Forelæsning med Andrew Sparkes
Den 6. november får vi besøg af Professor Andrew Sparkes fra Leeds Beckett University. Det er en unik mulighed for at være i dialog med en mester i narrative og kvalitative metoder. Så sæt endelig kryds i kalenderen – og inviter gerne andre
Dagens foredrag tager udgangspunkt i en artikel, Andrew Sparkes er er ved at skrive:
“Thinking about and with stories: A case study of a competitive cyclist and the fall from grace of Lance Armstrong”
Tid og Sted: Tirsdag den 6. november kl 10-12, Institut for Idræt og Ernæring, Store auditorium. Nørre Alle 53. 2200 Kbh N.
Ingen tilmelding. Bare kom!
More about Andrew Sparkes:
Andrew’s research and pedagogical interests are inspired by a continuing fascination with the ways that people experience different forms of embodiment over time in a variety of contexts. Andrew’s work is necessarily nomadic in nature and dwells in the fertile cracks between disciplines where he finds much that intrigues, amuses and baffles. To develop an understanding of the temporal and emplaced dynamics of embodiment in physical cultures, Andrew is drawn towards qualitative forms of inquiry, such as, life history, ethnography, autoethnography and narrative approaches. He has published extensively on these topics in international peer reviewed journals and has also published numerous invited book chapters in major edited volumes. Andrew is author of Telling tales in sport & physical activity: A qualitative journey, and co-author of Qualitative research methods in sport, exercise and health: From process to product. He is editor of Seeking the senses in physical culture: Sensuous scholarship in action, and co-editor of The Routledge handbook of qualitative research in sport and exercise, and also Advances in biographical methods: Creative applications.
Idræt, individ & samfund
Research cluster embodiment, learning and social change.
Associate Professor PhD.
Institut for Idræt og Ernæring
University of Copenhagen