DOING RESEARCH ON PARTICIPATION, Manchester 25-26 May 2016
Conference organized by our very own Andrew Miles (among others). Sounds exciting!
The purpose of this conference is thus to re-visit the central issue of method in cultural participation research. They plan to address this from the two, overlapping, perspectives of conceptually- and empirically-driven work. On the one hand, they want to showcase research focused on understanding participation from different methodological perspectives (methods in practice); on the other hand, contributions highlighting the importance of the study of methods for understanding participation (methodological rationales).
Invited keynote speakers include:
- Philippe Coulangeon (Sciences Po, Paris, France).
- Nick Crossley (University of Manchester, UK).
- Tally Katz-Gerro (University of Haifa, Israel).
- Terhi-Anna Wilska (University of Jyväskylä, Finland).
In addition to keynote speakers, guest speakers and session leaders include: Predrag Cveticanin (TIMS, Serbia), Laurie Hanquinet (University of York, UK), Semi Purhonen (University of Tampere, Finland) and Understanding Everyday Participation team members.
Adrian Leguina (University of Manchester)
Andrew Miles (University of Manchester)
Claire Huyton (University of Manchester)
Susan Oman (University of Manchester)