Conference 2017

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Costume Lecturer wins...

BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design Lecturer, Sarah Magill, was recently awarded the Association of Dress Historians (ADH) Award for her research based on Women’s Clothing, Manufacture and...

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Dr. Petronilla Whitfield

Dr Petronilla Whitfield on educational action research methodology merged with case study.

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Prof. Paul Wenham-Clarke

Professor Paul Wenham-Clarke on mixed methodologies including sociological research methods and oral history.

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Dr. Christian McLening

Dr. Christian McLening on ‘Model of reasoning’ methodology. Growing a research programme: a case study example of the development and delivery of a PhD project.

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Prof. Mary Oliver

Professor Mary Oliver on choosing the right research methodologies to suit your desired outcomes.

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Prof. Susan Lambert

Professor Susan Lambert on investigating research methods used when the starting point is ‘the stuff’ that makes up a museum collection.

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Prof. Siân Bowen

Professor Siân Bowen on navigating creative practice through research methodology.

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Prof. Jean McNiff

Professor Jean McNiff on the right to research, the responsibility to research. These ideas are relevant to all thinking persons and especially to those working in higher education settings.

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Dr. Kirsten Hardie

Dr. Kirsten Hardie on mixed methods research methodology. This presentation considered the research methodologies for a PhD that interrogated fictitious people, food brand icons and their role and...

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Dr. Patti Gaal-Holmes

Dr. Patti Gaal-Holmes' paper focused on one aspect of her six-part project drawing on her cross-cultural ancestry and migrant identity, ‘Certitudes of Belonging & Vicissitudes of the Self’.

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Dr. Emily Rosamond

Dr. Emily Rosamond’s project explored how in an uncertain environment, those who can speak with certainty about the future can both influence the course of that future to some extent, and increase...

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Dr. Paul Ward

Dr. Paul Ward’s project examined the ways in which animated documentaries engage their viewers, exploring the moral and ethical registers at play in how feelings and alliances are mobilised in...

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Joel Lardner and Paul Roberts

Joel Lardner and Paul Roberts’ project explored Alexander Pushkin’s supernatural tale of obsession and risk, The Queen of Spades (1834).

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Dr. Jon Croose

Dr. Jon Croose explored attitudes within the arts community in Rio de Janeiro towards representations of Brazilian national identity in the 2016 Olympic Opening Ceremony.

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Andy Weir

Andy Weir’s project was based on research visits that he made to deep geological repository sites for long-term storage of nuclear waste, alongside his PhD project on philosophies of deep time.

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Dr. Paul Taberham

Dr. Paul Taberham’s project aimed to clarify key themes of the avant-garde with the use of existing research from the field of cognitive psychology.

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Dr. Kirsten Hardie

Fake and Fabulous? The use and abuse of artificial flowers  Dr. Kirsten Hardie’s presentation explored on-going research that focuses upon the phenomenon of artificial flowers: an area of...

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