Friday, August 22, 2014

‘Developments in Ethnomethodology: diaspora and interdisciplinary’ (One Day Conference at the University of Manchester, 17 September 2014)

‘Developments in Ethnomethodology:  diaspora and interdisciplinary


As part of the celebration of 50 years of Sociology at Manchester University, a one-day conference will be held on 17th September 2014 at the School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester (10am-5pm, room tbc).

The event is free and all staff and students are welcome.

Speakers include Wes Sharrock, Rod Watson, Graham Button, Philippe Sormani, Phil Hutchinson and Michael Mair.

Further details shall be forthcoming. For more information contact wes.sharrock@manchester.ac.uk  or d.calvey@mmu.ac.uk

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The conference is in honour of 50 years of Sociology at Manchester University. Part of the celebrations has also been interviews with leading Manchester sociologists, of which Wes is one. He is also the longest serving current member of staff in the Sociology department. My interview with him in July 2014 can be found on You Tube below:




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