First Carework Network Virtual Symposium: “Moving Past Emergency Responses: Care as Essential Infrastructure”

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    Date(s) - March 1, 2022 - March 3, 2022
    10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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    Symposium Main Page (March 1-3, 2022)

    We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the First Carework Network Virtual Symposium: “Moving Past Emergency Responses: Care as Essential Infrastructure”, which will take place March 1-3, 2022 (Register here.).

    The centerpiece of the symposium will be a series of three Scholars-in-Dialogue sessions, a novel format that will feature established care scholars discussing selected papers from innovative scholars at all levels. These sessions are designed to move beyond the conversation about immediate emergency responses to the pandemic and engage with longer-term questions about the future of carework scholarship and advocacy.

    The sessions will be organized around three themes, and details of the featured papers are on the symposium website (congratulations to those who were selected and thank you to all who submitted!).

    • Revisiting the Meaning(s) of Care (featuring Nancy Folbre, Maria Nieves Rico and Joan Tronto)
    • The Role of the State (featuring Juliana Martinez Franzoni, Gabrielle Meagher, and Fiona Williams)
    • Technological Futures of Care (featuring Ariel Ducey, Julie MacLeavy, and Allison Pugh)

    In addition to the Scholars-in-Dialogue sessions, the symposium will include three interactive workshops. The goal of these workshops is to provide a forum for practical hands-on discussions of the nitty gritty of research and publishing in the care field. The themes for the workshops are:

    • Methodological Challenges and Opportunities (featuring Paulina López González and Tracy Anderson, Gabriela Marzonetto, and LaTonya Trotter)
    • Connecting Research to Policy (featuring Julie Kashen, Akira Rodriguez, and Anna Rosinska)
    • Publishing Care Scholarship (featuring Joya Misra, Mignon Duffy, Amy Armenia, and Kim Price-Glynn)

    We hope that you will join us for these important conversations,

    The Carework Network Virtual Symposium Committee

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