Reflexivity in theory, research and praxis: Situated, relational, emotional, embodied
A one-day interdisciplinary seminar
Friday, 04 May 2018, 10am–5pm
K-505, Keyworth Building, London South Bank University
Nearest tube: Elephant and Castle (Northern and Bakerloo lines)
This event is a one-day interdisciplinary seminar bringing together contemporary thinking and research on reflexivity from the fields of social science, education, activism, and psychotherapy. The day includes papers from Professor Ian Burkitt, Professor Gayle Letherby, Dr Linda Finlay, Dr Zoe Boden, Dr Carly Guest, and Dr Joshua Holmes. We will draw on a range of perspectives, including pragmatist, feminist, psychoanalytic, and phenomenological viewpoints to consider the situated, embodied, emotional and relational nature, and practice, of reflexivity.
The day is open to anyone, but may appeal most to academics, practitioners, and postgraduate students keen to develop their own reflexive practice or think differently about what we mean by reflexivity in research and beyond.
Registration: £30 including lunch and refreshments
Please book online through this link. To book concessionary places (£15 for students) or to enquire about limited bursaries (unwaged), please contact Zoe Boden: email@example.com
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