Drawing on our interdisciplinary expertise and collaboration, ISS21 researchers are committed to exploring innovative methodological approaches in the social sciences, and fostering engaged research approaches with multiple publics and research partners. The Institute has particular strengths in qualitative, creative and participatory research approaches, and we strive to develop a culture of reflexivity and methodological imagination in our research praxis.
ISS21 Creative Research Methodologies Seminar Series, 2020
In order to showcase and further develop expertise in creative social science methodologies in UCC, ISS21 is hosting a seminar series during 2020 which will provide an opportunity for sharing of ideas, and the development of networks in the creative methodologies arena.
Looking and Seeing: developing creative visual methodologies in social science research.
The first seminar in the series featured presentations from Fulbright Scholars Professor Janice Haaken, Portland State University, and Professor Meta Newhouse, Montana State University, on the use of visual methodologies in research and dissemination. Further details available here
The use of walking methodologies in social science research was explored through four presentations, which are availabe to view (along with detailed abstracts) through the following link: Walking Methodologies. An online discussion with the presenters was hosted live on 17 June.
Ethnographic & Biographical Methods
Ethnographic and biographical methods are explored in the third seminar in the series. Papers will be made available to watch via Panopto from 20 August on the ISS21 website. An online discussion with the presenters will be hosted live through Microsoft Teams on Weds 2 Sept. 2 - 3pm. Abstracts are available through the following link: Ethnographic & Biographical Methods
To register for the event, please email: InstituteforSocialSc@ucc.ie
Previous Creative Methodologies Events
The Institute has hosted a number of other seminars and masterclasses on the use of innovative methodological approaches. A selection of these are listed below.
24-25 Oct. 2019
|1 Oct. 2019|
|11 June 2019|
|15-16 Nov. 2018|
|5 Sept. 2018|
|27 Nov. 2018||
Performative Practices: Theatre, Disability and the Arts