“International Summer School on Grounded Theory & Qualitative Methods” 5 – 9 June, Pisa Italy #sssi #sociology

International Summer School on Grounded Theory & Qualitative Methods

2017 – II edition – 5-9 June, Pisa

 

The Department of Political Science, University of Pisa, is pleased to invite you to participate in the II edition of the International Summer School on Grounded Theory & Qualitative Methods (5-9 June, Pisa). After the great success of the I edition, which attracted about 74 people from all over the world, the organizers hope to involve a large number of scholars, students and professionals to join this II edition. Last year, the contributions of Professor Kathy Charmaz (Sonoma State University), Professor David Altheide (Arizona State University), and the participation of the most renowned scholars from European Universities, were very appreciated in terms of both contents and teaching methodology.

In this second edition – which will see the participation of Professors Anne Ryen (University of Adger), Thaddeus Muller (University of Lancaster), Michael Dellwing (University of Kassel), Krzysztof Konecki (University of Lodz), Andrea Salvini (University of Pisa), Roberto Cipriani (University of Roma Tre) and many others scholars – considerable importance will be attached to the practical and communitarian dimensions, by constituting working groups and promoting the exchange of experience and good practice in this field. Detailed information about registration program, teachers, fees and deadlines, will be available on the Summer School official website: http://sites.sp.unipi.it/grounded-theory/. It is also possible to follow updates on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groundedtheorysummerschool), and Twitter (https://twitter.com/GT_SummerSchool) official accounts.

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