Online (Zoom), August 13, 2021, 9.00-13.00 (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.
Participation in the Summer School activities is free of charge, and we invite you to register here.
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.
Topic: Sociology, Political Science, Psychology, Social Sciences