The Social Work Research Collective Ethnography Themed Event

Taylor-Beswick, A. (Organiser), lisa morriss (Organiser), Ariane critchley (Organiser), wahida kent (Organiser)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course

Description

Join the Social Work Research Collective to listen to presentations on Ethnography by three PhD & ECR researchers, followed by discussion A bit more about the Collective. We are a UK & Ireland PhD and ECR Research Collective, connecting to support and share research across and beyond our profession. Our Collective stemmed from a writing workshop and conference hosted by Dr Lisa Morriss and funded by the British Academy. These two events inspired PhD students and ECRs to self-organise events across the 4 nations. Lisa mentored a PhD student (now Dr) Wahida Kent to host a conference in Cardiff in May 2019. In Ireland, three ECRs – Dr Sarah Donnelly, Dr Kerry Cuskelly and Dr Eavan Brady (along with Dr Niamh Flanagan) – developed the first All-Ireland Social Work Research Conference which was held in June 2019. This was followed by a conference in Scotland in December 2019 which was organised by Dr Ariane Critchley. We plan to continue to connect through a series of open access webinars. Our group now includes Dr Amanda Taylor-Beswick of Queen's University Belfast. A note about our symbol: we have chosen the hawthorn leaf to reflect the ethos of this Collective. Hawthorns are said to symbolise hope, love, passion, healing and new possibilities.
Period03 Jun 2021
Event typeSeminar
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • phd
  • ecr
  • reseach
  • social work research
  • ethnography