- Monday 5 September 2022
- Online event
- Every day
- Friday 16 September 2022
The Timescapes 10 Festival is a virtual celebration of progress and advances in qualitative longitudinal methods.
Places are still available for the Timescapes 10 Festival, a major celebration of progress and advances in qualitative longitudinal methods.
Organised by the Timescapes Archive and the National Centre for Research Methods, the prestigious festival will take place at the the University of Southampton and online from Monday 5 September to Friday 16 September, with a packed line up of international symposia, panel sessions, video provocations, sandpits, and demonstrator events.
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
- Data Integrity and Data Management
- Time and temporality, temporal methodologies.
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.
Register on the University of Southhampton’s event page.