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Research seminar at TSE Understanding and Questioning New Work Practices: From Marxist Materialism to Merleau-Ponty
Tapahtumapaikka: Rehtorinpellonkatu 3, LS16 (Turun kauppakorkeakoulu, päärakennus (T57))
Aloitusaika: 22.6.2017 12:00
Päättymisaika: 22.6.2017 14:00
Professor François-Xavier de Vaujany, Professor of Management of Université Paris-Dauphine will give a presentation on Understanding and Questioning New Work Practices: From Marxist Materialism to Merleau-Ponty on Thursday June 22nd from 12-14 in LS16. Coffee and pie is served for participants registering before June 15th. Abstract: With the rise in independent workers, the generalization of collaborative entrepreneurship, co-working, telework, digital nomadism, open innovation, corporate hacking, flexible work, or DIY, work practices experience deep transformations. This seminar aims at explaining how Marxist and Post-Marxist concepts, in particular Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenology, can shed light on new work practices and their legitimation in organizations and society. Merleau-Pontian notions such as perception, expression, visibility, continuity, institution and passivity will be illustrated with an ethnography of a maker space in Paris. Biography: François-Xavier de Vaujany is Professor of Management & Organization Studies at Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL. Beyond discourses and discursive approaches, he is particularly interested in the role of embodiment, materiality, visuality and spatiality in the processes of communication and legitimation of new work practices (e.g. digital nomads, telework, coworking, distributed work, etc.). In late 2014, he has funded an international academic network (RGCS: the Research Group on Collaborative Spaces) about collaborative communities and collaborative movements involved in new work practices (i.e. coworkers, makers, fabbers…). This network explores the material, spatial and temporal dimensions of new work practices. For more information: https://sites.google.com/site/fdevaujany/ Welcome!
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