Many academics, in different countries and contexts, are developing practice theory or conducting practice theoretically informed research. At present, there is no network through which PhD students and early career researchers can connect to expand their understanding of practice theory, to exchange ideas and to learn from others who share interests in these topics. The Practice Theory Consortium will facilitate and foster these connections.
The Consortium Crew is establishing a map of people working in this field. You can find the latest version of the map here. If you want to add yourself to the map, you can do so by filling in this form. The map is periodically updated, so your details won’t appear right away. We are visiting people on the map as part of a virtual world tour of practice theory enthusiasts
The Second Gathering, 18th and 19th November 2022
Online, 18th November 2022, 6 PM – 12 PM CET and
19th November 2022, 7 PM – 10.15 PM CET
The Gathering is designed to foster connections between PhD researchers, early career
researchers, and others working with theories of practice across the world and in various disciplines. Further details here.
To register to be a part of the 2022 Gathering, please fill in this form and send us a research postcard (download the template here) by the 31st of July 2022.
No fee is required to take part in the event.
The number of participants will be limited and participation will be granted on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
If you have any questions, please contact: email@example.com
Practice Theory Enthusiasts from all over the world – let’s gather!
The Practice Theory Consortium Crew
The first World Gathering of PhD students and early career researchers working on practice theory. You can find the full programme here.
Here is a final image of the final capping off ceremony – a fitting ending to a really fantastic event.
The slack news channel and information from across the consortium
If you want to join the Slack news channel and to get information from across the consortium you should email Ignas Bruder (Ignas.Bruder@fu-berlin.de) who will provide you with a link.
An opportunity to self-organise a discussion of an idea or topic. To set up a 60 minute discussion of such a topic in a supportive and collegial environment – to be announced on the Slack news channel – send a brief summary/abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual writing dens
These consist of a series of three meetings, one a month, over three months. They provide a chance for small groups, e.g. 3-4 people to share and discuss their writing. Get in touch with Ignas Bruder (Ignas.Bruder@fu-berlin.de) if you want to set one up.