Events from the inbox: This looks like an excellent talk for many disciplines in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. And it’s free to attend, but you must register!
Collaborative Seeing (Lecture) – 24th April 2012, 5-7.30pm, Thomas Coram Institute, Institute of Education, London
We are pleased to announce that NOVELLA (Narratives of Varied Everyday Lives and Linked Approaches) and MODE (Multimodal methodologies for digital environments) are hosting a lecture by Professor Wendy Luttrell from The Graduate Centre, City University of New York.
In this lecture Professor Wendy Luttrell will discuss a multimodal digital narrative approach called, collaborative seeing. Collaborative seeing combines a philosophical/epistemological stance, a set of methodological protocols, and an analytic process which will be demonstrated through the use of case material gathered in Professor Luttrell’s on-going longitudinal, visual ethnography Children Framing Childhoods and its follow-up study, Looking Back.
This event is free to attend.
For further information on these events and to book a place, please visit the online registration page