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The Sharing and Caring Podcast Series

The Sharing and Caring Podcast Series

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Interviews and discussions with leading scientists in the collaboration economy. Produced in association with the COST Action 16121, ‘From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy’ and the University of Nicosia. This action is a European Cooperation in Science & Technology action running from 2017-2021. The series is hosted by the action’s science communication manager Nicholas Nicoli, Associate Professor at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus.
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Sharing and Caring Podcast Series - episode 5
This is the Sharing and Caring podcast series. This podcast is a series of interviews and discussions with leading scientists in the collaboration economy. The Sharing and Caring podcast series is produced in association with the COST Action 16121, ‘From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy’ and the University of Nicosia. The series is hosted by the action’s science communication manager Nicholas Nicoli, Associate Professor at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. Sharing and Caring Website. We are thrilled to have with us on this episode Dr. Airi Lampinen and Professor Ann Light. Airi Lampinen is Associate Professor at the Computer and Systems Sciences Department at Stockholm University and a Docent in Social Psychology at the University of Helsinki. Her research is focused on interpersonal challenges at the intersections of economic encounters, exchange platforms, and algorithmic systems. Lampinen is a founding faculty member of the Stockholm Technology and Interaction Research group. In the Sharing and Caring COST Action she co-led working group one on practices and communities. Ann Light is Professor of Interaction Design at Malmo University, Sweden, and Professor of Design and Creative Technology, University of Sussex, UK. She is a qualitative researcher and interaction theorist, specializing in participatory design, human-computer interaction and collaborative future-making. She has worked with arts and grass-roots organizations and marginalized groups and is currently co-leading research on projects in the EU and UK. LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS:  PROFESSOR ANN LIGHT Belk, Russell (2017). Sharing without Caring. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 249–261 Benkler, Yochai (2004). Sharing Nicely: On Shareable Goods and the Emergence of Sharing as a Modality of Economic Production, Yale Law Journal, vol. 114 (November), pp. 273–358 Lampinen, Airi (2021) The Trouble with Sharing: Interpersonal Challenges in Peer-to-Peer Exchange, Morgan and Claypool DR. AIRI LAMPINEN Berns, Katie, Rossitto, Chiara, & Tholander, Jakob (2021, May). Queuing for Waste: Sociotechnical Interactions within a Food Sharing Community. In Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1-15). Light, Ann, & Miskelly, Clodagh (2019). Platforms, scales and networks: meshing a local sustainable sharing economy. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), 28(3), 591-626. Zelizer, Viviana A. (2005). The Purchase of Intimacy. Princeton University Press.
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October 08, 2021
Sharing and Caring Podcast Series - episode 4
This is the Sharing and Caring podcast series. This podcast is a series of interviews and discussions with leading scientists in the collaboration economy. The Sharing and Caring podcast series is produced in association with the COST Action 16121, ‘From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy’ and the University of Nicosia. The series is hosted by the action’s science communication manager Nicholas Nicoli, Associate Professor at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus. Sharing and Caring Website. We are thrilled to have with us on this episode Dr. Penny Travlou and Dr. Dimitirs Pettas. Dr. Penny Travlou is lecturer in cultural geography & theory in the Edinburgh School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture at the University of Edinburgh with a PhD in Cultural Geography from Durham University. Her research focuses on social justice, the commons, collaborative practices, emerging networks, feminist methodologies, epistemologies of the South and ethnography.  She is the Co-Leader of our Working Group 1 in the Cost Action: From Sharing to Caring: The Socio-technical Impact of Collaborative Economy. Dr. Dimitris Pettas is a Marie Sklodowska Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Urban and Regional Planning at the Technical University of Berlin. His research interests include the study of: the social production of public space, the development of platform economy and its impact on urban environment, the role of power relations and agency in modes of urban governance and the exploration and comparative analysis of epistemological and ontological approaches concerning the production of urban environment and urban life.   LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. PENNY TRAVLOU Agustin, Ó.G., and Jørgensen, M.B. (2019), Solidarity and the ‘Refugee Crisis’ in Europe, Springer. Armin, A. (2009), The Social Economy: International Perspectives on Economic Solidarity, Zed Books. Kawano, E. (2016), Solidarity Economy: Building an Economy for People & Planet, U.S. Solidarity Economy Network LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. DIMITRIS PETTAS Colomb, C. and De Souza T.M. (2021), Regulating Short-Term Rentals. Platform-based property rentals in European cities: the policy debates, London: Property Research Trust. Srnicek, N. (2016), Platform Capitalism. Polity.
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June 14, 2021
Sharing and Caring Podcast Series - episode 3
This is the Sharing and Caring podcast series. This podcast is a series of interviews and discussions with leading scientists in the collaborative economy. The Sharing and Caring podcast series is produced in association with the COST Action 16121, ‘From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy’ and the University of Nicosia.  The series is hosted by the action’s science communication manager Nicholas Nicoli, Associate Professor at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus. Sharing and Caring Website. On this episode we have the pleasure to introduce to the series Dr. Liesbeth Huybrechts and Dr. Maurizio Teli. Dr. Liesbeth Huybrechts is Associate Professor and works in the areas of participatory design, design anthropology and spatial transformation processes in the research group Arck, University of Hasselt. She has developed a research interest in collectivity and commons in city and region-making which she explores in several research and educational projects.  Dr. Maurizio Teli is Associate Professor of Techno-Anthropology and Participation at the Department of Planning, Aalborg University, Denmark. He works at the intersection of participatory design, the analysis of socio-economic inequalities, and critical theories. He investigates how to co-design technologies contributing to commoning practices in society, with a particular focus on collaborations with grassroots initiatives – as visible in two of the last European projects he has been involved in, Commonfare and Grassroots Radio. LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. LIESBETH HUYBRECHTS de la Cadena, M. and Blaser, M. (editors) (2018), A World of Many Worlds, Duke University Press. Latour, B. (2018), Down to earth. Politics in the New Climatic Regime, Polity Press. LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. MAURIZIO TELI Federici, S. (2018), Re-enchanting the World: Feminism and the Politics of the Commons, PM Press. Light, A., Miskelly, C. (2019), Platforms, Scales and Networks: Meshing a Local Sustainable Sharing Economy. Comput Supported Coop Work 28, 591–626. Moore, J. (2015), Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital, Verso Books.
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June 08, 2021
Sharing and Caring Podcast Series - episode 2
This is the Sharing and Caring podcast series. This podcast is a series of interviews and discussions with leading scientists in the collaborative economy. The Sharing and Caring podcast series is produced in association with the COST Action 16121, ‘From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy’ and the University of Nicosia. The series is hosted by the action’s science communication manager Nicholas Nicoli, Associate Professor at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus. Sharing and Caring Website. On this episode we are joined by Dr. Christoph Lutz, and Dr. Cristina Miguel, both members of our action. Christoph Lutz is an Associate Professor at the Nordic Centre for Internet & Society, BI Norwegian Business School (Oslo). His research interests include online participation, privacy, the sharing economy, and social robots. Cristina Miguel is a Senior Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University, UK. Her research interests include Digital Culture (network intimacy, online communities, and online privacy), and Digital Economy (sharing economy, the political economy of social media, and influencer marketing).  LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. CHRISTOPH LUTZ Gershon, I. (2017). Down and out in the new economy. University of Chicago Press. Van Doorn, N. (2020). A new institutions on the block: On platform urbanism and Airbnb citizenship. New Media & Society, 22 (10), 1 808-1826. LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. CRISTINA MIGUEL Klimczuk, A., Česnuitytė, V., Miguel, C., Avram, G. (eds.) ( 2021, forthcoming), The Sharing Economy in Europe: Developments, practices, and contradictions. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Taheri, B., Rahimi, R. and Buhalis, D. (eds.) (2021, forthcoming), The Sharing Economy: Perspectives, Opportunities and Challenges, Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers.
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March 15, 2021
Sharing and Caring Podcast Series - episode 1
This is the Sharing and Caring podcast series. This podcast is a series of interviews and discussions with leading scientists in the collaborative economy. The Sharing and Caring podcast series is produced in association with the COST Action 16121, ‘From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy’ and the University of Nicosia. The series is hosted by the action’s science communication manager Nicholas Nicoli, Associate Professor at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus. Sharing and Caring Website. We are joined by Professor Susanne Bødker and Dr. Anton Fedosov, both members of our action. Susanne Bødker is a professor of human-computer interaction in the Department of Computer Science, at Aarhous University in Denmark. She is known for her work on participatory design and computer-mediated human activity.  Dr. Anton Fedosov, is an interaction design researcher at the People and Computing Lab at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. His research interests lie at the intersection of social aspects of ubiquitous computing, collaborative economy, and user experience design of inter-active systems and services. LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF PROFESSOR SUSANNE BØDKER Dourish, P. (2017), The stuff of bits: An Essay on the Materialities of Information, MIT Press  Smith, B. C. (2019), The Promise of Artificial Intelligence: Reckoning and Judgement, MIT Press.  LITERATURE RECOMMENDATIONS OF DR. ANTON FEDOSOV John, N. (2016), The age of sharing, Polity Press. Scholz, T. and Schneider, N. (editors) (2017), Ours to hack and to own: The Rise of Platform Cooperativism, a New Vision for the Future of Work and a Fairer Internet, OR Books.
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January 31, 2021