Sub-theme 01: [SWG] Ethnography: Surprises, Stories, Speaking Out [merged with sub-theme 57]

Dan Kärreman, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, & University of London, United Kingdom
Sanne Frandsen, Dept. of Business Administration, Lund University, Sweden
Hugo Letiche, LESI, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Session I: Thursday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, EBS 405
Ethnography as the Genre of ’Surprises’
Chair: Dan Kärreman
Oscar Wandery
Something dissonant in the kingdom of qualia? Bodings on some strange eruptions to our state
Sideeq Mohammed and Damian O'Doherty
On Deleuze and organizational ethnography: Experiments in writing the shopping centre in the ‘fourth person singular’
Hugo Letiche
Ethnography Counterpointed
Session II: Thursday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Surprising Organizing - Room: EBS 307
Chair: Sanne Frandsen
Mikael Andéhn, Joel Hietanen and Alice Wickström
Technology and Becoming: Online Communities as Associated Technical Milieus and the Problem of Individuation
David Redmalm and Annika Skoglund
Bringing one’s self to work and back again: The role of surprises in alternative entrepreneurship
Romain Buquet
A surprising start-up ethnography: towards a critical perspective
Parallel Stream B: Surveying Objects (I) - Room: EBS 311
Chair: Dan Kärreman
Seelan Naidoo
Why there are no ethnographies of surprise ... yet: a barbaric provocation
Philippe Mairesse
Towards an object-oriented organizational aesthetics. The case of Tino Seghal's These Associations
Jean-Luc Moriceau
The object-university: The proper and the permanent
Session III: Thursday, July 05, 16:00 to 17:30, EBS 307
Surprises in Higher Education
Chair: Hugo Letiche
Katja Einola, Kerttu Kettunen and Markus Granlund
Living the organizational spectacle: Three stories of strategic change
Louise O'Nolan and Ray Griffin
Experiencing strategy: Glimpsing the university
Session IV: Friday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, EBS 307
Methodological Surprises
Chair: Sanne Frandsen
Regina Palmer
Ethnography in organizational studies: A matter of new, under-researched, or extreme fields only? A proposition to apply ethnography to generate surprise findings in traditional, saturated, everyday fields of research
Monika Müller and Viktorija Kalonaityte
Taking things to heart – Vulnerabilities of the researcher in qualitative fieldwork
Greg Russell
The networked I: Implications of conducting autoethnography via Actor Network Theory
Session V: Friday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, EBS 307
Surprises, Body and Emotions
Chair: Sanne Frandsen
Emmanouela Mandalaki and Mar Pérezts
‘Naked’ moments of being: Reviving ethnography as inter-corporeal experience
Ziyun Fan
Surprise the unsurprised: Reflexively exploring emotional dilemmas of researching confidential gossip
Tiina Jääskeläinen
Emotional and embodied reactions as surprise and research strategy in decolonizing struggles
Session VI: Saturday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, EBS 307
Voices from the Field
Chair: Dan Kärreman
Kristina Leppälä and Hanna Lehtimäki
At-home ethnography in high tech: Bringing epiphany to organizational blind spots and rituals in knowledge co-creation
Irina Liubertė and Trish Reay
Breaking organizational silence
Mats Alvesson and Katja Einola
Leadership- and followership as a relation: Understanding the multi-voiced dynamics
Session VII: Saturday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, EBS 405
Suffering – Surprises and Speaking-out
Chair: Hugo Letiche
R. Duncan M. Pelly
Sadism in foreign lands: The burn pit atrocity
Marie-Astrid Le Theule, Caroline Lambert and Jérémy Morales
Using video-ethnography to create surprises, creating academic documentaries to communicate ethnographies
Yves Winkin and Elen Riot
Poor babes in the wood: On migrants’ surprise appearance and the “cloak of invisibility”