Vorträge und Konferenzbeiträge

“Ostdeutschland und Ostmitteleuropa”: Podium der Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Sachsen-Anhalt, Magdeburg, 17. November 2020

“Verletzungen der 'ökonomischen Identität': Ostdeutsche und tschechische Transformationserfahrungen post-1989 im Vergleich, paper presented at the 2020 Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie (DGS), Sektion Kultursoziologie / Sektion Methoden der qualitativen Sozialforschung, Berlin (digital), September 22, 2020

“Economic Memories of the Aftermath of the 1989 Revolutions in East Germany and the Czech Republic, Paper presented at the conference Deep Transformations. Emotional Experiences in the Post-Communist Change, Vilnius University (digital), September 3-4th 2020

“Reevaluating Tie Dissolution: Evidence from the East German Transformation post-1989” Paper to be presented at the conference How Networks Matter. Theoretical, methodical and empirical advances on network mechanisms and effects, Bremen University, SOCIUM, February 6-7, 2020.

“1989 als „Pionierzeit“ oder als „Verrat“? Paper presented at the conference Erbe ’89. Politisierung der Erinnerung, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, November 29-30, 2019.

“Die moralisch-ökonomische Last der Nachwendezeit: Freundschaftsbeziehungen als Prisma der Erinnerung”, paper presented at the conference Ambivalente Transformationen. ‚1989‘ zwischen Erfolgserzählung und Krisenerfahrung, TU Dresden, November 10-12, 2019

"Freundschaft in der ostdeutschen Nachwendezeit: Der Link zwischen Freundschaft und Gerechtigkeitsvorstellungen", Workshop "Die Entgrenzung der Freundschaft" am Frankfurter Institut für Sozialforschung, 15. November 2019.

“Drawing Moral Lessons from Economic Transformations: Economic Memory, Deservingness and Social Relations in post-1989 (East) Germany and the Czech Republic”, paper presented at the Myths, Memories and Economies: Post-Socialist Transformations in Comparison at the 9th Geneologies of Memories Conference, Warsaw, Poland, October 28-30, 2019.

“Deserved Economic Outcomes, Deserved Social Ties: Culture, Inequality and Friendship in Post-socialist East Germany after 1989”, paper presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, New York City, August 09-13, 2019.

“Populism, Memory and ‘Market Justice’ after 1989: East Germany and the Czech Republic Compared“, paper presented at the Section “Populism and Memory” at the Memory Studies Association (MSA) Conference in Madrid, June 26-29, 2019.

“Social Ties, Friendship and Moral Views of Market Society: Evidence from East Germany post-1989”, paper presented at the Eastern Sociological Society Conference (ESS), Boston, MA, March 15-18, 2019.

“The Temporal Logic of Deservingness: Inequality Beliefs in Two Post-socialist Societies”, Paper presented at the Center for Empirical Research on Stratification and Inequality (CERSI), Yale University, March 6th, 2019.

“Broken Friendship Ties and Betrayal”. Paper presented at the Frühjahrstagung der DGS Sektion Netzwerkforschung, GESIS Cologne, February 14-15, 2019.

“A relational model of ‘deservingness’: At the critical juncture of culture and economics”, paper presented at the Social Science History Association (SSHA) conference, Phoenix, AZ, November 8-11, 2018.

 “Ostdeutsche Verwerfungen: Der lange Schatten der ökonomischen Abwertung“{East German disruptions: the long shadow of economic devaluation}: Organizer of a Panel at the Congress of the German Sociological Association, Göttingen, September 28, 2018.

 “Notions of deservingness among the emerging middle classes of East Germany and the Czech Republic”, paper presented at the International Sociological Association Meeting in Toronto, July 15-21, 2018.

 “Broken Ties and Betrayal. Conceptualizing the robustness of social ties in a relational and cultural perspective”, paper presented at the Sunbelt 2018 Social Network Analysis Conference, Utrecht, June 26-July 1, 2018.

“Theorizing the temporality of moral-economic sentiments: The case of East Germany after 1989”, paper presented at the Economic Sociology Conference (Sektion Wirtschaftssoziologie) of the German Sociological Association (DGS), Graz, May 31-June 02. 2018.

“The temporality of deservingness. Moral-economic orientations in post-socialist East Germany after 1989”. Paper presented at the mini-conference on Class & Culture at the Eastern Sociological Society (ESS) Meeting 2018, Baltimore, MD, February 22-25, 2018.

“You realize who your true friends are”. Economic memory and the cultural force of deservingness: the case of East Germany after 1989, Paper Presented at the Center for Cultural Sociology Workshop at Yale University, December 1, 2017.

“Staying true to your folks? Changing strong ties and moral-economic lessons from the past in newly emerging capitalism”, Social Science History Association (SSHA), Montreal, November 02-05, 2017.

‘Separating the wheat from the chaff’. Economic crisis and ties of trust in the post-1989 Czech Republic and East Germany, Paper presented at the Center for Comparative Research Workshop at Yale University, October 10, 2017.

“Knowing what it’s like. Theorizing Moral-Economic Reasoning and Notions of Deservingness in Newly Capitalist Societies”, 11th Junior Theory Symposium (JTS) of the American Sociological Association Theory Section, Montreal, August 11 2017.

“Separating the wheat from the chaff‘. Fragmentation and cohesion of interpersonal relations in post-socialist capitalism”, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, August 12-16, 2017.

“‘Separating the wheat from the chaff‘. Relations of trust in emerging capitalisms in post-1989 East Germany and the Czech Republic.”, Presentation at the Osteuropa- Gruppe organized by Prof. Dieter Segert, Department of Political Science, Vienna University, May 4 2017.

“After Socialism: Collective Interpretations of the Transformation post-1989”, Zwischen abweichenden Narrativen und nationaler Loyalität: Oral History und Geschichtspolitik im östlichen Europa, Herder Institut Marburg, Marburg, March 02-03, 2017.

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