

Please note that applicants need to be fully vaccinated and get tested to be able to join in person.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 955907.