When the medium of research dissemination is unfamiliar or uncomfortable, this can bring new energy to the debates and different emotional responses to the material.
Two days later I was in Liverpool at the School of Tropical Medicine for the first event in the travelling research circus that is Gender(s) At Work!
Preparations are in full swing for the start of the g word tour – gender and graphics visiting at least 15 different sites in the UK over the next 6 months. I’ll be delivering presentations, workshops, performances and exhibitions focused on the findings of my research project ‘Gender(s) At Work’.
contemporary research in gender, career and HE How will you crack the glass enclosing some exposing some blinding others to their privilege? Reflect on it.
Opportunities for a range of student, academic and professional audiences to explore the use of simple graphic and visual methods as ways of working with
My Brilliant Career? is an experiment with a more performative mode of presenting research findings…