Inequalities Research Network - Workshop Two: Conceptualising in/equality: perspectives on theory, interdisciplinarity and method
- Wednesday 8 November 2017
- Supporting Interdisciplinarity
This workshop series will explore diverse disciplinary and methodological approaches to researching inequalities, to inform and to enable new conversations and connections. All are welcome to come to one, some or (ideally) all the sessions as we hope to build on-going conversations with presenters and participants. The series runs (more or less) fortnightly through term time. It is interspersed with the Sociology and Social Policy seminar series http://www.sociology.leeds.ac.uk/events/, and run in partnership with SSP.
Workshop Two: Conceptualising in/equality: perspectives on theory, interdisciplinarity and method
- Conceptualising classlessness and the positive benefits of equality, Mr Hugo Radice, POLIS
- Conceptualising interdisciplinarity and complexity, Dr Nick Emmel, SSP
- Conceptualising categories: public perceptions of inequality and sociological method, Professor Sarah Irwin, SSP
INEQUALITIES WORKSHOP SERIES - future events
- 29th Nov 2017: Inequalities in Labour Markets – international and comparative research - click here for more details
- 13th Dec 2017: Life course dynamics, health inequalities and accumulations of dis/advantage - click here for more details
- 31st Jan 2018: Education, interventions and the reproduction of inequalities - click here for more details
- 14th Feb 2018: Home, dispossession and international migration - click here for more details
- 28th Feb 2018: Health, well being, marginalisation and intervention - click here for more details
- 18th April 2018: Measuring inequalities - click here for more details
Click here to learn more about the Inequalities Research Network, or to become a member.