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Bloomfield, Sarah (2022). Researcher vulnerability when organisational anonymity is impossible. In: Qualitative Research Symposium, 1-2 Feb 2022, University of Bath [Online].

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Bloomfield, Sarah and Rigg, Clare (2021). Exploring unknowingness as a route to distributed leadership. In: 19th International Studying Leadership Conference, 12-14 Dec 2021, The Open University.

Bloomfield, Sarah (2021). Learning to see the wood through the trees as a PhD ethnographer. In: Kostera, Monika and Harding, Nancy eds. Organizational Ethnography. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 200–216.

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Bloomfield, Sarah; Vince, Russ and Harding, Nancy (2019). Leadership of tensions & tensions of leadership: The importance of not knowing in distributed leadership. In: 18th International Studying Leadership Conference: Putting leadership in its place, 16-17 Dec 2019, University of West of England.

Bloomfield, Sarah and VInce, Russ (2019). Loyal traitors and successful failures: Values, emotions and paradox within Forestry England. In: EGOS Colloquium, 4 Jul - 6 Jul 2019, University of Edinburgh.

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Bloomfield, Sarah and Vince, Russ (2018). Seeing the forest without the trees: The paradox of the clearcutting custodians of England’s forests. In: EGOS Colloquium, 5 Jul - 7 Jul 2018, Tallinn University, Estonia.

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Bloomfield, Sarah (2017). Love, like, loathe: The emotional experience of hybridity. In: The 12th Annual International Ethnography Symposium, 29 Aug - 1 Sep 2017, Manchester University.

Bloomfield, Sarah (2017). What can pizza tell us about hybridity? In: Beyond Text arts-based research project, 9 May - 19 May 2017, University of Vic, Spain.

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Bloomfield, Sarah (2014). The brave new world of teaching and learning with digital devices in HE classrooms. In: Workshop in Business, Economics and e-Learning, 2014, BFeL, Spain.


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