Subproject B06 has published a new journal article “Financial Solidarity or Autonomy? How Gendered Wealth and Income Inequalities Influence Couples' Money Management” in Social Inlcusion 11(1). The article is available via open access.
New podcast episode Appropriate
In the third episode of our mini-series about Global Commons, we hear from Megan Blomfield about Carbon Sink as a Global Commons.
Hartmut Rosa is one of the winners of the Leibniz Prize awarded by the DFG. The award is endowed with 2.5 million euros and is considered the most prestigious German research funding prize. Further information here.
Agnieszka Althaber & Kathrin Leuze invite you to the research colloquium „Paare soziologisch“. Title: "Einigkeit in Geldfragen? Quantitative Forschungsergebnisse zu Eigentumsungleichheiten und der Geldverwaltung von Paaren in Ost- und Westdeutschland". Date/ Place: Wednesday, 8 February 2022.
Hartmut Rosa was a guest on "Jung und Naiv" and spoke with Tilo Jung about his career and youth, religion and God, his path to sociology, his resonance theory, the end of the capitalist system, the resistance to turn away from the growth compulsion, the accelerated society and our permanent discontent, the economic class and neoliberalism, consequences for democracy, the role of religion, alternatives to capitalism and how we get to "system change".
Marlen van den Ecker has written a commentary in the FAZ on plagiarism and intellectual property from a sociological perspective.
The SFB in the media
Stefan Schmalz discusses in Jacobin Magazine the participation of the Chinese state-owned company COSCO in a terminal in the port of Hamburg and takes a critical look at the private ownership.
Agnieszka Althaber's dissertation has been published as a book entitled "Teilzeitarbeit im Lebensverlauf von Männern. On the occupational structuring of transitions and consequences" by Budrich Verlag (PDF as open access).
Event information: "How much racism is there in Max Weber and what shall we do with it?"
The SFB Annual Conference 2022 is coming soon! On 4 and 5 October the time has come. We are looking forward to great talks and excellent guests on "Contested Concepts of Property". Click here for the programme.
Einladung zum Dialograum, 4.-5.10. UHG Jena
Ownership obliges - but who? We would like to discuss these and other questions with you in the context of an art exhibition. Find out more under the following link.
Privateigentum auf dem Prüfstand. Fünf Vorträge mit Diskussion zur aktuellen Eigentumsfrage
Event note: Silke van Dyk will give a lecture on the topic at the conference "Private Property on the Test Stand" on 17 September: „Wem gehört das Öffentliche?“. You can find the flyer for the conference here.
“De-Privatizing Municipal Services and Public Infrastructures: Instituting the Urban Commonfare?“