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Presentations from Vilnius

Ursula Huws, University of Hertfordshire, Utopias, Dystopias or new fields of accumulation and struggle?


Sabine Pfieffer, University of Hohenheim, The future of work: Critical reflections on the  susceptibility of jobs and new models of income.


Andrea Fumagalli, University of Pavia and University of Bologna, Unconditional and  Universal Basic Income in time of digitalization of labour: towards a governance of the human being – machine relationship


George Morgan, Western Sydney University, Cannibalising the Collegium: The Academic Career and the Scholarly Calling in the Managerial University


Annalisa Murgia, University of Trento, Gender and Precariousness in Academia: Findings from the GARCIA Project


Enda Brophy – language put to work: the making of the global call centre workforce


Kaire Holts – online gambling: a new form of digital labour on global platforms


Gillian Symon, Royal Holloway University, London, and Rebecca Whiting, Birkbeck College,  London, Managing Work-Life Boundaries and Identities in the Digital Age


Presentation of GAMES Project, Virtual Game Method in Higher Education, Kandela Õun, University of Tartu Pärnu College


Helen Richardson, University of Sheffield and Daiga Kamerade, Third Sector Research  Centre, University of Birmingham, The dawning of the age of work 3.0 – what’s new?


Hilla Peretz, Ort Braude Academic College of Engineering, Israel,  Flexible Work Arrangements, National Culture and Organizational Outcomes: A Study across 22 Countries