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Doing Politics

Policy Analysis
Public Administration
Public Policy
Representation
P101
Hendrik Wagenaar
Kings College London
Hendrik Wagenaar
Kings College London

Building: Faculty of Law, Floor: 1, Room: FL120

Friday 09:00 - 10:40 (09/09/2016)


Abstract

In December 2014 Richard Freeman gave his inaugural lecture at the University of Edinburgh, titled Doing Politics. In this remarkable lecture he explores the scope of application for practice- and related theories in politics. The purpose is both ontological and epistemological: what are the constitutive practices of policy and politics, and what does practice theory help us to see, understand, interpret, criticize and explain? In this panel –conducted in an ‘author meets critics’ format – several scholars will comment on and discuss Freeman’s ideas. They will draw on their own experiences as practitioners of politics, public administration and policy analysis. They will focus on particular instances or aspects of 'political work' (such as action, administration, representation; meeting, talk and text; artefacts, bodies and spaces).

Title Details
Richard Freeman - Doing Politics View Paper Details
Jan-Peter Voss: Comments on Freeman's 'Doing Politics' View Paper Details
Martien Kuitenbrouwer comments on Freeman's 'Doing Politics' View Paper Details
Reinhard Kreissl Comments on Freeman's 'Doing Politics' View Paper Details
Roy Heidelberg comments on Freeman's 'Doing Politics' View Paper Details