Institutional Ethnography>> IE Network Activities
What is the IE Network?
The IE network is an informal grouping of scholars who have been meeting together at conferences scheduled irregularly at our various institutions.
Archive: Previous IE Conferences
1997: Sociology for Women/Sociology for People: The Practice of Institutional Ethnography, University of Toronto, Marie Campbell
1998: Exploring the Restructuring and Transformation of Institutional Processes: Applications of Institutional Ethnography, York U., Alison Griffith
1999: Second Annual International Institutional Ethnography Conference, Arizona State University - West, Paul Luken and Suzanne Vaughan.
2000: Making Links: New Research in Institutional Ethnography, OISE, Dorothy Smith and Liza McCoy
2001: Mapping Social Relations, Syracuse University, Marjorie DeVault and Lauren Eastwood
2002: Putting Institutional Ethnography into Practice, University of Victoria, Marie Campbell
2003: Sociology for Changing the World: Political Activist Ethnography, Laurentian University, Gary Kinsman
2004: Embodied Workers in the New Economy, Syracuse University, Marjorie DeVault
2004: Celebrating a Legacy: A Teach-In on Institutional Ethnography, OISE, University of Toronto, Roxana Ng
2004: Analyzing 'Relations of Ruling': The New Generation, University of Connecticut, Nancy Naples
2005: Workshop on Activist Research for Human Rights and Institutional Ethnography, University of Connecticut, Nancy Naples