The Quest for the Good Life in Precarious Times: Grassroots perspectives on value in the 21st century

The Quest for the Good Life in Precarious Times: Grassroots perspectives on value in the 21st century
Manchester, The Martin Harris Centre, 24th  – 26th  March, 2015
 
The event is hosted by the ESRC-funded research project The Domestic Moral Economy: An ethnographic study of value in the Asia Pacific.  Over two days five research teams with overlapping inquiries will meet and present papers.  For full programme, descriptions of the projects and registration details, see our website  https://thequestforthegoodlife.wordpress.com
The conference begins at 4:30pm Tues 24 March, with a pre-conference seminar on Democratising the Study of Economics lead by five members of Manchester’s Post Crash Economics Society, chaired by Professor John O’Neill.
It ends at 5:30 Thurs. 26 March in a round table discussion on the conference theme chaired by Chris Gregory with the PIs of the five projects; Chris Hann, Susana Narotzky, Niko Besnier, Deborah James, Karen Sykes, and Jane Guyer.
Registration Fee is £30 for the conference, plus the option of attending the Conference dinner,  £30.
Registration will close on Friday 20 March, and there will be no on-site registration.
Further inquiries can be addressed to Thedmeproject@gmail.com<mailto:Thedmeproject@gmail.com>
Chris Gregory (Manchester, ANU) Fiona Magowan (QUB) and Karen Sykes (Manchester)