Webinar synopsis
This workshop aims to encourage thinking about the uses of intersectional reflexivity in research. Drawing on reflections about the intersectional dimensions of research praxis, the workshop will discuss the importance of situatedness, positionality and diffraction as methodological strategies. The workshop will facilitate an interactive discussion about the methodological problematisation of situated difference and asymmetrical power dynamics in research. This is critical to researcher accountability and ethics of care in research.


Provider Information

BAM Gender in Management SIG


Who Should Attend?

The event speaks to Section A1 as detailed in the BAM Framework 


Dr Elisabeth Anna Guenther

Dr Elisabeth Anna Guenther

Postdoctoral University Assistant, University of Vienna, Secretary BAM Gender in Management SIG

Dr Jenny Rodriguez

Dr Jenny Rodriguez

Senior Lecturer in Employment Studies, University of Manchester, Chair of BAM Gender in Management SIG

Shreya Roy Choudhury

Shreya Roy Choudhury

Doctoral Student, Work and Equalities Institute, University of Manchester

Ebru Calin

Ebru Calin

Doctoral Researcher, University of Liverpool Management School


Benefits of attending 
  • Reflecting on the potential of intersectionality as a methodological tool for research in gender in management and cognate areas
  • Understanding how to design more inclusive, high-quality research projects
  • Enhancing the quality of methodological reporting in research outputs
  • Understanding the theoretical and practical implications of power dynamics in research



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Event Fee 

BAM Members: Free 

Non-Members: £25

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Booking Deadline

Registrations close on Thursday 1st December 2022 at 23:59 UK time.

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