Summer School at Warwick: “Practice & Process Studies: An Advanced Introduction”

PPI.pngAn invitation to participate in Warwick’s summer School on Practice-based Studies by Ila Bharatan and Davide Nicolini

Following on from our highly successful Summer Schools in 2015, 2017 and 2018, we are pleased to announce the 2019 PPI Summer School on Practice-Based Studies.

The Workshop takes place from Monday 15 July to Thursday 18 July on the University of Warwick campus, Coventry, UK. The School is programmatically multi-disciplinary and open to a variety of approaches and sensitivities. It is organised by  Warwick’s Practice, Process, and Institutions (PPI) Research Programme in collaboration with the International Symposium Series on Process Organization Studies (PROS). This year’s summer school is being co-directed by Ila Bharatan and Davide Nicolini.

The goal of this year’s edition is to provide an advanced introduction to the concepts and methodological implications of process and practice approaches. During the three days we will examine the main theoretical and methodological foundations of process and practice studies and illustrate how they have been applied to the study of routines, institutions as practice and other organisational and social phenomena. The programme will include a mix of talks, discussion, tutorials and how to do sessions. The faculty includes a team of international experts: Hari Tsoukas, Jorgen Sandberg, Richard Whittington, Katharina Dittrich, Rene Wiedner, Jose Bento da Silva & Davide Nicolini.

This year the school is programmatically aimed to PhDs students and early career scholars who are interested in examining how they can utilise process and practice approaches in their research.

The attached flyer provides full details for the event which includes information about the application and registration fees. This information can also be found on our website at https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/wbs/research/ikon/events/sspbs2019/

Abstracts of no more than 500 words should be submitted to ikon@wbs.ac.uk no later than 15 April 2019. 

If you have any questions please email ikon@wbs.ac.uk

 

Best Regards,

Ila Bharatan and Davide Nicolini

 

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