The 3rd International Summer Institute of Qualitative Research (SIQR) takes place here at MMU during 22 – 26 July, 2013.
Developed and directed by Prof Maggie MacLure, the Summer Institute is widely acclaimed as a hot house of cutting edge qualitative research, providing an opportunity to learn about the latest in theory and methodology, in dialogue with leading international theorists.
Once again, the roster of keynote speakers is stunning:
- Elizabeth St. Pierre (University of Georgia) Post Qualitative Research: The Critique and the Coming After
- Hillevi Lenz Taguchi (Stockholm University) The Master’s Tools Reactivated? What Kinds of (Researcher) Realities do the New and Renewed Turns in Feminist Qualitative Research Produce?
- Alecia Y Jackson (Appalachian State University) Rhizovocality Revisited
- Alison Jones and Te Kawehau Hoskins (University of Auckland) Object Lessons: ‘Vital Materiality’ and Teaching
- Maggie MacLure (ESRI, MMU) ’The First Secret of the Stammerer’: Researching without Representation?
- Lisa Mazzei (University of Oregon) Posthuman Enactments of Vibrant Data
- David James (Cardiff University) Recognising misrecognition for Bourdieu and Fraser, and Why It Matters
- Jessica Ringrose (Institute of Education, University of London) Bodies, Affect and Intensities: A Feminist Deleuzian Mapping Methodology for Qualitative Research
- Harry Torrance (ESRI, MMU) Concentrating Research Investment: Can Qualitative Research Survive the Move to ‘Big’ Social Science?
Concentrating Research Investment: Can Qualitative Research Survive the Move to ‘Big’ Social Science?
But that’s not all!
As in previous years there will be a workshop strand on Putting Theorists to Work
…this year the series of Provocations/improvisations: Encounters Between Art and Qualitative Research will be more extensive and, hopefully, even more provocative! Taking place on Wednesday 24th July 2013 (12.30 – 5.30pm), this will be a series of collaborative events involving artists, musicians, researchers, and art theorists, organised by Rachel Holmes (MMU), Geoff Bright (MMU) and Kelly Clark/Keefe (Appalachian State University)
- Carol Mavor (University of Manchester) introduces: To eat is to grow is to die is to love: Art through the mouth of the fairy tale.
- Kelly Clark-Keefe (Appalachian State) is Watching Arrivances
- Felicity Colman (MMU) imagines Digital Child
- Geoff Bright (MMU) incites an Improv/Lab alongside sonic improvisers Dividual Machine
- Bryony Bond (Whitworth Art Gallery) and Ilana Halperin (Artist) contemplate Petrification
- While Rebecca Patterson (MMU) and Cathie Cross (4D creative) are Dreaming of the Bones.
It’s a week that shouldn’t be missed
And there’s still time to book!
Standard delegate fee: £345, inc lunch and refreshments
Initial enquiries and registration details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel +44 (0) 161 247 2010