The Centre for Qualitative Research welcomes new members and invites them to contribute to our on-going and successful Seminar Series in the coming Academic Year.
Doctoral Students and Academics from across disciplines and Faculties are welcome to join CQR. You can become a Full Member, meaning your publications and research income will be counted through CQR, or you can be an Associate Member. You can be an Associate Member of several research centres at once. Doctoral students generally join the Centre where their First Supervisor is a member.
One way to participate in the Centre is to give a presentation at one of our seminars. Information on how to do this follows.
CQR Seminar Series, 2018-2019
BU 2025: “Advancing knowledge, creativity and innovation”
How have you used/are you using creative approaches in your qualitative research?
Sign up now to share your experience in our well-attended CQR Seminar Series for the next Academic Year!
1. Gathering data
Novel approaches to interviewing
Participant involvement in producing data (dance, poetry, media, etc)
Visual methods of collecting data (film, drawing, etc,)
2. Interpreting data
Auto-interpretive approaches (autoethnographic, autobiographic, autofiction)
3. Disseminating data
Graphics, visual arts
4. New ways of writing
Just some suggestions!
Tell us how you might share your creative approach “in conversation” with CQR Seminar participants. This could be by sharing knowledge from a completed or on-going research project, or it could be a hands-on, participatory demonstration of a particular method.
There are nine monthly 50 minute seminars (usually the first Wed of each month) beginning in September. We need to have your input in terms of title/subject now in order to book rooms and promote the series as a whole. You may present alone or with a partner.
Please get back to Kip Jones asap with your ideas and to join CQR! email@example.com