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11th Edition of the International Colloquium of Social Sciences and Communication (ACUM 2022) and the National Romanian Sociologists Society Conference

Panel: THE SOCIAL BIFURCATION OF REALITY. DIVERGING VOCABULARIES AND ONTOLOGIES OF SCIENCE-TRUSTING AND DISTRUSTING WORLDVIEWS

Chairs: Cosima Rughiniș, University of Bucharest
Michael G. Flaherty, Eckerd College

Conference program

  • Rughiniș, Cosima. The Social Bifurcation of Reality: Trusting and Distrusting Science in a Polarized World. Keynote speaker at the 11th Edition of the International Colloquium of Social Sciences and Communication (ACUM 2022) and the National Romanian Sociologists Society Conference. 27-28 October, 2022, Brașov, Romania.
  • Flaherty, Michael and Rughiniș, Cosima. Time and temperature: Living the climate crisis through argumentative time work. Presented at 11th Edition of the International Colloquium of Social Sciences and Communication (ACUM 2022) and the National Romanian Sociologists Society Conference. 27-28 October, 2022, Brașov, Romania.
  • Rughiniș, Cosima and Flaherty, Michael. Caught between a rock and a hard place: Emotion work and feeling rules for the climate crisis. Presented at 11th Edition of the International Colloquium of Social Sciences and Communication (ACUM 2022) and the National Romanian Sociologists Society Conference. 27-28 October, 2022, Brașov, Romania.
  • Vulpe, Simona-Nicoleta and Vasile, Sorina. Unvaccinated, Just Like Everybody Else. Vaccine Hesitancy in a Romanian Traditional Community. Presented at 11th Edition of the International Colloquium of Social Sciences and Communication (ACUM 2022) and the National Romanian Sociologists Society Conference. 27-28 October, 2022, Brașov, Romania.
  • Vulpe, Simona-Nicoleta. Divine protection and science skepticism. Vaccination and climate change controversies in religious articles. Presented at 11th Edition of the International Colloquium of Social Sciences and Communication (ACUM 2022) and the National Romanian Sociologists Society Conference. 27-28 October, 2022, Brașov, Romania.

EASST 2022 Politics of technoscientific future

  • Ciocănel, Alexandra. The affects of a crisis: optimism against pessimism in climate change debates. Presented at EASST 2022, Politics of technoscientific future. 6-9 July 2022, Madrid, Spain.

The 10th Tensions of Europe Conference: Technology, Environment and Resources

  • Ciocănel, Alexandra, Rughiniș, Cosima, and Flaherty, Michael. The temporality of resources as a matter of concern in climate change scepticism. The 10th Tensions of Europe Conference: Technology, Environment and Resources. 29 June to 1 July 2022, Aarhus University, Denmark.  

Twenty-Eighth International Conference of Europeanists The Environment of Democracy

  • Ciocănel, Alexandra, Flaherty, Michael, and Rughiniș, Cosima. Climate Change Debates as Competing Claims Concerning Time and Temporal Agency. Presented at the Twenty-Eighth International Conference of Europeanists. The Environment of Democracy. June 20-22, 2022, Lisbon, Portugal.

VI-INTERNATIONAL EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

  • Vulpe, Simona-Nicoleta. Divine Protection and Science Skepticism. Vaccination Controversies in Religious Articles. Presented at VI-INTERNATIONAL EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. August 26-27, 2022, Bucharest, Romania.

RAIMED 2022 Mobilising Methods in Medical Anthropology [Online] 18-21 January 2022

  • Borlescu, Ana and Cosima Rughiniș. Pandemic models in mainstream media: storying futures and sketching characters. Presented at RAIMED 2022 Mobilising Methods in Medical Anthropology [Online] 18-21 January 2022.
  • Rughiniș, Cosima, Simona-Nicoleta Vulpe, Alexandra Ciocănel, and Michael Flaherty. Like oil and water? Studying mixtures of Christian Orthodox and biomedical justifications on Covid-19 vaccination. Presented at RAIMED 2022 Mobilising Methods in Medical Anthropology [Online] 18-21 January 2022.
  • Vulpe, Simona-Nicoleta and Sorina Vasile. Unvaccinated, Just Like Everybody Else. Vaccine Hesitancy in a Romanian Traditional Community. Presented at RAIMED 2022 Mobilising Methods in Medical Anthropology [Online] 18-21 January 2022.

4S Annual Meeting 2021 Good Relations: Practices and Methods in Unequal and Uncertain Worlds. Toronto, [Online] 4-9 Octombrie 2021

  • Borlescu, Ana and Cosima Rughiniș. Pandemic models in popular media: Plotting alternative futures. Presented at 4S Annual Meeting 2021. Good Relations: Practices and Methods in Unequal and Uncertain Worlds. Toronto [Online] 4-9 October 2021.
  • Rughiniș, Cosima, and Michael G. Flaherty. Hinge objects & boundary objects in the Corona truth wars: studying masks and vaccines. 4S Annual Meeting 2021. Good Relations: Practices and Methods in Unequal and Uncertain Worlds. Toronto [Online] 4-9 Octombrie 2021.
  • Ciocănel, Alexandra and Mihai Dima. The Governance of Time through Modelling: Uncertainty as Argumentative Time-Work in Denialist Discourses of Climate Change. Presented at 4S Annual Meeting 2021 Good Relations: Practices and Methods in Unequal and Uncertain Worlds. Toronto, [Online] 4-9 Octombrie 2021
  • Vasile, Sorina and Cosima Rughiniș. The anti-vaccination movement and quantification: counting the dead to persuade the living. Presented at 4S Annual Meeting 2021 Good Relations: Practices and Methods in Unequal and Uncertain Worlds. Toronto, [Online] 4-9 Octombrie 2021

15th ESA Conference, Barcelona/Online, 31 August – 3 September 2021

  • Borlescu, Ana and Cosima Rughiniș. (Post)pandemic futures: Plotting future trajectories in Anglo-American media expert analyses. Presented at ESA2021 “Sociological Knowledges for Alternative Futures”, 31 August – 3 September 2021, Barcelona [Online].
  • Ciocănel, Alexandra and Michael Flaherty. The future of scepticism: an analysis of argumentative time-work in climate change denial. Presented at 15th ESA Conference, Barcelona/Online, 31 August – 3 September 2021
  • Vulpe, Simona-Nicoleta. Vaccines in times of pandemic. Argumentative time work for vaccine hesitancy. Presented at  ESA2021 “Sociological Knowledges for Alternative Futures”, 31 August – 3 September 2021, Barcelona [online],
  • Toth, Cosmin. Repertoires of vaccine refusal in Romania. Presented at  ESA2021 “Sociological Knowledges for Alternative Futures”, 31 August – 3 September 2021, Barcelona [online]
  • Vasile, Sorina and Cosima Rughiniș. Quantifying Vaccination Risks: A Case Study Of An Unlikely Death. Presented at 15th ESA Conference, Barcelona/Online, 31 August – 3 September 2021

6th International Conference of the Romanian Sociologists Society 16-18 iunie 2021

  • Vulpe, Simona-Nicoleta. Cooling Down the Future. A Discourse Analysis of Climate Change Skepticism. Presented at 6th International Conference of the Romanian Sociologists Society Curators and actors of the social fabric: Views through “Post-lenses”. Online, 16-18 June 2021.
  • Rughiniș, Cosima. Time work during the Coronavirus quarantine. A case study of masks. Presented at 6th International Conference of the Romanian Sociologists Society Curators and actors of the social fabric: Views through “Post-lenses”. Online, 16-18 June 2021.

Conceptualizări ale timpului în practica cercetării sociale, Universitatea din București, 13-14 mai 2021

  • Alexandra Ciocănel, Mihai Dima, Cosima Rughiniș, Temporalități încrucișate: pandemia COVID-19 și schimbarea climatică
  • Simona Vulpe, Cronopolitica și producerea ordinii temporale: un studiu comparativ al strategiilor de vaccinare și de adaptare la schimbările climatice
  • Sorina Vasile, Temporalitățile alternative ale pandemiei: munca temporală din controversa publică privind riscurile vaccinării anti-COVID19
  • Ana Borlescu, Traiectorii (post)pandemice: munca temporală și construirea viitorului în presa Anglo-Americană
  • Cosima Rughiniș, Simona Vulpe, Michael Flaherty, Practici temporale ale contestării expertizei: o analiză a controverselor privind viitorul pandemiei COVID-19

The Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK’s 2021 conference – ASA 2021, University of St. Andrews, 2 April 2021

  • Cosima Rughiniș, Michael Flaherty, Making sense of the Covid-19 crisis through argumentative time work, at the ASA 2021 conference, April 2, 2021 [Abstract]
  • Simona Vulpe, Imagined Futures and Resistance to Official Expertise during the Covid-19 Crisis: A Content Analysis of the Anti-Vaccination Discourse in Romania, at the ASA 2021 conference, April 2, 2021 [Abstract]

Other conferences | Alte conferințe

  • Vulpe, Simona-Nicoleta. Vaccines in times of pandemic. Argumentative time work for vaccine hesitancy. Presented at 15th Vaccine Congress Online and On-demand, 4 – 6 October 2021 [online]
  • Vulpe, Simona-Nicoleta. Resistance to Official Expertise and Imagined Futures: A Content Analysis of Anti-Vaccination Strategies during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Presented at SIEF2021: Breaking the Rules: Power, Participation, Transgression, 19-24 June 2021, Helsinki [online]