Creative research methods symposium

This event took place on 28th June 2017.

In addition to our speakers listed below, Chris Shipton, a graphic recording artist was on hand to interpret each session and provide wonderful rich drawings illustrating the topics and discussion. Please have a look at these at the bottom of this page.

9.30 Registration in the Common Room (coffee available to buy from The Missing Bean cafe in the common room.) 

10-11: Dr Susie Weller (University of Southampton): Creative methods in longitudinal research with young people

11-12: Dr Yvonne Robinson (London South Bank University): Creative participatory research methods with challenging students

12-1: Lunch

1-2: Dr Laura Trafi-Prats (Manchester Metropolitan University): Drawing as a method of enquiry: a practical seminar

2-3: Dr Eve Stirling (Sheffield Hallam University): Visual methods with children and young people: what can we learn from the visual industries?

3-3.30: Plenary discussion/debatethe future of creative methods: the opportunities and challenges

Please join us for the Qualitative Methods Hub creative research methods symposium on June 28 at the Department of Education, 15 Norham Gardens. This symposium draws on the expertise of guest speakers from around the country to discuss the use of creative research methods in a variety of contexts. There will be an opportunity for some practical work after lunch with Dr Laura Trafi-Prats who will be getting us to explore our artistic sides and plenty of time for discussion and questions for speakers. Anyone interested in qualitative research methods, and particularly the more unusual creative methods is welcome to join us for the day. A light lunch will be provided.

If you would like to join us, please register by emailing with your name, status (e.g. doctoral student, masters student, lecturer etc), department and university and any dietary needs. The seminar room is wheelchair accessible; if you will need this access please let us know as the entrance is not the main one.

Places are limited so registration is essential.

Graphic recordings from the Symposium



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