UoB BMVP Mary Brydon-Miller Graduate Seminar, 'Exhilarations and Challenges: Participatory Research in Practice'

19 July 2018, 1.15 PM - 19 July 2018, 2.30 PM

UoB BMVP Mary Brydon-Miller, University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Common Room, 8 Priory Road

Mary Brydon-Miller, Ph.D. is a Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation, & Organizational Development in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville. She is a participatory action researcher who conducts work in both school and community settings. Her current research focuses on research ethics in educational and community settings, including work on the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project, Disability and Community: Dis/engagement, dis/enfranchisement, dis/parity and dissent. 

This seminar will be tailored for graduate students, with the aim of providing an overview of participatory approaches to research.  Drawing on examples from her own practice, Brydon-Miller will explore the satisfaction of participatory research, as well as the challenges this may present. 

Contact information

Please contact Professor Brydon-Miller's host Mrs Aggie Bezzina (School of Policy Studies).