Biographical mapping resources available

NCRM news
Ed Grover

The University of Manchester has published new resources on how to use biographical maps to research earlier life experiences.

Biographical mapping is a rich, multisensory approach to oral life histories that uses important places and journeys to spark reflection.

The technique was developed as part of the Girlhood and Later Life project at The University of Manchester.

No special equipment or skills are needed to use biographical mapping. Individuals can make maps for themselves, or maps can be made in research with another person or group.

Visit the biographical mapping webpage to find out more.