Arts-based research with young people for literacies learning in US and UK
- Date: Wednesday 8 April 2020, 14:00 – 16:00
- Location: Liberty Building SR (G.33)
- Cost: Free
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED FOLLOWING MEASURES AND ADVICE ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19.
The seminar will showcase arts-based approaches to researching languages and literacies with young people in the US and UK.
The seminar will also invite discussion around implications for educational and social inclusion.
The Inclusion, Childhood and Youth (ICY) Centre brings together experts in interdisciplinary childhood and youth studies, with a particular focus on inclusivity and equality.
As part of this focus, the ICY Centre is currently engaged in exploring and discussing how to do research, co-production and intervention work with children and young people who may feel excluded by classic research methodologies.
The AILA Creative Inquiry and Applied Linguistics Research Network is an international network of applied linguists and artists researching the affordances of arts-based inquiry for understandings and enhancing communication and social justice.
- Dr James Chisholm, University of Louisville, USA
- Dr Jessica Bradley, University of Sheffield, UK
Light refreshments will be available.
This will be a fully accessible event and participation is free of charge.
Please feel welcome to share this with interested colleagues. Download the event flyer.