Date(s) - 19/07/2022 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
The Practices of Ethnography in Business and Management Studies: From Fieldwork to Deskwork to Film-Making
Tuesday 19 July 2022, King’s Manor, University of York, United Kingdom
At this event, we will be hosting four book panels together with authors of important recent ethnographies to discuss each ethnography. The event will conclude with a keynote lecture on ethnography by Professor Fabian Muniesa. The event is open and free to attend but we have a limited number of seats available. Please register to secure your attendance by 1 July 2022 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
|Convenors||Rita Davidson (University of Manchester), Professor John Hassard (University of Manchester), Professor Leo McCann (University of York), Dr Dean Pierides (Newcastle University)|
|Co-convenors||Dr Lindsay Hamilton (University of York), Dr Gemma Lord (Open University), Dr Sideeq Mohammed (University of Kent), Professor Damian O’Doherty (University of Liverpool)|
|Professor Hannah Knox (University College London), Dr Bethan Loftus (Bangor University), Dr Mike Rowe (University of Liverpool), Assistant Professor Linda Tallberg (Hanken School of Economics)|
|Keynote speaker||Professor Fabian Muniesa (CSI-Mines ParisTech)|
Tuesday 19 July 2022
|10am – 10:30am||Opening from convenors||Leo McCann, Dean Pierides, Rita Davidson, John Hassard|
|10:30am – 11:30am||Book discussion panel||Lindsay Hamilton, Linda Tallberg|
|11:30am – 12pm||Coffee break|
|12pm – 1pm||Book discussion panel||Damian O’Doherty, Sideeq Mohammed|
|1pm – 2pm||Lunch|
|2pm – 3pm||Book discussion panel||Leo McCann, Bethan Loftus, Mike Rowe|
|3pm – 4pm||Book discussion panel||Hannah Knox, Dean Pierides|
|4pm – 4:30pm||Coffee break|
|4:30pm – 6pm||Keynote lecture||Fabian Muniesa|
|Closing from convenors||Leo McCann, Dean Pierides, Rita Davidson, John Hassard|
Ethnographies that will be discussed by the members of the panels
Hamilton, L., & Taylor, N. (2017). Ethnography after humanism: Power, politics and method in multi-species research. New York: Macmillan Publishers Ltd.
Knox, H. (2020). Thinking like a climate: Governing a city in times of environmental change. Durham: Duke University Press.
Loftus, B. (2019). Normalizing covert surveillance: the subterranean world of policing. The British Journal of Sociology, 70(5), 2070-2091.
McCann, L. (2022). The paramedic at work: A sociology of a new profession. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
O’Doherty, D. (2017). Reconstructing organization: The loungification of society. Palgrave Macmillan: London.
Pearson, G., & Rowe, M. (2020). Police street powers and criminal justice: regulation and discretion in a time of change. Oxford: Hart.