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Program Summer Academy Seoul 9 -16 August 2015

Sunday, 9 August


18:00 Reception at the Fraser Place Namdaemun Hotel

20:00 Dinner at the Fraser Place Namdaemun Hotel

Monday, 10 August

10:30 Opening ceremony at Sogang University

Keynote by Andreas Eckert (re:work)
Jie-Hyun Lim (Sogang University)

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Introduction to the Summer Academy

14:00 Mihye Cho & Soo-Hyun Mun: Family Work and Citizenship in Aging Singapore
and Korea
Discussant: Georg Schinko

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 Pedro Bortoto: Workplace Conflict, Grievances and Workers’ Agency in

American Railroads: Chicago, 1946-1958
Discussant: Luciana Wollmann

17:30 Edward Brudney: Reimagining the ‘Argentine Man’: Labor and Citizenship
during the Proceso de Reorganización Nacional
Discussant: Charles-Antoine Wanecq

19:00 Dinner at Mapo Galmaegi

Tuesday, 11 August

09:30 Kenshi Fukumoto: Polyphonic Solidarity in Poland. The Milk Drop Society in
Discussant: Flavia Veras

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Agata Zysiak: “Take a Pride in what you’re doing”. Workers in Declining
Monoindustrial Cities. Cases of Lodz (Poland) and Detroit (USA) in
comparative Perspective
Discussant: Raka Roy

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Adrian Grama: The Limits of Forced Labour in Postwar Eastern Europe (1945-
1960). Towards a Global Genealogy of Stabilization Policies
Discussant: Zhongjin Li

16:00 Coffee break

16:30 Key Texts

19:00 Welcome Speech by the Sogang University’s President and Reception

at Mateo Hall (9F)

Wednesday, 12 August

09:30 Mareen Heying: Prostitutes’ Movements in Germany and Italy, 1975-2002

Discussant: Radosław Polkowski

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Zhongjin Li: Unpacking the East Asian Miracle. Labor Regime and Structural
Contradictions in Japan, South Korean, Taiwan and China (Mainland)
Discussant: Pedro Bortoto

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Excursion to Seodaemun Prison

19:00 Dinner at the Fraser Place Namdaemun Hotel

Thursday, 13 August

09:30 Shalina Mathew: To Work or not to Work. Labour Market Vulnerabilities and
‘Adverse Inclusion’ among Women in Kerala, India
Discussant: Edward Brudney

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Radosław Polkowski: Pathways to Citizenship (Inclusion) and Conflict

(Exclusion): Employment Relations in Migrant Workers’ Workplaces
Discussant: Adrian Grama

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Raka Roy: Tracing Informality in Post-Colonial Delhi. The Making of Wazirpur
and its Working Lives, from the 1960s to the Present
Discussant: Agata Zysiak

16:00 Coffee break

16:30 Georg Schinko: Music-making and Singing as (Non-)Work: Differentiations and

Hierarchies (Austria, ca. 1918-1938)
Discussant: Kenshi Fukumoto

19:00 Dinner at Pulipchae (Korean Cuisine Buffet)

Friday, 14 August

09:30 Flavia Veras: Stage Performers. Theatre Artists and their Organizations
between Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires (1918-1945)
Discussants: Mihye Cho and Soo-Hyun Mun

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Charles-Antoine Wanecq: Saving, Protecting and Caring. Emergency Medical

Services in France (1880-1980)
Discussants: Mareen Heying

13:00 Lunch
14:30 Luciana Wollmann: Niterói Workers. Workers, Political and Social
Struggles at the Niterói, Rio de Janeiro (1942-1964)
Discussant: Shalina Mathew

16:00 Coffee break

16:30 Final Discussion

(with comments by the seniors followed by open discussion)

19:30 Dinner at K-Turtle

Saturday, 15 August

10:00 Thematical City Excursion

(incl. Namdaemun Market/ Gwangjang Market - Alf Lüdtke)

14:30 Leisure Time for the participants

19:00 Farewell Dinner

Sunday, 16 August