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Sub-theme 56: Re-visiting Markets from Attachments and Organizing Peace from Grassroots [merged with sub-theme 72]

Convenors:
Marianna Fotaki, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Alexandre Mallard, MINES ParisTech, France
Tsutomu Nakano, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, SH-GBong
Welcome by All Convenors & Organisations for Peace
Chair: Marianna Fotaki, Alexandre Mallard, Tsutomu Nakano & Didem Derya Özdemir Kaya
Jordan Brown
Stitching together non-peace: The haptics of autoethnographic encounters in Palestinian organizations
Liora Moskovitz and Rachel Amato
Jousting with windmills? What we can learn from leadership experiences in ‘Organisations for Peace’
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, SH-GBong
Attachments and Creation of Markets
Chair: Alexandre Mallard & Tsutomu Nakano
Philip Roscoe and Paul Willman
Flaunt the imperfections: Affective governance and London’s ‘Alternative Investment Market’
Emilie Reinhold and Elen Riot
The artwork: Commodity or enchanted good?
Mandy de Wilde
Mitigating climate change, marketizing trust: on (not) maintaining judgment devices in the Dutch energy retrofit market
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, SH-GBong
Artefacts and Tools Conducive to Peacebuilding
Chair: Didem Derya Özdemir Kaya
Anouck Adrot and Anne Salzman
“Do as I say not as I do”: The emergence a peacebuilding organization and its struggle with conflicts
Mauro Romanelli
Rediscovering sustainable peace through information technology
Chanhyo Jeong
Cat Union and other joke flags of the South Korean Candlelight Revolution 2016–2017
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, SH-GBong
Attachments in the Age of Analog/Digital Transformation
Chair: Alexandre Mallard
Tsutomu Nakano and Martin Skrydstrup
In the groove: Rethinking the analogue-digital divide in the high-end audio market
Kotaro Abe
An unintended legendary car and Toyota’s intended community: The case of the old and new 86 in Japan
Liz McFall, David Moats and Darren Umney
Can digital data enlighten, attach or provoke arts audiences?
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, SH-GBong
Supporting Migrants, Rebuilding Lives
Chair: Marianna Fotaki
Emmanouela Mandalaki and Miguel Pina e Cunha
Embodied responses to grand challenges: Evidence from the refugee crisis in Greece
Ugur Yetkin and Deniz Tunçalp
Immigrant entrepreneurship and emancipation: A critical review
Ambreen Ben-Shmuel
Centering intersectionality when organizing peace: How gender and nationality shape participation in peacebuilding in Israel and Palestine
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, SH-GBong
Problems of Attachment and Arts of Detachments
Chair: Tsutomu Nakano
Jennifer Smith Maguire, Richard E. Ocejo and Michaela DeSoucey
Mobile trust regimes and the dilemma of building omnivorous attachments
Stefan Schwarzkopf and Jessica Inez Backsell
Freeports and the arts of detachment from open markets
Alexandre Mallard
A scrapping premium for the boiler. Looking into the market agencements of a detachment policy
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, SH-GBong
The Impact of Conflict on Economic and Organizational Life
Chair: Marianna Fotaki
Oana Branzei, Ramzi Fathallah and Pablo Muñoz
Placial labor: How entrepreneurs leverage place imprints to survive cumulative hostility
Shuaib Ahmed Soomro and Olivier Roques
Relationship between job stress and burnout: Organizational justice as a mediator and sensitivity to terrorism as a moderator
Luis Alejandro Taborda Andrade, Catherine Macombe, Dominic Dufour, Mario Augusto García Dávila and Thierry Tran
Conflict and inequality in the region of Cauca Colombia: Comparative analysis of cassava starch value chain 1995 and 2018