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CNR–TCRU Postgraduate Narrative Research Seminars, 2017-2018
All seminars take place from 5 – 6.30pm at the Thomas Coram Research Unit, 27-28 Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AA.
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.
CNR Events at UEL Campus
15th November 2017, 1.30 – 2pm, UEL, USS Stratford, Room US2.40
CNR Annual General Meeting
15th November 2017, 2.30 – 4pm UEL, USS Stratford, Room US2.40
Conversation with Professor Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, University of Stellenbosch: Recognition and Mutual Transformation: Reflecting on the Reparative Humanism of Ubuntu and Inimba.
6th December 2017, 2 – 6pm UEL, USS Stratford, Room US1.10
A roundtable set of short talks and discussion around HIV and contemporary psychosocial issues with Dr Luis Vascon, Sanny Mulubale, and a public lecture by Prof Alan Whiteside.
‘Voices from the ‘Jungle’’ book events
16th November 2017, 5pm Assembly Roxy, 2 Roxburgh Place, EH8 9SU, Edinburgh
Humanity behind the headlines: Refugee Tales & Voices from the ‘Jungle’.
19th November 2017, 1pm Idea Store Whitechapel 321 Whitechapel Rd. London, E1 1BU
Voices from the Jungle: Stories from the Calais Refugee Camp.
22nd November 2017, 5pm University of London Institute in Paris, 9-11 rue de Constantine | 75340 Paris
Voices from the ‘Jungle’ and Calais Children.
20th – 25th November 2017 Stratford Library, 3 The Grove, London, E15 1EL
Exhibition: Voices from London, Stories from Refugees and Asylum
Seekers in Calais Jungle and London
In collaboration with Deep Black, Stratford Library.
CNR hosted two international visiting scholars in November 2016, Jill Bradbury (University of the Witwatersrand) and Michelle Fine (CUNY), funded by the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM). The following programme was coordinated by Molly Andrews, Cigdem Esin, Ann Phoenix, Corinne Squire, and Liz Stanley, with Jill Bradbury and Michelle Fine.
4th November 2016, 2 – 5pm (Part of NCRM visiting scholar programme)
UEL, Docklands Campus, Room EB1.41
Workshop: Using narrative and participatory methods for social transformation With Michelle Fine (City University of New York) and Jill Bradbury (Witwatersrand University)
9th & 10th November 2016, 10am – 4pm (Part of NCRM visiting scholar programme)
UEL, USS Campus, Room US2.02 (9th) and US3.08 (10th)
Colloquium: Interdisciplinary perspectives on narrative methodologies, participation, and social transformation
16th November 2016, 10.30am – 3.30pm, Thomas Coram Research Unit, 27-28 Woburn Square, Room TBA (Part of NCRM visiting scholar programme)
NCRM Day School: Bringing together narrative and participatory methods
With Jill Bradbury and Michelle Fine
Chair: Ann Phoenix
18th November 2016, 10am – 4pm, Venue TBA (Part of NCRM visiting scholar programme)
Centre for Narrative and Auto/ Biographical Studies, Edinburgh University
10am – 1pm Jill Bradbury and Michelle Fine, presenting current work
2 – 4pm Workshop on narrative and participatory methods for social transformation
Audio recordings of all four events are available on CNR’s page on UEL’s webpage https://www.uel.ac.uk/schools/social-sciences/our-research-and-engagement/research/centre-for-narrative-research/collaborative-research-events/ncrm-international-visiting-scholars
Papers by Jill Bradbury and Michelle Fine
Relevant papers by other NCRM IVES event participants