Summer School 2021

Wednesday 21st July 2021, 10.00 – 20.00 (UK time)  

Methods Focus: Autoethnography, Storytelling and Self-Reflexive Practices

Papers Presented and Workshops Delivered

Workshop: Lisa-Nike Bühring (University of Gloucestershire, UK): “Developing Self-reflection Abilities”

Presentation 1: Fatma Yilmaz (Independent Researcher) and Roxana Dumitrache (National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Bucharest): “Alice(s) in Motherhood Land: Motherhood Narratives of Two Romanian Public Feminists: Autoethnography”

Presentation 2: Aimee Georgeson (University of Gloucestershire, UK): “Women, Land, Loss!”

Presentation 3: Vicky Hodgson (University for the Creative Arts, UK): “Using photography and lived experience to disrupt the discursive formation of femininity”

Presentation 4: Nicole Haring (University of Graz, Austria): “Digital Storytelling: An Intergenerational Didactic Tool”

Presentation 5: Marlene Chan (Independent Scholar): “Coming and Going”

Presentation 6: Delores Crerar (Athlone Family Resource Centre, IRE): “Maturing with the Matriarchs – Autoethnographic Reflections on the Deeping of Practice across two decades (2005 – 2021)”

Presentation 7: Damla Yazar (Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey): “What is this 33?”

Presentation 7: Marcel Krenz (University of Gloucestershire, UK): “Modern Museum Makeovers and Me – An Autoethnographic Mystory Approach to Deconstructing Architectural Narratives in Art-Museum Redesigns”

Presentation 8: Marilena von Köppen (Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany): “Co-Production of Knowledge and Dialogue: An Autoethnographic Analysis of the Space between Academic and Lay Co-Researchers in the Early Stages of the Research Process in a German Nursing Home”

Presentation 9: Charity Marsh (University of Regina, Canada): “Engagement, Activism, and Self-Reflexive Practices: The Making of I’m Gonna Play Loud: Girls Rock Regina and the Ripple Effect”

Presentation 10: Karin Turkington (Independent Scholar): “Money, Lies, and Family Ties: A Multi-Pronged Approach to Injustice in Ontario Family Law and Mediation”

Presentation 11: Dayna McLeod (McGill University, Canada): “Sleeping Under Surveillance: Collaborating with my Unconscious Self for Audiences”

Plenary: Prof Ros Jennings (University of Gloucestershire, UK) and Dr Hannah Grist (University of Bristol, UK): “Bringing Things Together”