Participation on conferences of SPAREX team members [2014]

Participation on conferences of SPAREX members in 2014, with topics related to the subject of our investigation:
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Nationhood in the Carpathian Region Hungarians and their Neighbours – Sociological Perspectives. Conference of the Hungarian Sociological Association organized at Babes-Bolyai University. November 27-29, 2014.
PANEL: Spatial exclusion and social inequalities. Chairs: Enikő Vincze (BBU, RO) and Tünde Virág (CERS HAS, HU)  – Participants from the SPAREX team with the following papers:
      Enikő Vincze: Introductory Notes on Spatialization and Racialization of Social                     Exclusion
      Petrovici Norbert : Neoliberal proletarization along the urban-rural divide in                           postsocialist Romania
      Hajnalka Harbula: Family as a means of survival. formation and inside processes of a       Roma ghetto in Sumuleu Ciuc
      Anca Simionca: Development, Underdevelopment and Impoverished Roma                         Communities. A Case Study if a High-Level Visions and Agendas of Economic                   Progress In Urban Romania
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Modes of Appropriation and Social Resistance.  11th Annual Conference of the Romanian Society of Social and Cultural Anthropology (SASC) organized at Babes-Bolyai University.
PANEL: Post-socialist Neoliberalism and the Dispossession of Personhood. Convener: Enikő Vincze (BBU, RO) – Participants from the SPAREX team with the following papers:
     Enikő Vincze: Neoliberal Housing Policies and the Process of Dehumanization
PANEL: Roma Resistance in the Context of Development and Policy Interventions. Conveners: Ana Ivasiuc (University of Giessen) and László Fosztó (ISPMN) – Participants from the SPAREX team with the following papers:
     Enikő Vincze: Entrepreneurial development and its effects on the marginalization of            Roma
     Adrian-Octavian Dohotaru: Participatory Action Research. Stephenson Case
     Cătălin Berescu: Marginals’ Cohousing
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PARTICIPATION ON OTHER CONFERENCES OF SPAREX TEAM MEMBERS
Giovanni PICKER
Organizer (with Dr. Silvia Pasquetti) of the RC21 Session Informality and spatial confinement across the global order: everyday and policy perspectives. XVIII World Congress of the International Sociological Association: Facing an Unequal World. Challenges for Global Sociology. Yokohama, Japan, July 14-19. http://www.isa-sociology.org/congress2014/facing-inequality.htm
Organizer of the workshop Race in/outside post-WWII Europe: On the Politics of Governing and Knowledge Production. Central European University, June 10.
http://www.ceu.hu/event/2014-06-10/race-inoutside-post-wwii-europe-politics-governing-and-knowledge-production
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Adrian DOHOTARU
Performative Anthropology. The Case of Pata Rât Ghetto.
Bodies in Between: Corporeality and Visuality from Historical Avant-garde to Social Media, 29-31 May 2014, organized by the Department of Cinematography and Media, Faculty of Theatre and Television, “Babeş-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
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Hanna Orsolya VINCZE
Szegénységtörténetek és emotív nyilvánosság
“Újratöltve”: a “mindennapi élet” mint téma és mint keret, PTE BTK TMI Kommunikáció- és Médiatudományi Tanszéke, 2014. október 17-18.
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Enikő VINCZE
The shifting focus of EU discourse in what regards the Roma minority: from “contributor to cultural diversity” to “labor force of competitive market”. roma_tre_university_EV_31_oct_2014, HUMAN RIGHTS, ANTI-SEMITISM AND INTER-ETHNIC RELATIONS FROM THE END OF THE 19TH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT. SOUTH AND EAST CENTRAL EUROPE IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE. Roma Tre University, 30-31 October 2014
Statement – Coalition-building and knowledge production.  EV_Statement_workshop_conferenceWorkshop and conference “Nothing about us without us? – Roma Participation in Policy Making and Knowledge Production”. 11-13 October 2014, Budapest. Supporting organisations: Corvinus University of Budapest, University of Bristol, Decade of Roma Inclusion Secretariat, Gallery 8, European Roma Rights Centre, Roma Education Fund, Making the Most of EU Funds for Roma Program of the Open Society Foundations, Roma Virtual Network, Romedia Foudation
Cultural identity politics, social policies and racialization processes regarding Roma. Workshop  “Race in/outside post-WWII Europe: On the Politics of Governing and Knowledge Production”. Organized by the CEU Institute for Advanced Study and Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology. Budapest, June 10, 2014.
Marketization, housing politics and Roma exclusion. Conference “Autocracy and Market Economy”. University of Vienna. 15-17 May 2014.

The racialization of exclusion and limits of “Roma inclusion policies”. Workshop “Public policies for Roma inclusion in Romania and the inclusion of Roma migrants from Romania in Catalunya”. Organized in Barcelona by Facultat de Geografia i Historia/ Universidad de Barcelona, and the Faculty of Political Sciences (SNSPA). Bucharest, February 27-28, 2014.