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Creative Methods in Higher Education Research 2

Monday, 18 March 2019

Workshop facilitators: Louise Atkinson, independent artist-researcher, Jessica Bradley, Leeds Trinity, University Nicole Brown, University College London, Lou Harvey, University of Leeds, and Jennifer Leigh, University of Kent

This workshop follows the introductory session (4 February 2019) which considered different kinds of creative methods and their application in higher education research. It focuses on key methodological questions about the role of artists in this kind of research and what kinds of inquiry can develop from interdisciplinary collaborations. Using examples from a current AHRC-OWRI funded project, ‘Multilingual Streets: Translating and Curating the Linguistic Landscapes’ (e.g. Bradley et al., 2018), this workshop will enable participants to consider how arts-informed and arts-based methods can be used to explore understandings of communication and social interaction in everyday spaces.

The practical workshops are three-part and based on the methodologies developed for the Multilingual Streets project. They include ethnographic observation, collage and zines.

It is not necessary to have attended the introductory workshop to participate in this event.

Network: Professional Development Programme
Date(s): Monday, 18 March 2019
Times: 11:00 - 16:00
Location: SRHE, 73 Collier St, London N1 9BE
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