New frontiers in qualitative longitudinal methods: definition, design and display
This project has now finished. The project members have published a report 'New frontiers in QLR: definition, design and display'.
This initiative represents the next phase of development of Qualitative Longitudinal Research (QLR) in the UK, building on past investments and extending interdisciplinary and international conversations. The network brings together those who have been central to different histories of QLR and a new generation of researchers for whom temporal perspectives enable a range of interdisciplinary and emergent research practices.
Programme of events
This event was organised in collaboration with QUEST, University of Southampton, 15-16 November 2012. Speakers include: Lois Weis (Buffalo), Jeanine Anderson-Roos (Catholic University Peru), Professor Graham Crow (Southampton)
2. Research relationships in time, University of Cardiff, 7-8 February 2013
3. (Re)conceptualising the object of QLR: duration and seriality, CRESC, University of Manchester, 18-19 March 2013
4. QLR and practice traditions, Birkbeck College, University of London, 13-14 June 2013
5. The child in time: animating ideas of development and transition, CIRCY, University of Sussex, 12 September 2013
For further information about the programme see the network website.
New Frontiers in QLR was convened by Rachel Thomson (University of Sussex), working with Lisa Baraitser (Birkbeck), Ros Edwards (Southampton), Karen Henwood (Cardiff), Janet Holland (London South Bank), Liz Stanley (Edinburgh) and Rebecca Taylor (Birmingham).
If you want to find out more about the network please contact Professor Rachel Thomson.