WORK - Continuities and Disruptions in Modern Life


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The First International Interdisciplinary Conference on Research on Work 21-23 August 2013, Finland

The First International Interdisciplinary Conference on Research on Work in Turku, Finland was a successful intellectual endeavor. It was hosted by University of Turku and Turku Centre for Labour Studies, TCLS . The conference valorized the vast field of research on work from different disciplinary perspectives. The conference programme brought together researchers with four exellent keynote sessions and sessions with 160 presentations, all of which offered excellent platforms for fruitful discussions. See the book of Abstracts . The social programme concisted of invitation reception by the City of Turku and medieval dinner at the Castle of Turku. Thanks to all participants and sponsors.

We are happy to receive feedback on the conference. Let us know what was especially good, and how we could improve arrangements for the next conference. Thank you very much.

We invite you to the Second International Interdisciplinary Conference on Research on Work in 2015. Also this conference will be organized by TCLS at University of Turku, Turku School of Economics. The call for papers will be announced on the TCLS website http://www.utu.fi/en/units/tcls/Pages/home.aspx next Autumn.

We hope to see you again in August 2015!

On behalf of the organizing committee,

Anne Kovalainen, chair

Scroll to see photographs from the conference, please.

The Plenarists from left to right: Professor Steven Vallas, USA, Professor Jill Rubery, UK, Professor Silvia Gherardi, Italy and  Professor Jussi Vahtera, Finland.

Audience listening to Keynote Speech

Pics from the Confernce

At Turku Castle. From left to right:Seppo Poutanen, Silvia Gherardi, Steven Vallas, Jill Rubery, Antonio Strati and Anne Kovalainen.

Medieval Dinner at Turku Castle

Organizing Committee: From left to right: Eija Vuorio, Paul Jonker-Hoffrén, Hanna Virtanen, Birgit Haanmäki, Anne Kovalainen and Maija Vähämäki

 

09.09.2013 10:06 Eija Vuorio