Guest lecture: Identifying ‘logics’ and ‘discourses’ within semi-autonomous culture: an engagement between Archer and Foucault.
The research group Space and Time in Education invites Nicholas Hardy, Ph.D., Associate professor in Sociology at the University of New Brunswick (Canada), to Tromsø to give a guest lecture on identifying ‘logics’ and discourses in culture seen as a semi-autonomous entity.
The title of the lecture is Identifying ‘logics’ and ‘discourses’ within semi-autonomous culture: an engagement between Archer and Foucault.
Nicholas Hardy works with different topics within social theory, among others Marxist and post-Marxist theories, Critical Realism, as well as some of Michel Foucaults central concepts.
Furthermore, Hardy has worked on materiality as an aspect of social relations, based on a Critical Realist metatheoretical framework.
After the lecture, there will be time for questions/comments. The lecture will be streamed, and the recording will be available online until the end of the semester.
Streaming link: https://mediasite.uit.no/Mediasite/Catalog/Full/9be828f20df549e8ae6ddfc574e6176c21