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Seminars for 2016/17

4pm – 5.30pm
MBS East Building (Rooms to be confirmed on seminar posters)

Seminars will be instructional, incisive and analytical offerings to a select number of academics who register to attend these events. Spaces will be limited for attending these seminars with some worldclass ethnographers.

 

October
19th
Amanda Pettica-Harris
Grenoble Ecole de Management

‘Studying Uber X’ Auto-ethnography as Uber passengers
Click here to read the abstract and further information

 

November

16th
Professor Penny Harvey
Department of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester

‘Doing Ethnography’

 

23rd
Organisation Special Issue Workshop

 

December

7th
Alice Street
University of Edinburgh
‘Making the state care: international health management in an era of global health’

 

February

2nd
Douglas Holmes
State University of New York

‘Central Bank Capitalism: Visible Hands, Audible Voices’

 

March

21st
Keir Martin
University of Oslo

‘Ethnography: Taking Neoliberalism seriously’

 

April
26th
Mark de Rond
University of Cambridge

‘Carnal Ethnography’

 

May

17th
Barbara Czarniawska
Göteborg University, Sweden

‘Ethnography, Or ‘symmetric ethnology’?’

 

June
7th
Rebecca Empson
University College London

‘Ethnography and New Economic Subjectivities’

 

21st
Ödül Bozkurt
University of Sussex

“Markets, community and work in classic motoring: Labouring in the vintage economy”