“Part of what made Hirschman distinctive, even unique, was his ability to develop large themes from sharp observations of particular practices, and thus to connect apparently unrelated social phenomena”.
This week I’m visiting the University of Georgia in Athens, Qualitative Research Program (see: this link)
Amongst others, I’m meeting dr Melissa Freeman, associate professor, who is interested in philosophical hermeneutics. Yesterday, during a walk in the botanical gardens of Athens, we had a conversation on a wide range of subjects. Afterwards, Melissa sent me this paper. Let me know when you can’t access it online so I can forward it to you. To me, it pulls abstract theory into the personal realm.