ESRC Seminar Series: Historicising the theory and practice of organizational analysis
Seminar 4: Ethnography and Phenomenological Approaches
17 February 2016, Alliance Manchester Business School, Oxford Road, Manchester
Our next event in the ESRC seminar series will be hosted by Alliance Manchester Business School on Wednesday 17 February 2016. The programme is as follows:
0900-0930 Arrival and Refreshments
0930-0945 Welcome and Introduction
0945-1030 Alan McKinlay (Newcastle U): “Foucault and the archive”
1030-1115 Bill Cooke (York U): “The affect of the archive”
1130-1215 Andrea Bernardi (Manchester Metropolitan U): “Auto-ethnography”
1215-1300 Andrea Whittle & John Wilson (Newcastle U): “History-in-action”
1300-1345 Buffet Lunch
1345-1430 Stephanie Decker (Aston U): “Archival ethnography”
1430-1515 Lucy Newton (Reading U): “Corporate identity”
1530-1615 Daniel Mai (Consultant: Berlin): “Cultures of remembrance”
1615 Discussion and Closing Remarks
Registration: There are 25 free (ESRC-sponsored) places that will be allocated on a “first come first served” basis. A conference registration fee of £30.00 will be charged on additional places and this will include refreshments and buffet lunch.
Travel & accommodation: Expenses should be covered by participants (except speakers, whose travel and accommodation costs will be covered).
The workshop will be held in Alliance Manchester Business School, Booth Street West, Manchester M15 6PB. Alliance Manchester Business School is approximately 15 minutes walk from Manchester Oxford Road station. See University of Manchester website for details.
For further enquiries please contact the conference administrator (Nighat Din: email@example.com] or members of the organizing team: John Hassard (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Damian O’Doherty (email@example.com), both at Manchester Business School); Stephanie Decker (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Aston Business School; or Mick Rowlinson (email@example.com) at Queen Mary University London.