When: November 12th 2020 11am-3pm (GMT). Venue: Online. CANCELLED.
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In the second of the Policy Ontologies virtual event series, we continue to engage with what it means to research, think and write ontologically, as it relates to policy, institutional and state enactment.
The context to the event is policy and legislation processes and implementation, in relation to social policy and welfare.
Attendees across all career stages, including postgraduates, are welcomed. Spaces are limited. Registration is essential and a link to access the event online will be sent upon registration.
(in running order)
kylie valentine, Research Director and Associate Professor, Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Sydney (Aus)
Against complexity: notes on the policy ontologies of ‘vulnerable clients’
In conversation with Tess Lea, on the publication of their new book, Wild Policy
Lea, T. (2020). Wild Policy: Indigeneity and the Unruly Logics of Intervention. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Eden Kinkaid, PhD Candidate, School of Geography, Development, and Environment, University of Arizona (US)
Notes on Assemblage, Governance and Policy
Recording, Notes on Assemblage, Governance and Policy, Contact (Please do not use recordings without first seeking speaker permission)
Dr Anne-Marie Fortier, Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Lancaster University (UK)
Uncertainty as a mode of governing and its (ontological) implications on citizenship
In Conversation Participants
Dr John Clarke, Professor Emeritus (Social Policy) The Open University (UK), Leverhulme Emeritus Fellow, 2019-2021
Dr Rachael Dobson, Lecturer, Department of Criminology, School of Law, Birkbeck, University of London
Dr Hanna Hilbrant, Assistant Professor of Social and Cultural Geography, Department of Geography, University of Zurich
Dr Shona Hunter, Reader and Director of Research Degree Programmes, Carnegie School of Education, Leeds Beckett University
Dr Tess Lea, Associate Professor, Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, the University of Sydney
Dr Anne-Marie Fortier’s research focuses on governing practices that seek to stabilise identities in the face of migration. Her publications include Migrant Belongings: Memory, Space, Identity (2000) and Multicultural Horizons: Diversity and the Limits of the Civil Nation (2008), and Citizenship in Uncertain Times: Life in the Waiting Room, forthcoming with Manchester University Press.
Eden Kinkaid is a human geographer and PhD candidate in the University of Arizona’s School of Geography, Development, and Environment. Eden’s work engages feminist theory, queer theory, critical phenomenology and assemblage thinking to consider the relations between identity, embodiment, space, and place. Their research has been published in various academic outlets, including Progress in Human Geography, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, and Gender, Place, and Culture, among others. To learn more about Eden’s work, follow them on Twitter (@queergeog) or visit their website.
kylie valentine works at the Social Policy Research Centre at UNSW Sydney (the University of New South Wales), conducting research on social disadvantage and exclusion. kylie's research interests include using methods and concepts from science and technology studies in policy research, and evaluation research on integrated service delivery and programs for children and families.
For further details about the event, please contact Rachael Dobson, email@example.com