CNR-TCRU Postgraduate Narrative Research Seminars, 2017-2018
Organised by the Centre for Narrative Research (CNR), University of East London
and the Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU), UCL Institute of Education
All seminars take place at the Thomas Coram Research Unit, 27-28 Woburn Square,
London WC1H 0AA, from 5 -6.30pm. All are welcome, particularly graduate students.
14th November 2017
Amneris Puscasu, Thomas Coram Research Institute, UCL Institute of Education: Intergenerational narratives and academic engagement of early adolescents.
5th December 2017
Sandra Lyndon, University of Chichester: Practitioners’ narratives of poverty in the early years.
13th February 2018
Sharon Martinelli, University of Malta: No shame, no guilt: Don’t be ashamed of your story -it will hopefully inspire others.
6th March 2018
Emily LeRoux-Rutledge, University of Surrey: Public narratives as symbolic resources for gender and development: A case study of women and community radio in South Sudan.
10th April 2018
Claire Greason, Leeds Trinity University: Title TBC
8th May 2018
Claire Feeley, University of Central Lancashire: Practising ‘outside of the box’ whilst within ‘the system’. A feminist narrative inquiry of NHS midwives facilitating and supporting women’s unconventional birth choices in the UK.
Seminar details are announced on CNR and TCRU mailing lists two weeks before the seminar date. For more details, please contact Corinne Squire, CNR, firstname.lastname@example.org or Carolina Guttierez Munoz, Thomas Coram Research Unit graduate partner, email@example.com
Details are also on the CNR website