Research: Framings and Reframing – Exploring the Intersections of Social Sciences and the Arts and Humanities.
25th January to 21st February 2022 (5 sessions)
This course is best suited to those who are close to finalising their research design for a study with a qualitative component. The interconnected five sessions will problematise existing research approaches within the Social Sciences and the Arts and Humanities. Sessions will facilitate an exploration of alternative perspectives through a reframing of existing research paradigms with a view towards reimagining qualitative research as a libertarian engagement between the researcher, and the researched.
Session 1: Framing: Researcher Positionality – Tuesday 25th January 2022, 10am-12pm
Session 2: Framing: Scoping and Problematising the Eurocentric Research Landscape – Wednesday 2nd February 2022, 2-4pm
Session 3: Framing: The Politics of Western Qualitative Research – Tuesday 8th February 2022, 10am-12pm
Session 4: Reframing Researcher Positionality, assessing the dynamics – Wednesday 16th February 2022 2-4pm
Session 5: Reframing Research, towards a libertarian engagement – Monday 21st February 2022 – 2-4pm
There are 20 spaces available and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. This is a workshop series and participants are therefore expected to attend all each session.
The deadline for booking a place is Friday the 21st January at 5pm.
Chilisa, B., 2020. Indigenous research methodologies. 2nd ed. London: SAGE.
Gergen, K., 2015. An invitation to social construction. London [etc.]: Sage.