A Tasty Encounter with Routine Dynamics Ideas
Some ‘after action’ reflections
Keywords:Routine Dynamics, post conference, critical reflection
On Friday 9th April 2021, I attended my first conference with the Routine Dynamics research community. As an interested newcomer to this scene, the event inspired some personal reflections for my own work. To go beyond these personal benefits though, I was also inspired to share the new thinking and wider research directions from this research encounter, with our Exchanges readership. The emerging thoughts and practices from the Routines Dynamics community seems to be a welcoming and inclusive oasis, in the latticework of ideas being developed across our natural, social, and humanities worlds of scholarship. What follows is my attempt to make a little difference to the work of colleagues, in sharing the impact of this intellectual encounter for a wider audience. In reflecting on the events of this conference, I was guided by Johnson (2018)’s suggestions for possible structure and content for this type of article (as distinct and different from original empirical contributions).
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