New book on embodied inquiry published by Bloomsbury and NCRM

NCRM news
Ed Grover

A new book published by Bloomsbury and NCRM provides an introduction to the subject of embodied inquiry and explores how the approach can be successfully applied in research.

Embodied Inquiry was written by Dr Jennifer Leigh, from the University of Kent, and Dr Nicole Brown of University College London.

The book is part of the Bloomsbury Research Methods series, which is edited by the University of Edinburgh’s Professor Graham Crow and NCRM’s Deputy Director, Professor Mark Elliot.

The series, which has eight titles, provides concise and accessible introductions to frequently used research methods and current issues in research methodology.

An online launch event for Embodied Inquiry takes place on 24 September 2021 and will see the authors discuss their book and its key topics in conversation with Professor Sophie Woodward.

Other books produced by the partnership between Bloomsbury and NCRM include those in the 'What is?' Research Methods Series and the Bloomsbury Research Methods for Education series.