Registration opens for Timescapes 10 Festival

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Ed Grover

Registration is open for the Timescapes 10 Festival, which takes place on 5-16 September 2022.

The online event will be a celebration of progress and advances in qualitative longitudinal methods.

Among the sessions at the festival will be an exclusive interview with Professor Ann Oakley of University College London about her life’s work and legacy. The full programme is available online.

The festival is being jointly run by the Timescapes Archive at the University of Leeds and NCRM.

It marks 10 years since the conclusion of the original Timescapes programme of research and aims to facilitate advances in qualitative longitudinal (QL) research, archiving and the re-use of QL data.

For a nominal fee of £10, delegates will gain access to a range of informative, thematic events that are taking place across the two weeks of the festival.

These include sessions with archives such as UKDA, Mass Observations and the Timescapes Archive, as well as presentations and training delivered by senior international and interdisciplinary scholars.

Find out more and register for the Timescapes 10 Festival