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Seminars 2011/12

Seminar. Telling Tales after School: Using Autoethnography for Self–Culture Research and Writing

21st Mar 2012 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade Dr Mike Hayler (University of Brighton) While autoethnography is increasingly the term of choice for a whole toolbox of research methods within the qualitative research workshop, debates continue about where the toolbox sits. In… Continue Reading →

Seminar: QueenSpark Books: History-making, funding, technologies, 1972 – 2012

22nd Feb 2012 5:30pm-7:30pm Grand Parade As part of the on-going Research Seminar series, Dr Lorraine Sitzia from the University of Sussex, Stella Cardus and Professor Dorothy Sheridan from QueenSpark Books have been invited to talk about the “History-making, funding,… Continue Reading →

Seminar: The Post-Columbus Syndrome in the Hispanic Caribbean

25th Jan 2012 5:30pm-7:30pm Grand Parade Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories seminar series 2011-12 Dr Fabienne Viala , King’s College London “The Post-Columbus Syndrome in the Hispanic Caribbean: Cultural commemorations of the 1992 anniversary” Considering the processes… Continue Reading →

Seminar: The Post-Columbus Syndrome in the Hispanic Caribbean

25th Jan 2012 5:30pm-7:30pm Grand Parade   Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories seminar series 2011-12 Dr Fabienne Viala , King’s College London “The Post-Columbus Syndrome in the Hispanic Caribbean: Cultural commemorations of the 1992 anniversary” Considering the… Continue Reading →

Seminar: Film-making and Life-histories of Violent Conflict

7th Dec 2011 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade Filmmaking and the Ethical and Political Issues Involved in Recording Life Stories of Violent Conflict Dr Cahal McLaughlin, University of Ulster In recording memories from conflict, I operate several protocols to address the risks… Continue Reading →

Seminar: The Work of Gender in Women’s Film History

9th Nov 2011 5:30pm Grand Parade In this seminar Professor Christine Gledhill from the University of Sunderland will outline briefly some of the historiographic and research issues confronted by the recently established Women’s Film and Television History Network – UK/Ireland… Continue Reading →

Seminar: Working-class Life Writing

19th Oct 2011 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade   Seminar: Working-class Life Writing: from Micro-story to Macro-perspecitives through a Critical and Pedagogic Online Edition Professor Timothy Ashplant, independent scholar”Working-class Life Writing: from Micro-story to Macro-perspectives  through a Critical and Pedagogic Online Edition”… Continue Reading →

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