CNR-TCRU Postgraduate Narrative Research Seminars, 2018-2019
Organised by Centre for Narrative Research (CNR), University of East London
and 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.
October 9 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.
November 6 Elizabeth Chappell, The Open University: What can we learn from talking to hibakusha (survivors of Hiroshima)? Narrative and the ethics of memory in hibakusha life stories.
December 4 Adriana Prates, Federal University of Bahia Problematizing the production of health knowledge about stigmatized people: POPTRANS research on transsexual women and transvestites
February 12 Carolina Gutierrez, UCL Institute of Education, TCRU: Grandparent care in Chile: experiences of parenting grandparents and their live-in grandchildren
March 5 Amneris Puscascu, UCL Institute of Education, TCRU: Title TBA
April 2 Peter Phillips, Cardiff University: Inside stories
May 7 Sanny Mulubale, University of East London, CNR: Critical Citizens: Positionality of the ‘Self’ within Stories of Zambian Teachers Living with Human Immune–deficiency Virus (HIV) and on Antiretroviral Therapy (ART).
Seminar details are announced on CNR and TCRU mailing lists two weeks before the seminar date. For more details, please contact Corinne Squire, CNR, email@example.com or Carolina Guttierez Munoz, Thomas Coram Research Unit graduate partner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details are also on the CNR blog https://centrefornarrativeresearch.wordpress.com/2017/09/30/tcru-cnr-graduate-research-seminars-2017-2018/ and the CNR website