Memory & Method 26 October 2022 13.00-15.00

Date: 29/09/2022


The next online seminar in the series facilitated jointly by NCRM [National Centre for Research Methods], QUEST [Qualitative Expertise at Southampton] and the SCDTP takes an interdisciplinary look at the interaction between memory and method in qualitative social research. Speakers include Emily Keightley, Professor of Media and Memory Studies in the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture at Loughborough University, Dr Deborah Madden, cultural historian and Director for the Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories at the University of Brighton, and SCTP doctoral researchers Abigail Croydon, University of Southampton and Megan Ison, University of Portsmouth. The topics span: postcolonial methodologies for memory research; using video to revisit memories related to the working lives of people with intellectual disabilities; using oral histories as a critical methodological and pedagogical tool for an activist and politically engaged history of the present; and constructing an interdisciplinary memory PhD.

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