May 25, 2011 06:00 PM
The International Doctoral Colloquium “Practicing Technologies” is part of the Research Unit on Communication, Organizational Learning and Aesthetics (RUCOLA) agenda to build capacity for future research in the field of Practice-Based Studies. RUCOLA is a group of scholars and researchers working together since 1993 on the basis of common professional interest in specific aspects of organization studies. Communal areas of interest include: the exploration the practices of organizing, a focus on knowing and learning as a collective, social, affective and not entirely cognitive activity, and a peculiar emphasis on the relation between linguistic, symbolic, material and emotional aspects of Organizational processes. Within this framework, the aim of “Practicing Technologies” International Doctoral Colloquium on Technology in Practice-based Studies is to bring together some of the leading researchers to work closely with doctoral students and to promote an active research dialogue both on methodological and theoretical challenges on technology in practice-based studies perspective.
The course will run from Monday 23rd (9.30 am) to Wednesday 25th (13.00 am) May 2011. An outline of the programme and more information will be soon available on www.unitn.it/rucola