Qualitative Research Methods Symposium - 8th April 2019 - Theme: "Co-creating arts, connections and qualitative research methods"

This year’s annual University of East Anglia (UEA) Qualitative Research
Methods Symposium will take place on 8th April 2019. The theme this year,
"Co-creating arts, connections and qualitative research methods", promises
to be the most innovative yet in placing interdisciplinary qualitative work
in the context of high quality novel connections with communities. We have
excellent interactive examples in discussions and workshops of arts
enabling international research partnerships across three continents.
Keynote speakers are Sarah Barrow, Professor of Film and Media Studies and
UEA's PVC for the Faculty of Humanities, and also Saskia Holmqvist,
Professor of Contemporary Art at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, who
uses arts to develop novel understandings of research.

The event to be held in Norwich at UEA. Attendance will cost £30 to non-UEA
delegates, but is free to UEA students and staff.

The webpage is http://www.uea.ac.uk/health-sciences/events/qualmethods

Further information and bookings contacts from Suzanna Dell, School of
Health Sciences, UEA. Tel: 01603 591796, E: suzanna.dell@uea.ac.uk

We look forward to seeing you there!

Best wishes,
Matthew (sent on behalf of the UEA Qualitative Research Methods Forum)

Dr Matthew Lariviere
UKRI Innovation Fellow (Care, Ageing and Technology)
ESRC Sustainable Care Programme

Contact Info

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