November 8-10, 2013
Friday from 17:00 – 20:00
Saturday from 9:30 – 17:00
Sunday from 9:30 - 14:00
Location: Berlage Seats2Meet, Oudebrugsteeg 9, 1012JN, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Presenters: Celiane Camargo-Borges, Ph.D., Kristin Bodiford, Ph.D., MBA
This workshop will focus on the act of conducting research, using experiential and interactive methods. Through collective performances and the discussion of a variety of methods, research scenarios will be constructed, linking research and intervention, theory and practice as an innovative way of producing knowledge.
We will primarily focus on collaborative and participatory research through a social constructionist framework. The underlying principle is to illustrate the many ways in which we are already engaged in research and inquiry as a daily practice and bring that to the foreground of our work. The exercises and performances will bring a sense of attentiveness, relationality, connection, and collaboration to research, inviting participants to articulate the co-creative knowledge within their own work. Through these experiences we will explore ways of “being” in research that are useful and productive in our daily lives.
We invite participants to bring in their own work and interests to connect relevant contexts with the topics being offered. It would be useful to share a project or area of inquiry that you are interested in learning more about in the context of research.
Registration fee: $450/350 Euro for students; $500/390 Euro non-students.
To register contact us at http://www.designingresearch.com/#!events/cmel
Or e-mail [email protected]
(For Taos PHD students, be sure to tell her you are Taos PHD student. Check with Dawn Dole first to see if this workshop is included as part of your PHD program, [email protected])
Celiane Camargo-Borges, Ph.D., Celiane is a researcher and practitioner working at the interface of psychology, healthcare, community building and organization development. She has worked in a variety of settings including communities and health professionals in Brazil; healthcare researchers in Taiwan; as well as community arts in the Netherlands. Celiane is also a lecturer and research coordinator at the Imagineering Academy, a master’s programme from the NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences. She has published on issues of health promotion and public health; dialogue theory; group practice; qualitative methodology; relational responsibility.
Kristin Bodiford, Ph.D., MBA, Kristin believes that magic can happen when people come together around issues they care deeply about. In her work, she embraces transformative dialogic and relational models that engage diverse strengths and perspectives to address social issues and create positive change in communities. Kristin’s research interest focuses on how tapping into and strengthening relational resources help us to propel social innovation and support transformation. Kristin teaches courses on community practice, evaluation, qualitative and action research, research methods for social work, and violence across the lifespan at Dominican University, Graduate School of Social Work.