‘More-than-human’ approaches to understanding entrepreneurship - workshop
4th of October, 2019
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
The embodied, materially-mediated and more-than-human dimensions of practice have so far remained an under-developed area in the
‘entrepreneurship-as-practice’ conversation. This intensive, one-day workshop will set out to repair that omission, and revolve around the exploring of more- than-human (posthuman/new materialist) approaches (following the works of e.g. Barad, 2007; Braidotti, 2013; Gherardi, 2016, 2018), and what it would entail to adopt them to understanding entrepreneurship.
Places are limited; we can welcome up to 10 participants (‘first-come-first- serve’). Be expecting an active workshop – no (keynote) lectures.
There is no workshop fee – you would only need to cover your own travel expenses and (if required) accommodation.
Please register before September 5 2019 by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karen Verduijn, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Neil Thompson, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Orla Byrne, University College Dublin