Joy at Birth an Interpretive, Hermeneutic Phenomenological inquiry (new book – Sept 2019)

This book contains a huge development of my thinking since first exploring this back in 2013, there is new material, an extensive historical background chapter, more exploration of an ecology of birth and Kairos time. See contents and synopsis below. The forward is by Professor Liz Smythe. The initial publication is in a few weeks (Sept 2019) will be in hardback and e- versions with a follow up paperback version in 2021. Enjoy.

Hermeneutic Phenomenology Symposium April 2017

Hi all. Dr Gill Thomson and I have finalised the program for the 4th day of a hermeneutic Phenomenology methodology course (see previous blog). The 4th day is an exciting and inspiring symposium open to all. So even if you cannot join us for the week come along for the symposium. Attached is information to wet your interpretive appetites. A great line up of hermeneutic phenomenological scholars. See you there for a day of dialogue! Looking forward to a feast of thinking!