The Listening Guide in Feminist Narrative Research

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Description

We are pleased to invite you to this symposium, which brings together feminist scholarship and narrative research. We aim to provide a space to explore some of the opportunities and challenges of using the feminist narrative method of data analysis - the Listening Guide - for critical understanding and making sense of women’s storytelling and lives.
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When

14 November/ 10.00 am - 3.00 pm

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Who Should Attend

Early Career Researchers, and Doctoral Students. This thought-provoking event will appeal to students and scholars of women’s studies, feminist and narrative researchers, social policy and practice, sociology, and those interested in research methods.

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Benefits of Attendance

The symposium will include:

* A focus on the history, theory and practice of the Listening Guide, as a feminist narrative method of data analysis.

* Workshops on using the Listening Guide.

* Research with women seeking asylum, mothers in prison, female entrepreneurs in Saudi Arabia, trans-women’s experiences of personal and intimate relationships and domestic abuse.

* An exhibition of I Poems – “Listening To Women’s Stories”.

* A photography exhibition of "Women’s Everyday Objects in Carceral Spaces".

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Location

Heritage Quay, Schwann Building, Queensgate, Huddersfield, HD1 3DH

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Speakers

Keynote Speaker

Professor Natasha Mauthner (a founder of the Listening Guide), Newcastle University - The Listening Guide Feminist Method of Narrative Analysis: Second-wave feminism’s identity politics and voice-giving project

Workshop facilitators:

Kate Smith, University of Huddersfield
Kelly Lockwood, University of Salford
Sophie Alkhaled, Lancaster University
Michaela Rogers, University of Sheffield

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Programme

https://www.britsoc.co.uk/media/25170/programme-for-bsa-the-listening-guide-in-feminist-narrative-research.pdf

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Provider Information

British Sociological Association and University of Huddersfield

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Travel Information


Directions and car parking information can be found here: https://www.britsoc.co.uk/media/25058/ecf_event_directions_141119.pdf.

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Contact

For queries, please email Kate Smith (kate.smith@hud.ac.uk) and Kelly Lockwood (K.A.Lockwood@salford.ac.uk) using ‘BSA Early Career Forum: The Listening Guide’ in the subject line.

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Event Price

Registration is now open.

BSA members: £5
Non-members: £15

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
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Book Now

 

The booking deadline of this event is: 31 Oct 2019

To book your place please go to: https://www.britsoc.co.uk/events/key-bsa-events/bsa-early-career-forum-event-the-listening-guide-in-feminist-narrative-research/

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14th November 2019   to   3:00 PM
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