Politics What are We Doing Seminar - Reflective Equilibrium and the Objectivity of Reason and Performance, Space and Spectatorship: The Practice of Fieldwork in International Relations
|Dates:||6 December 2017|
|Times:||14:00 - 15:00|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||School of Social Sciences|
|Speaker:||Richard Child and Laura McLeod|
Please find below details of the next ‘What are we doing?’ seminar, building on the successful events in 2016-17.
These seminars seek to have an informal, open discussion about the practices of doing research.
For instance, what were the aims/objectives at the beginning, what choices were made, did they all pay off or did some force self-reflection or adaptation of the project, and so on? Obviously, 'outcomes' is part of this as well, but it would be set within this broader context of the research process itself.
These seminars have two speakers, who will talk for 10-12 minutes each, leaving plenty of time for Q&A, chat, etc. This structure is designed to produce dialogue on key research themes and challenges, so all are invited, regardless of expertise/disciplinary focus.
‘What are we doing? The practices, challenges and diversities of politics research’. 2.016/2.017 (Boardroom) Arthur Lewis Building, Wednesday 6 December, 2-3pm.
Richard Child – ‘Reflective Equilibrium and the Objectivity of Reason’.
Laura McLeod – ‘Performance, Space and Spectatorship: The Practice of Fieldwork in International Relations’.
Richard Child and Laura McLeod
Organisation: University of Manchester
Travel and Contact Information
2.016 / 017 - 2nd Floor Boardroom
Arthur Lewis Building