A launch of the Leverhulme Trust funded ‘Men, Poverty and Lifetimes of Care’ study
Supported by the Eleanor Glanville Centre, this afternoon seminar at the University of Lincoln celebrates the end of a three-and-a-half year study funded by the LeverhulmeTrust called ‘Men, Poverty and Lifetimes of Care’, undertaken by Dr Anna Tarrant, School of Social and Political Science, University of Lincoln. Two keynotes will be presented by Emeritus Professor Bren Neale and Dr Kahryn Hughes respectively, both from the University of Leeds, on qualitative longitudinal research studies they have directed looking at the dynamics of low income family life.
Researching low income family life using qualitative longitudinal methods
Delegates will hear substantive findings and outcomes from Following Young Fathers from Professor Neale, and Intergenerational Exchange from Dr Hughes. Both studies were conducted under the ESRC funded Timescapes Programme of research. These keynotes will be followed by the first national launch of the findings from ‘Men, Poverty and Lifetimes of Care’. The event will finish with a panel about methodological developments relating to the Timescapes Archive and the possibilities of qualitative secondary analysis for social research and knowledge production. A small exhibition of data from Dr Tarrant’s research has been developed into letterpress prints by socially engaged artist Katie Smith in collaboration with The Smallprint Company. These will also be launched at the event and available to view on the day.
This event will appeal to academics from a range of disciplines interested in or researching the lived experiences and support needs of low-income families, with particular emphasis on men and grandparents.
- Thursday 14th June
- 12pm – 4pm
- Sarah Swift Building 0102, Seminar Room
The presentations and panel discussion also provide an exciting opportunity to learn about developments with the Timescapes Archive and qualitative secondary analysis. Non-academic audiences including those with an interest in engaging men in family life or that support and engage with low-income families are also encouraged to attend.
Applications to offer a poster at the event about research that relates to the key themes of the event (namely masculinities, family, poverty, welfare, care and QL methods) are welcomed. PGR and ECR researcher applications will be prioritised. Please submit a brief abstract, no longer than 250 words by Friday 25th May 2018 to email@example.com
To find out more and to register to attend…
The event is free to attend but spaces are limited. Please sign up via Eventbrite using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/anna-tarrant-university-of-lincoln-9378267532 If you are no longer able to attend the event please cancel your place as soon as you able so that others can attend in your place.
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