Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Mind and Society 2016

Wed 6th and Thurs 7th April 2016
A symposium on the interface between ethnography, ethnomethodology and post-analytic philosophy

DAY 1 – 6th April 2016

Welcome and registration

Introduction to the workshop

Ethnography, Ethnomethodology and Social Research: Reflections and Q & A
Wes Sharrock (Sociology - University of Manchester) and Bob Anderson (Sociology - University of Nottingham)

(Mis)communication in Interaction
Chi-He Elder (Linguistics - UEA)

DAY 2 – 7th April 2016

10.00 – 12.00
Is There Any Such Thing as Social Science Evidence?
Martin Hammersley (Emeritus Professor of Educational and Social Research, The Open University)

13.30 – 15.30
Metaphors that Frame and Pictures that Restrain: Cognitive Linguistics, Wittgensteinian Philosophy and the Pitfalls of Neglecting the Metaphilosophy
Phil Hutchinson (Applied Philosophy – MMU)

16.00 – 18.00
Sociology as a Mismatch Between Problems and Attempted Solutions
Leonidas Tsilipakos (Sociology - Manchester)

18.00 – 18.30
Conclusion and Perspective

Seminar Room 5.02 – New Business School
Manchester Metropolitan University

Mind and Society 2016 is organised by Phil Hutchinson and Marie Chollier.
Mind and Society recommenced in 2015, following a 6 year hiatus. Prior to this, Mind and Society was an annual symposium that ran for 15 years between 1993 & 2008, in Manchester and Cambridge UK. 
Speakers have included Avner Baz, Anna Bergqvist, Jim Conant, James Connelly, Jeff Coulter, Giuseppina D’oro, John Dupre, Juliet Floyd, Warren Goldfarb, Laurence Goldstein, Christian Greiffenhagen, Adrian Haddock, Richard Hamilton, Lars Hertzberg, Phil Hutchinson, John Hyman, Kelly Jolley, Gavin Kitching, Ivan Leudar, Mike Lynch, Marie Mcginn, Denis Mcmanus, Mathieu Marion, Richard Menary, Ray Monk, Katherine Morris, Stephen Mulhall, Dewi Phillips, Anne Rawls, Rupert Read, Wes Sharrock, Elizabeth Stokoe, Simon Summers, Tim Thornton, Charles Travis, Meredith Williams, Michael Williams & Dawn Wilson.

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