Lisa Suckert is a Senior Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne, Germany. She currently investigates the dynamics of future expectations and temporal orders in moments of economic and political crisis. Her work is theoretically inspired by field theory and économie des conventions and focuses on economic and political sociology, sociology of time and research on capitalism. Recent articles include: “The Future as a Social Fact. The Analysis of Perceptions of the Future in Sociology” (with Jens Beckert: Poetics, forthcoming) “Temporality in Discourse: Methodological Challenges and a Suggestion for a Quantified Qualitative Approach” (with Julian Hamann, Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 2/2018) and “Unravelling Ambivalence: A Field-Theoretical Approach to Moralised Markets” (Current Sociology, 5/2018).