"On Time: Doing research with children on time" is a conference and expert meeting with the research project "Children's handling of time in an intergenerational context" of the Swiss National Research Programme 52.
It addresses researchers and students in interdisciplinary ways from cultural studies, anthropology, childhood sociology and education. Plenary speeches on March 18 and 19 with free admission present views on the present state of the art in research and theory on children's time practices and time studies. All presentations will be held in English.
March 18, 2005:
Helga Zeiher (Berlin), "How children decide on their time: evidence and questions from studies in daily life"
Laura Wehr (Basel), "Encountering children's times in field research"
Allison James (Sheffield), "Everyday notions of childhood and youth: theorising their relevance for the social organisation of time"
March 19, 2005:
Leena Alanen (Jyväskylä), "Time-space and generational relations: a relational approach in researching children's welfare"
Dympna Devine (Dublin), "Children's experience of school time, power and identity in an intergenerational context"
Carmen Leccardi (Milano), "A first résumé"
Seminar für Volkskunde/Europäische Ethnologie der Universität Basel
4003 Basel, Switzerland
PD Dr. Justin Winkler
University of Basel
4056 Basel, Switzerland Email: email@example.com
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