Chis, I., C. (forthcoming, 2024) ‘Envisioning a Post-capitalist Society through Gig Economy Subjects of Disablement’s Critiques of Productivity and Disablement’, Disability Policy in Comparative Perspective Panel of the APSA Virtual Research Meeting, American Political Science Association, February 2024.
Chis, I., C. (2023) ‘Moving Beyond the Rest-Work Dichotomy Through the Lens of Disability Politics: Rest as a Collective Necessity’, Approaching Rest, Work, and Activism through the Lens of Disability Politics: Relationships and Contradictions Symposium, British Sociological Association, 1st November 2023.
Chis, I., C. (2023) ‘Horizons to Collectively Move Towards: Gig Economy Subjects of Disablement’s Critiques of Productivity and Visions for a Transformed Socies’, Amplifying Under-represented Voices Conference, University of Birmingham Business School, 20th September 2023.
Chis, I., C. (2023) ‘Disablement Subjectivation and the Reproduction of Capital’, Historical Materialism Journal & Marxism and Disability Network seminar, 3rd September 2023.
Chis, I., C. (2023) ‘Theorising Disability and Disablement’, podcast discussion, The Critical Accounting Podcast, 11th July 2023.
Chis, I., C. (2023) ‘Social Reproduction, the Politics of Disablement, and the Work Transfer Thesis’, The Political Economy of Care panel of the Organising for the Good Life: Between Legacy and Imagination Annual Conference/Colloquium, The European Group for Organizational Studies, 6th July 2023.
Chis, I., C. (2023) ‘The Centrality of Disablement Subjectivation to the Reproduction of Capitalist Social Relations: Considerations for Critical and Global Political Economy’, Closing Plenary of The Costs of Capitalism Mid-Term Workshop, Critical Political Economy Research Group of the European Sociological Association, 10th June 2023.
Chis, I., C. (2023) ‘Identity, Work, and The Centrality of Disablement to the Reproduction of Capitalist Social Relations’, Interventions in Disability Politics Seminar Series, University of Brighton’s Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics, and Ethics, 29th March 2023.
Chis, I., C. (2023) ‘Subjects of Disablement: Exploring Identity-Related Divergences in Relation to Disability in the UK’, POLSISTalks Seminar Series, University of Birmingham’s Political Science and International Studies Department, 8th February 2023.