‘Female entrepreneurship viewed from a Critical Entrepreneurship Studies perspective: using a postcolonial-feminist approach’. Dr Caroline Essers

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Female entrepreneurship viewed from a Critical Entrepreneurship Studies perspective: using a postcolonial-feminist approach’. Dr Caroline Essers

Date: 11 December 2018, 13.00-16.00

Presentation & interactive seminar by Dr. Caroline Essers, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Location:  De Montfort University, Leicester, LE1 9BH. Hawthorn Building Room 1.30

Caroline Essers’ presentation and seminar will elaborate on the evolving stream of Critical Entrepreneurship Studies. She will explore how feminist and post-colonial approaches can be used as fruitful conceptual frameworks to make sense of the entrepreneurship of societal ‘Others’.

This visiting research seminar is open to everyone, including students. Caroline’s research centres on the intersectional identity constructions of female (migrant) entrepreneurs. She uses diverse perspectives in her research, such as intersectionality and postcolonial feminist theory, and specialises in the narrative/life-story approach.

Please contact huriye.yeroz@dmu.ac.uk if you would like to register.

 

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