Exploring the potential of Institutional Ethnography

Exploring the potential of Institutional Ethnography

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Exploring the potential of Institutional Ethnography. Experiences, reflections, and new pathways from and for the European context

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The University of Antwerp (Belgium), in collaboration with the European Network of Institutional Ethnographers, will host this webinar that will be an opportunity to gather Institutional Ethnographers in and out of Europe.

The event is open to experienced or neophyte Institutional Ethnographers and to all scholars with an interest in discovering the potential of this approach.

This event is part of the final activities of the STRESS-Mums research project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement no 843976 awarded to Dr. Morena Tartari.

Dr. Tartari is the coordinator and organizer of this webinar.

PROGRAMME

PART 1. INSPIRATION FROM IE THEORY Moderator: Prof. Marjorie DeVault (Syracuse University, US)

6.00 – 6.05: Welcome words and opening remarks, Dr. Morena Tartari (Webinar organizer and coordinator, Founding member of the European Network of Institutional Ethnographers)

6.05 – 6.25: Some ideas for doing transnational and comparative institutional ethnographic research, Prof. Liza McCoy (President ISA WG06 on Institutional Ethnography, University of Calgary, Canada)

6.25 – 6.45: New directions of thought from The Palgrave Handbook of Institutional Ethnography, Prof. Suzanne Vaughan (Arizona State University, US) & Prof. Paul Luken (University of West Georgia, US)

6.45 - 7.05: IE in the Nordic region: contextualizing experience, Prof. Ann Christin Nilsen (University of Agder, Norway) & Dr. Rebecca Lund (University of Oslo, Norway)

7.05 – 7.20 Final discussion (Part 1)

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PART 2. INSPIRATION FROM IE EMPIRICAL STUDIES Moderator: Dr. Adriana Suárez-Delucchi (University of Bristol)

7.25 – 7.35 Mothering in the judicial storm. The contribution of IE in investigating the social organization of family disruptions, Dr. Morena Tartari (University of Antwerp, Belgium)

7.35 – 7.45 “The Homework House”: Exploring the social organization of shared physical custody in Italy, Dr. Sarah Murru (UCLouvain, Belgium)

7.45 – 7.55 Using IE to explore men’s breadwinning work in contemporary Norway, Prof. May-Linda Magnussen (University of Agder, Norway)

7.55 – 8.05 Practising politics as gendered work: doing IE in local UK politics, Dr. Liz Ablett (University College Dublin, Ireland)

8.05 – 8.15 Women, Vulnerabilities and Welfare Service Systems – Contribution of IE to social work research, Prof. Marjo Kuronen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)

8.15 – 8.25 What do I do with the texts?! Practical reflections on IE text analysis, Dr. Órla M. Murray (Imperial College London, UK)

8.25 – 8.40 Final discussion

8.40 – 8.45 Closing words and final remarks

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