Seminar with Jessica Mesman: the anthropology of knowledge and the method of video-reflexivity

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On November 23 associate professor at Maastricht University Jessica Mesman visited the Public-Private Platform and the CBS Department of Organization to give a research seminar on the anthropology of knowledge and the method of video-reflexivity.

 
11/23/2015

Associate professor at Maastricht University, Jessica Mesman visited the Public-Private Platform and the CBS Department of Organization to give a research seminar on the anthropology of knowledge and the method of video-reflexivity.

At the seminar Jessica shared insight to her work in regard to methods (STS, ethnography
and video reflexivity) and new ways of working with innovation in public services.

Jessica Mesman is Associate Professor in the field of Science and Technology Studies at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. Her research can be characterised by its positive approach as it has its focus on why things go well despite the complexity of today's health care systems. Additionally, Mesman makes a plea to complement innovation with exnovation: to improve practices on basis of what is already present within a specific setting. An important part of her work is the use of the method of video reflexivity.

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More information about Jessica’s work can be found here.

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