Call for Papers and Panels: ‘Moral economies of care and welfare in Africa: a return to the Universal?’ at ASAUK 2020.
Dear all (with apologies for cross-posting),
We are currently calling for papers and panels as part of a thematic stream, ‘New moral economies of care and welfare in Africa: a return to the Universal?’, which will be running from 8-10 September at the African Studies Association of the UK annual conference in Cardiff, UK. The stream is hosted by the ERC-Funded project, ‘Universal Health Coverage and the Public Good in Africa’.
Current sessions open for papers (from all relevant fields) include:
Thematic roundtable: ‘The universal and the public good - care and welfare in Africa’
Panel: ‘Generations of health and welfare in Africa: moral economy, history and the present’ (Convened by Holly Ashford and David Bannister)
Panel: ‘Beyond mobile money: Digital technologies, economic life and the public good in Africa’ (Convened by Tom Neumark)
Panel: ‘Healthcare, citizenship and the state: new figurations of obligation, solidarity and inequality in Africa’ (Convened by Vickie Muinde and Jamie Wintrup)
Panel: ‘(Re)Distribution and Universalism: the moral economy of social protection and cash transfers’ (Convened by Liz Fouksman)
The deadline for submissions is 22nd March, and the conference and panel stream website are here, showing individual panels and convenors: http://www.asauk.net/asauk-2020/thematic-streams-asauk2020/new-moral-economies-of-care-and-welfare-in-africa-a-return-to-the-universal/
For more information, please contact the stream organisers Ruth Prince, Jacinta Victoria Muinde and David Bannister:
David Bannister. Research Fellow: Universal Health Coverage and the Public Good in Africa. Institute of Health and Society, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo.