Inside the Ethnography Atelier 

This is a series of workshops on the craft of qualitative research. Follow us on Twitter to receive sign-up information for these zoom events. If you would like to propose a topic, please contact us.

Upcoming workshops


29 November 2022, 9-10:30 EST (15-16:30 CET) 

Process Research Methods

Hans Berends

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam


29 February 2023, 5pm CET / 8am PST

Doing Domain Analysis

Martha Feldman

University of California, Irvine

Kathrin Sele

Aalto University, School of Business

Past workshops

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25 October, 9-10:30 EST (15-16:30 CET)

Moving from data to analysis to manuscript

Sarah Kaplan

Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Charis Asante-Agyei
erickson ingrid

27 September 2022, 12-13:30 EST (18-19:30 CET) 

Intersecting Methods: Amplifying Participant Reflexivity by Combining Diaries and Interviews

Melissa Mazmanian
Margaret Jack

Charis Asante-Agyei and Ingrid Erickson

Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies

Melissa Mazmanian

University of California, Irvine

Margaret Jack

Digital Life Initiative at Cornell Tech

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22 March 2022, 15-16:30 CET

Ethnographic Fieldnotes

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Ruthanne Huising

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Susan Silbey



19 October 2021, 11-12:30 EST (17-18:30 CET)

Writing and reflexivity: A way forward to better and more productive writing in academia

Charlotte Cloutier

HEC Montréal

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23 September 2021, 11-12:30 EST (17-18:30 CEST)

Writing a monograph dissertation in a business school

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Eliana Crosina

Babson College

Julia DiBenigno

Yale School of Management

Madeline Toubiana

Alberta School of Business


9 June 2021, 10am EST/ 16h CET

Translating the field:
qualitative research across languages

Maria Do Mar Pareira

University of Warwick

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20 April 2021, 9am EST/ 15h CET

The Art of Reviewing:
Constructing Constructive Reviews

Lisa E. Cohen

McGill University


28 March 2023

From What Happened, To What Happens: Historical Case Study Analysis in Management Research

Andrew Hargadon

Professor of Technology Management at

UC Davis Graduate School of Management

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April 25 at 11am EST / 5pm CET

Observant participation

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Ashley Mears

Professor at Boston University

Josh Seim

Assistant Professor at Boston College

Pat Reilly

Assistant Professor at UBC Sauder School of Business