Free seminar to explore memory and methods

NCRM news
Ed Grover

Speakers at a free seminar will discuss the interaction between memory and method in qualitative social research.

The online event, on Wednesday, 26 October, is being organised by Qualitative Expertise at Southampton (QUEST), NCRM and the South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership.

The seminar takes place between 13:00 and 15:00 and is open to anyone who would like to attend.

The four speakers are Professor Emily Keightley of Loughborough University, Abigail Croydon from the University of Southampton, Dr Deborah Madden of the University of Brighton and Meg Ison from the University of Portsmouth.

The titles of their presentations are:

  • Postcolonial methodologies for memory research (Professor Emily Keightley)
  • Using video to revisit memory: methods to stimulate discussion in qualitative research (Abigail Croydon)
  • Using oral histories, site-responsive theatre and the historical archive to explore everyday cultures of grief during Covid-19 (Dr Deborah Madden)
  • Scoping the Field: Interdisciplinary methodological memory work in practice (Meg Ison)

The event, titled Memory and Method, is the latest event in a series run by QUEST, NCRM and the SCDTP. Recordings of the previous events are available on the QUEST website.

Register for the seminar