November 9th-11th, 2017. I WORK THEREFORE I AM EUROPEAN. Metamorphosis of Labour: social identity mobilization, integration, representation

I WORk THEREFORE I AM EUROPEAN
Metamorphosis of Labour: social identity
mobilization, integration, representation

Brussels, November 9-11-2017
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NOVEMBER 9
European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) – Workers’ Group
08:50 / 09:15 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
09:15 / 10:00 WELCOMES AND INTRODUCTION

GEORGES DASSIS
President of European Economic and Social
Committee (EESC)

LUCA VISENTINI
General Secretary of the European Trade Union
Confederation (ETUC)

ANGELA CONDELLO – TIZIANO TORACCA
University of Torino

10:00 / 11:00 OPENING LESSON

RICHARD SENNETT
London School of Economics
New York University
The End of Work? reflections on leisure, usefulness,
and the life narrative

11:00 / 11:30 QUESTIONS

11:30 / 11:45 COFFEE BREAK

11:45 / 12:30 KEYNOTE LESSON

MARC DE VOS
University of Ghent
Broad changes affecting the world of work – demography, technology, globalisation

12:00 / 13:00 QUESTIONS

13:00 / 13:45 LUNCH

13:45 / 14:15 PROJECT PRESENTATION
Caveat!!! An artistic research project convened by
the Brussels-based artists’ initiative JUBILEE

14:15 / 14:30 COFFEE BREAK

14:30 / 17:30 ROUNDTABLE I

LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Chair Filip Dorssemont

FILIP DORSSEMONT
University of Louvain
The land of Cockagne, as a utopia of a world of non labour?

ANJA ELEVELD
Vrije University of Amsterdam
Policies of active inclusion and the the construction of a workers’ mentality: Human rights as an instrument of neoliberalism?

SONJA STOJADINOVIC
Indipendent scholar
How much labor and society can exclude LGBT workers?

JOSIEN ARTS
University of Amsterdam
Learning to Identify with Labour. Constructions of work identities for conditional welfare and precarious labour markets

LUKE MASON
St Mary’s University of London
The vanishing employment relationship in the perpetual motion of evolving European Social Constitution: the hegemony of freedom of movement at the cost of genuine social citizenship

CHRISTOFOROS PAVLAKIS
Hellenic Institute of International Studies
Labour Migration and Mothering from a Distance:
Emotions, Gender, and Intergenerational Relations in Ukrainian Transnational Families

NOVEMBER 10
European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) – Workers’ Group
09:00 / 09:45 KEYNOTE LESSON

MAURIZIO FERRARIS
University of Torino
From Capital to Documediality

09:45 / 10:15 QUESTIONS
10:15 / 10:30 COFFEE BREAK

10:30 -13:00 ROUNDTABLE II

PHILOSOPHY AND TECHNOLOGY
Chair Tiziana Andina

TIZIANA ANDINA
University of Torino
The New Technologies and Transgenerationality

EMILIANO ACOSTA
University of Ghent
Does labour set us free?

ROBERTO CICCARELLI
Journalist and philosopher, Il Manifesto
My work is not what I Am

GERTRUDIS VAN DE VIJVER
University of Ghent
Work, the object of satisfaction and enjoyment

ENRICO TERRONE
Collége d’études mondiales (FMSH)
The Worker’s Journey. Labour and Self in Cinema

13:30 / 14:30 LUNCH BREAK

14:30 / 15:15 KEYNOTE LESSON

ROCCO CANGELOSI
Ambassador and State Councilor / Vicepresident of
the Italian Council of the European Movement
(CIME)
First of all the Social Union

15:15 / 15:30 QUESTIONS
15:30 / 15:45 COFFEE BREAK

15:45 / 18:00 ROUNDTABLE III
POLITICAL AND CIVIL SOCIETY
Chair Virgilio Dastoli

VIRGILIO DASTOLI
President of the Italian Council of the European
Movement (CIME)
Citizens and non-citizens: why do we need a European income of dignity

GABRIELE BISCHOFF
Member of the European Economic and Social
Committee

BRANDO BENIFEI
Member of European Parliament

19:45 CONFERENCE DINNER

NOVEMBER 11
La Fonderie, Museum of Industry and Labour

08:30 / 9:00 REGISTRATION

09:00 / 09:45 KEYNOTE LESSON

MORAG SHIACH
Queen Mary University of London
A new name and a new job, that’s what he’d like’: Identity, Labour and Precarity, 1915-2015

09:45 / 10:15 QUESTIONS

10:15 / 10:30 COFFEE BREAK

10:30 / 13:30 ROUNDTABLE IV
LITERATURE AND CINEMA
Session I
Chair Mara Santi

MASSIMILIANO TORTORA
University of Torino
Living for working: employers in European modernist
novels

MONICA JANSEN
University of Utrecht
Braindrain or cosmopolitan elite? Labor and identity
in webseries on Italian expats in Europe

ALBERTO BARACCO
University of Torino
The Fragile Identity of the Academic Precariat I Can
Quit Whenever I Want

EMANUELE PINELLI
University of Pisa
The inaction and Its disadvantages: voices from the Ancient Rome

BIANCA RITA CATALDI
University City College of Dhttp://labont.it/wordpress/wp-admin/link-add.phpublin Adriano Olivetti. The ‘human city’ and its workers

13:30 / 14:30 LUNCH BREAK

14:30 / 17:30 ROUNDTABLE IV
LITERATURE AND CINEMA
Session II
Chair Maria Santi

SILVIA CONTARINI
Université de Paris Nanterre
Le refus du travail dans la littérature italienne, de Vogliamo tutto à Works

DAVID AYERS
University of Kent
From Text to Work: or, Operation without Production

CARLO BAGHETTI
University of Aix-Marseille
La représentation littéraire du travail précaire analysée à partir de Works de V. Trevisan

ERICA ONNIS
University of Torino
Mental illness and mental wellness: when doing is the precondition of being

JOHN MARKS
University of Nottingham
Deux jours, une nuit & La loi du marché: the tactical withdrawl of authority

ERICA ONNIS
University of Torino
Mental illness and mental wellness: when doing is
the precondition of being

17:30 / 18:00 CONCLUSIVE REMARKS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES
ANGELA CONDELLO
TIZIANO TORACCA
University of Torino