Can multimodal analysis help us to understand (super)diversity in place?

By Caroline Tagg On Thursday 14th April, Elisabetta Adami presented initial findings from her work on the University of Leeds based project, Leeds Voices: communicating superdiversity in the market, at the UCL Institute of Education, London. Her multimodal analysis of Kirkgate Market highlights the complexity that superdiversity brings not only to public life but to the… Read More Can multimodal analysis help us to understand (super)diversity in place?

Ten pigs’ hearts: Library of Birmingham blog

In a new blog post for the Library of Birmingham, Adrian Blackledge writes about when his academic life overlaps with his poetry life… http://www.libraryofbirmingham.com/blog/News/adrianblackledgeapr2016 On May 3rd Adrian will be reading his poems, together with Birmingham Young Poet Laureate Serena Arthur. The reading is at 5 pm in the School of Education, University of Birmingham.… Read More Ten pigs’ hearts: Library of Birmingham blog

Employing fieldwork tools according to the research site

by Frances Rock, Cardiff University  Here in Cardiff, we have been thinking about the way that fieldwork activities are employed and realised differently depending on the research site. We have allowed ourselves to be responsive to each site that we have visited by turning up or down particular data collection methods or employing research methods… Read More Employing fieldwork tools according to the research site