|16 Mar 2023||10:00 - 12:00||Seminar Room S3, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge|
As this event falls on a planned UCU strike day, it may be cancelled or postponed. The latest information will be posted on this page.
An event organised by the Women in the Field in South Asia research network.
How to change the ‘normal’ way of planning and conducting fieldwork and instead developing inclusive methods tailored to research participants’ livelihoods? What kind of research outputs add value to participants? Can academic papers be part of co-produced outputs or more local media to highlight the importance of co-produced outputs? In participatory research and fieldwork, who is best to lead the research – participants or the researcher? When a researcher needs to step in to ‘control’ the process and or outcomes?
- Degrees of Belonging
Mixed media articles from various staff and students of colour, at University of East Anglia, on ‘belonging’ and the impacts on mental health.
- Challenges and Opportunities of Doing Fieldwork as a Woman on Women in GuineaReflects on how the author’s identity shaped her field research on the women-state nexus in a Muslim West African city.
- Orientalism, ideology and identity: Examining caste in South Asian archaeology
Examining caste in South Asian archaeology, a vestige of colonialism.
- ‘Muddy glee’: rounding out the picture of women and physical geography fieldwork
‘It aims to critique and disrupt the dominant image of physical geography fieldwork as essentially a masculinist endeavour, and encourage a wider view of the challenges and pleasures of fieldwork for women in physical geography.’
For enquiries please contact the Networks Programme Manager.