Presentations | Prezentări

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]