IRIS Days 2021: Research Practices

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A two day event exploring the concept of 'storytelling’ as a way to “reshape the spectrum of narrative expression”.

IRIS Days 2021: Research Practices - Monday 28 June and Tuesday 29 June 

This 2-day research event will bring together practitioners, researchers and experts from different disciplines (including media, film, journalism, humanities, education and photography) working on the broader concept of ‘storytelling’ as a way to “reshape the spectrum of narrative expression” (Jane Murray).

The event will include key-note talks, workshops and a closing round-table.

The general aim of this event is to identify a number of key issues in research and practice-led research that can be tackled successfully through a multidisciplinary approach.

A major component of this event will be a collaborative research-by-practice interactive project created by you, the participants, to be used for future research projects.

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When?

Monday 28 June and Tuesday 29 June 2021

9.30am – 5.00pm both days

Where?

This session will be delivered via Microsoft Teams.

Who should attend?

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Cost

This event is free to all attendees

How to book

To book your place, please click here