Summer Institute in Qualitative Research: Putting Theory to Work

Summer Institute in Qualitative Research: Putting Theory to Work

Monday 10th July – Friday 14th July 2017

Education and Social Research Institute, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Learn about the latest in theory and methodology, in dialogue with leading international theorists. For qualitative researchers looking for stimulating engagements with theory, from doctoral students to more experienced researchers, in education, social sciences, health and caring professions, arts and humanities.


Clare Colebrook Pennsylvania State University: Transcendental Fragility’

Des Fitzgerald Cardiff University: ‘What was sociology?’

Anna Hickey-Moody University of Sydney: ‘Arts Practice as Method, Urban Spaces and Intra-Active Faiths’

Gabrielle Ivinson Manchester Metropolitan University, Emma Renold Cardiff University and Jên Angharad University of Wales Trinity Saint David: ‘Mobilising Run-a-way Methodologies for Life Support’

Hillevi Lenz-Taguchi & Lena Aronsson Stockholm University: ‘Gendered trouble in the interdisciplinary bakery and the possibility of rethinking “a shift from paideia to humanitas”

Maggie MacLure Manchester Metropolitan University: ‘Divination: mobilising sense and nonsense for research after method

Jerry Rosiek University of Oregon: ‘Is Racism an Agent? Putting Posthumanism To Work in the Struggle Against Institutionalized Racism’

Iris van der Tuin Utrecht University: ‘Epistemology in a Speculative Key’

Deborah Youdell University of Birmingham: ‘Seeing the inside: doing biosocial research in education’

Delegate sessions available if you would like to share your current work with an international audience

If you are Manchester Metropolitan University staff/student please contact email below for information about discounted rates



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