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Reminder: Join us for Behind the Scenes of Highly Cited Organizational Ethnographies

  • 1.  Reminder: Join us for Behind the Scenes of Highly Cited Organizational Ethnographies

    Posted 08-10-2020 11:20
    Please join us for
    "Behind the Scenes of Highly Cited Organizational Ethnographies"
    Monday, Aug 10 2020, 2:00PM - 4:00PM EDT (18:00 UTC)

    Space for participants is available; visit the PDW event page to join live at event start time

    Moderators: Leanne Hedberg, Asma Zafar, Celeste Diaz Ferraro
    Presenters: Kimberly Elsbach (UC Davis), Bryant Hudson (IÉSEG), Katherine Kellogg (MIT), Davide Nicolini (Warwick), Juliane Reinecke (King's College London), Michael Smets (Oxford)

    We invite you to the third iteration of the highly popular 'Behind the Scenes' series, which brings together several top ethnographers in organizational studies to share detailed experiences at various stages of the ethnographic process. This PDW is right for you if you're interested in immersive research approaches, especially in organizational settings. You will get to hear the back-story on what went into producing some of our field's most loved and cited organizational ethnographies. We are sure this PDW will inspire you and offer a much-needed boost of motivation and support for your own ethnographic or immersive work.

    This PDW is structured to enable participant interaction with these scholars in three different segments and formats. First, each scholar will share a brief narrative detailing a particular experience from their fieldwork. Next, scholars will engage in a panel discussion with participant Q&A. Lastly, pre-registered participants have been assigned to small-group roundtable breakout discussions on specific stages of the ethnographic process (from field site access through journal reviews).

    If you are unable to participate live and would like to receive a message containing links to the event content, recording and other materials, please complete this online form:  (https://forms.gle/8w753QPwN2RtdrfF6)

    Celeste Diaz Ferraro
    PhD Candidate, Management & Organization Studies + Social Thought
    418B Business Building, Smeal College of Business
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802
    m: +1 202.400.0203  e: cmd68@psu.edu  w: www.celestediazferraro.com
    Bunton-Waller Fellow, Smeal College of Business
    Humanistic Management Association Research Fellow, 2019-2021