CNR and Thomas Coram Research Unit postgraduate seminars, 2015-2016

These are always really good events, with lots of time for discussion and interesting new work from graduate students at all stages of their work. Do come along…no booking required!

CNR–TCRU Postgraduate Narrative Research Seminars, 2015-2016

Organised by the Centre for Narrative Research, University of East London

http://www.uel.ac.uk/cnr/

and the Thomas Coram Research Unit, UCL Institute of Education

http://www.ioe.ac.uk/research/54490.html

All seminars take place in the Library, Thomas Coram Research Unit, 27-28 Woburn Square London WC1H 0AA, from 5-6.30pm. All are welcome, particularly graduate students.

October 6: Anna Hulusjo, Department of Social Work, University of Gothenberg: The multiplicities of prostitution experience – narratives about power and resistance.

November 3: Sharmini Chaytor, Psychosocial Studies, University of East London: Stress narratives

December 1: Mvikeli Nvube, Universities of Manchester and East London: Gathering and analysing the life stories of identical twins

February 9: Phoebe Beedell, Social Sciences, University of East London: Negotiating the dilemmas of development in Bangladesh – stories of NGO workers and activists

March 8: Jose Ignacio Diaz-Vazquez, Sociology, University of East London: Fragments of self-realisation in the never ending hetero-topologist juorney of becoming-woman

May 3: Heather Elliott, Thomas Coram Research Unit, Institute of Education: Storying mothering: narrative and psychosocial approaches

 

Seminar details are announced on CNR and TCRU mailing lists two weeks before the seminar date. For more details, contact Corinne Squire, CNR, c.squire@uel.ac.uk

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