Call for abstractsVirtual Paper Development Session:
Paradox and Ethnography
10th September 2020
This virtual workshop strives to highlight opportunities and limitations of ethnography for scholarly works on paradoxes. To meet this goal, we will first have an expert panel discussion, followed by short presentations and feedback on selected extended abstracts.
We invite you to submit an extended abstract (750-1000 words) of your ethnographic research studying paradoxes. Given the methodological focus of this workshop, themes are not restricted to a particular set of topics. Your ethnography on paradoxes might range from the study of organizational cultures, to grand challenges, to digitalization, etc. We especially encourage PhD students and junior scholars to join.
We will host two separate sessions to allow for attendance from different time zones.
Our exciting panel will vary per session and will include:
Eric Knight, Rebecca Bednarek, and Tammar Zilber
09:00-10:30 (UTC+02:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
Mark de Rond, Juliane Reinecke, and Natalie Slawinski
16:00-17:30 (UTC+02:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
You can find more information on this and other sessions at: Ethnography and Paradox Paper Development SessionYou can register and/or upload your abstract at: https://forms.gle/mHzJsZicyxqTgg4a