>> 11th January 2018 (Glasgow). The Symposium on applying Bourdieu to Organisation and Management Studies will be held on 11th January 2018 1.30 – 5.30 pm at Adam Smith Business School (University of Glasgow).
We are holding a half-day seminar which brings together organisational and management researchers drawing on the work of Pierre Bourdieu to present their work and to discuss the conceptual and methodological challenges and benefits of applying his theories and concepts.
Paper presentations include:
- Kendra Briken (University of Strathclyde): “Bourdieu on the beat – New Public Management: contesting Police Forces’ Field and Habitus”.
- Chris Carter (University of Edinburgh): “The Bias Against Understanding: Cultural wars in BBC News and Current Affairs Directorate, 1987 – 2000” (written with Crawford Spence and Alan McKinlay).
- Lucy Taksa and Senia Kalfa (Macquarie University): “Using Bourdieu to explore sideways voice in healthcare”.
- Ben Spigel (University of Edinburgh): “Habitus, Field, and Practice in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems”.
- Sarah Robinson (University of Glasgow) & Ron Kerr (University of Edinburgh): “Towards a theoretical understanding of the role of social and economic agents in field development: the genesis and growth of English wine production” (written with Elke Weik).
>> The event is free and you are most welcome. Places are limited so please email Jenna McCulloch to book your place : Jenna.McCulloch@glasgow.ac.uk.