This looks really interesting. Mel Gregg has done some excellent work and is a good communicator so I’m sure this is a great opportunity…
27th February 2017, 9:30–17:00
Dr Gregg is a leading world scholar in the field of gender, technology and critical management studies. She is best known for her ethnographic research of information professionals in the book Work’s Intimacy (Polity 2011), and as co-editor of the influential collection The Affect Theory Reader (with Gregory Seigworth, Duke 2010). Dr Gregg is currently working as a Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation and is exceptionally well placed to address the challenges in bridging the gap between organisational scholarship and practice.
This Masterclass is aimed at postgraduate students, academic staff and the wider community and will engage the participants in a critical, interdisciplinary debate on gender, subjectivity, organisations and organising. The day will be organised around recent themes in Dr Gregg’s work that explore technology, gender and culture in Silicon Valley; and methodologies for studying work and society.
Schedule for the Day
9.30-10.00am – Refreshments
10.00-11.30am – Counterproductive: The history of time management from a feminist perspective
11.30-12.00pm – Refreshments
12.00-1.30pm – Technology and the future of work
1.30-2.30pm – Lunch
2.30-4.30pm – Group Discussion: Gender, Culture and Methods
4.30-5.00pm – Refreshments Registration
The Masterclass is free and participants should register by emailing one of the organisers. Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Please also state any dietary requirements. Spaces are limited to 30 participants.
For further information, please contact one of the organisers.