Workshop: Ethnographic Studies of Reform
Ethnographic Studies of Reform
On December 7-8 the second workshop investigating the field of Administrative Ethnography will take place. This time the theme is Reform as a permanent condition, and the workshop is held at Århus University.
In April 2014 the first workshop was held at CBS. The workshop was a collaborative workshop between the CBS Public-Private Platform and the Australia and New Zealand School of Government. Scholars were attending from UK, Denmark, Germany, Australia and Switzerland the three day workshop involved 12 paper presentations and in-depth discussions on how to study public administration with an ethnographic lens.
Monday: Aarhus City Campus, Building 1465, room 215
09:00 Breakfast and welcome: Bagga Bjerge, Karen Boll, Rod Rhodes & Nina Vohnsen
09:30 Paper: Bagga Bjerge & Toke Bjerregaard, Discussants: Karen Boll & Rod Rhodes
10:30 Paper: Karen Boll, Discussants: Tobias Eule & Sara Hultqvist
11:30 Lunch bag and walk to auditorium.
12:00 Keynote: Rod Rhodes
15:00 Paper: Katherine Smith, Discussants: Renita Thedwall & Mike Rowe
16:00 Paper: Tobias Eule, Discussants: Nina Vohnsen & Marie Møller
17:00 Reflections from Practice (30 mins): Jesper Christiansen, Head of Research, MindLab
Tuesday: Moesgård Campus, Building 4206, room 117
09:30 Paper Renita Thedvall, Discussants: Rod Rhodes & Bagga Bjerge
10:30 Paper Mike Rowe & Lisa Weston, Discussants: Florence Fauchert & Katherine Smith
11:30 Paper Jakob Krause, Discussants: Sara Weston & Karen Boll
12:30 Lunch served at Museum Café
13:30 Tour of Museum (hopefully)
14:30 Paper Marie Møller, Discussants: Bagga Bjerge & Mike Rowe
15:30 Paper Sara Hultqvist, Discussants: Nina Vohnsen & Jakob Krause
16:30 Future collaboration: Rod Rhodes, Karen Boll, Bagga Bjerge & Nina Vohnsen
More information on how it went will follow.