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- Dr Tiffany Fairey, visual sociologist and Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow working on the role of images and image-making in building peace and dialogue.
- Professor Rachel Kerr, co-convener of the Visual and Embodied Methodologies Network and contemporary historian working on transitional and post-conflict justice and memory and international law and war.
How can we harness and analyse images in research? How can images and image-making facilitate the co-production of research knowledge? Join a 2-hour taster workshop providing an introduction to visual methods in research, including photo-elicitation and photovoice, through an interactive session including practice exercises and case studies.
Visual methods have gained increasing currency across the social sciences as means to explore attitudes and histories, to access and make visible different kinds of knowledge and lived experiences and, especially in the case of participatory visual methods, as a means to engage hard to reach research participants and catalyse action.
The workshop will be participatory and everyone will be asked to bring images to the session. No prior experience of visual methodologies necessary.
*Please note the maximum number for this workshop is 16 participants*
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