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The Timescapes 10 Festival

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We are pleased to announce that registrations are now open for the Timescapes 10 Festival, a major celebration of progress and advance in qualitative longitudinal methods.

Jointly run through the Timescapes Archive and the National Centre for Research Methods, the Timescapes 10 Festival celebrates ten years since the conclusion of the original Timescapes Programme of research.  

A key aim of Timescapes was to facilitate advances in Qualitative Longitudinal (QL) research, archiving and the re-use of QL data. Through a mixture of international symposia, panel sessions, video provocations, sandpits, and demonstrator events, this online only festival showcases the huge amount of progress in these methodological fields, as well as international advances in: 

  • Qualitative Longitudinal research 
  • Qualitative Secondary Analysis 
  • Qualitative archiving 
  • Decolonising Archives 
  • Qualitative data in panel surveys 
  • Auto/biographical methods 
  • Big Qual 
  • Mixed Methods 
  • Ethics 
  • Data Integrity and Data Management 
  • Time and temporality, temporal methodologies.  

 

Course Code

LEET10F

Course Leader

Kahryn Hughes
Course Description

 

For a nominal fee of £10, delegates will gain access to a range of informative, thematic events that are taking place across the two weeks of the festival.  

These include sessions with archives such as UKDA, Mass Observations and the Timescapes Archive, as well as presentations and training delivered by senior international and interdisciplinary scholars.  

 

Confirmed keynote speakers include:  

  • Barbara Adam, Professor of Sociology, University of Cardiff 
  • Bren Neale, Professor of Life Course and Family Research, University of Leeds 
  • Mike Savage, Professor of Sociology, London School of Economics 
  • Rosalind Edwards, Professor of Sociology, University of Southampton
  • Mr Masud Khokhar, University Librarian and Keeper of the Brotherton Collection, University of Leeds 

 

Confirmed Panel sessions and Symposia include: 

  • Professor Ann Oakley in conversation with Professors Graham Crow and John Goodwin, plus the launch of an exclusive interview with Ann about her life’s work and legacy 
  • Exploring Causal Complexity through Qualitative Longitudinal Research, Chaired by Professor Bren Neale
  • The Big Qual Conversation, with Dr Susie Weller and Dr Emma Davidson 
  • Intergenerational Poverty, chaired by Professor Julia Brannen 
  • Fathers and Longitudinal research, Chaired by Professor Anna Tarrant, University of Lincoln 
  • Susanne Vogl
  • Rachel Thomson and Luke Berriman

 

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