Coworking and the Future of Work – Extending the Debate Research and Stakeholder Workshop – 21-22 October 2022, Brighton
5 August 2022
The Coworking Research Collective (CORECOL) invites applications for participation in this workshop to discuss ongoing and recent research projects about coworking and the future of work, broadly conceived, and to engage with practitioners from the coworking sector to understand the current developments ‘on the ground’. We want to share ideas, compare notes, offer interventions and collectively contribute to the consolidation and expansion of a research agenda around coworking as an empirically and theoretically significant phenomenon under contemporary capitalism.
We invite participants from across the social sciences including business and management,
geography, sociology, labour studies, information systems, communication and others with
current or recently completed studies on coworking and coworking spaces in any context to
share their work, receive feedback and think things through together to join us. This includes
researchers at all stages, but we particularly encourage Early Career Researchers and PhD students at all stages of study, including those in pre-fieldwork / data collection stages.
This is an in-person workshop.
Day 1- 21 October: Plus X, Brighton.
Day 2 – 22 October: the University of Sussex Business School, Falmer, Brighton.
How to apply – deadline: 30 Sept 2022
Interested researchers must complete a simple application document, in Word, to include the
- Personal Information: Full name, institutional affiliation and current post, and a 50-
word academic profile
- A Title and Abstract: An Abstract of 200-300 words, not including references
should provide clear information about the key details of the research question, main
conceptual framing, empirical context if any, and the specific elements the applicant
is keen to focus on for feedback and discussion.
The document should be sent to Ödül Bozkurt by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading: ECR Coworking Workshop. Admissions will be granted on a rolling basis with the final deadline of September 30th.
Funding is available for one night accommodation in Brighton and economy travel from most UK and some overseas locations.