Action-Logics for Collaborative Experimentation: Transformative Action Research in a Time of Climate Change

Join Professor Hilary Bradbury for a participatory symposium on revitalizing knowledge creation

Photo: Chalmers Communications Office

You are invited to join us for a conversation with Hilary Bradbury about the importance of action logics in sustainability initiatives. Action logics refer to developmental stages that guide people's actions. For transformative action researchers, this means bringing awareness of inner territories of human experience to engagement with stakeholders.

How do people see and take action with their problems? As Hilary Bradbury explains, "Placing scholarly emphasis solely on "expert understandings" of our sustainability challenges is important. But it is no longer enough for supporting timely responses to climate change." The discussion in this symposium will focus on ways to collaborate with a wide range of people in participatory and engaging ways. 

 

About Hilary Bradbury:

Hilary is a scholar-practitioner focused on the human and organizational dimensions of creating healthy communities. A professor of organization studies since 1998 (Case Western, USC and OHSU), today she is editor-in-chief of the international peer-reviewed Action Research Journal (Sage Publications). She is currently  Jubilee Professor at Chalmers Institute of Technology, Sweden. Hilary is the author of numerous journal articles and editor of the popular series of Handbooks of Action Research. Her latest books include Eros/Power: Love in the Spirit of Inquiry (Integral Publishers, 2016, with Bill Torbert) and Cooking with Action Research (2017, with AR+ Associates). She  is the guiding convener and CEO of AR+, the global virtual community for participatory action researchers “accomplishing more good together.” She helps design and convene AR+ practice/inquiry ‘co-labs’ in education, healthcare, development, relational action inquiry, leadership and organizing.

 

 

Published Nov. 21, 2018 4:28 PM - Last modified Nov. 28, 2018 11:32 AM