Social Scientists are known for experimenting with innovative and interdisciplinary research methods.
This two-day event celebrates and communicates to the public social science methods for studying everyday life, with the following activities:
- Walking tour fieldtrip
- Exhibition of ‘everyday austerity’
- ‘Kitchen table’ discussions
- Short ‘lightning’ talks by postgraduate researchers
- Interactive methodology workshops
Open to all, this event will awaken your senses to an exciting array of extra-ordinary approaches to researching the mundane!
All components of the Mundane Methods event are free to attend.
|Mon 7th November||Tues 8th November|
|10.00-11.00 Keynote*||10.00-11.30 PGR lightning talks*|
|11.30-13.00 SmellScapes workshop||12.00-13.00 Lessons in Loitering workshop|
|14.00-15.00 Material Methods workshop||14.00-15.00 Everyday Ethics workshop|
|15.30-17.30 Walking tour||15.30-17.00 Kitchen Table Discussion*|
|17.30-19.30 Everyday Austerity Exhibition*|
To attend any of these components, please click on the hyperlinks above to register. Easy
*free refreshments included
For more information on the Mundane Methods event, please contact us using this form.