Rhythmanalysis. Space, Time and Everyday Life

Event details

  • August 13, 2021
  • 10:00 am

Online (Zoom), August 13, 2021, 10.00-13.00 (in English)

A guided “seminar” type discussion about the original concept of rhythmanalysis coined by Henri Lefebvre and possible applications in 21st-century research in the social sciences, especially of the digital society.

INSTRUCTOR

Alexandra Florea PhD. Cand.

Interdisciplinary social scientist, policy analyst, and digital citizen. A KU Leuven and DAAD alumna, she is conducting Ph.D. research in the sociology of work at Goethe University Frankfurt, examining up-close the intersections and interactions between digital transformations and gender. Currently grappling with rhythmanalysis as a potent theoretical framework for the twenty-first century, she is engaging with a range of quantitative (experimental), qualitative (autoethnography), and mixed (text-to-data, SNA, netnography) research methods in analyzing the interplay between digital and analog (micro-)social phenomena.

Departments/units: Summer School 2021; Educational Programs Department; Research Department, Policy and Outreach Department, Young Researchers Club

Regions: Romania, Fagaras Country

Topic: Sociology, Political Science, Psychology, Social Sciences