Beiträge über 'Gramsci'

Am Blog Forum „Kritische Organisationsforschung“ findet sich ein Hinweis auf einen spannenden Call for Papers der Zeitschrift ‚Critical Perspectives on International Business‘ zum Thema “Voices at/from the Margins: Articulating the ‘Consequences’ of International Business” (IB):
„[T]he aim of this special issue is to establish a forum in which to articulate the consequences of IB by illuminating the voices at and from society’s social, economic, and political margins. In this endeavor, we seek well-crafted empirical and conceptual papers that account for the pejorative outcomes of IB, which specifically considers its implications on the lived realities of the most marginalized constituents of society, or what Gayatri Spivak (1988) labels—borrowing from Antonio Gramsci—the ‘subaltern’ (also see Prasad, 2009). We hold a broad understanding as to who legitimately qualifies under this label. We contend that it may include indigenous communities, exploited workers in both the formal and the informal economy, citizens living under (neo-)colonial systems such mehr »

Call for Papers für einne Workshop, 23-24 January, 2014, Centre d’Història de la Ciència (CEHIC), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)-Institut d’Estudis Catalans (IEC), Barcelona:

In spite of the longstanding perception of modern science as value-free knowledge of the external world, the boundaries between a supposed ideology-free history of ideas and an ideology-loaded social history of science have been progressively blurred in the last decades. As a result, criticisms of the autonomy and neutrality of modern science have permeated more or less explicitly recent historiography of science. Within such a framework, the profiles, responsibilities and commitments of academics, and especially of those involved in the natural sciences, have been dramatically realigned.

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