LANTERN Lunchtime Talks

2018-2019

6th and 14th December by Olga Dolganova, Ivy Taslima and Nestor Singer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

23rd November 2018. Analyzing narrative data with Nahielly Palacios

 

 

 

 

 

 

9th November 2018. Thank you all for coming, we had a great time!

 

2017-2018

Chat with Dr. Volha Arkhipenka  11th May 2018

 

2017-2018

Dr. Gary Motteram  4th May 2018 (see video here)

2017-2018

Chat by Lada Smirnova 23.03.18  (see video here ) 

2017-2018

From the Life after PhD series. Dr. Duygu Candarli  09/03/18

Post-PhD reflections: from the writing-up stage to a new research project on digital humanities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017-2018

Talk by Susan Dawson 19/01/18  (see video here http://goo.gl/FFZiZo )

Life after the PhD: from Ellen Wilkinson to the refugee classrooms of Cairo

 

2017-2018

Talk by Fitri and Khwan 10/11/17   Post_ph_D_Khwan.pptx.

 

2016-2017

Talk by Ana Mocanu -31/03/17: Inquiring into ‘the intercultural’ of pedagogies in Higher Education


 

Lunchtime Talk 7 – 28/10/16  

Abduction in the academy: some ways in which students talk about their academic writing

Paul Smith

 

2015-2016

Lunchtime Talk 6 – 13/5/16

Narrative researcher praxis: Three reflections on developing doctoral practice

Volha Arkhipenka, Siti Masrifatul (‘Fitri’) Fitriyah and Rafidah Sahar

Fitri’s slides


Lunchtime Talk 5 
29/4/16

Exploring participants’ changing perspectives through the life of an inter-school, collaborative, research and development project.

Andy Howes, Sue Goldrick, Siti Fitriyah, Nahielly Palacios, Volha Arkhipenka, Susan Dawson

Power Point


Lunchtime Talk 4 – 4/3/16

“They thought they heard somebody who had risen from their grave”: stories of multilingual, collaborative narrative research into Ladino and intercultural identity 

Leah Davcheva and Richard Fay


Lunchtime Talk 3 
26/2/16

Using visual-creative-arts to explore intercultural personhood and maths identities

Zhuomin Huang and Kelly Pickard-Smith


Lunchtime Talk 2 – 11/12/15

Ecologies of Emerging English Language Curricula: Learning from three different contexts

Elisa Pérez-Gracia, Siti Fitriyah and Sutraphorn Tantiniranat


Lunchtime Talk 1 – 20/11/15

Academic identity and religious identity: cognitive dissonance in students’ higher education

Paul Smith and Alex Baratta + Q&A