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Kitrina Douglas <[log in to unmask]>

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Performative Social Science <[log in to unmask]>, Kitrina Douglas <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 5 Apr 2018 16:31:06 +0100

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text/plain (113 lines) , Flier 2nd Call 2018 British Autoethnography Conference .pdf (113 lines)

Dear Colleagues

on behalf of the organising committee of Melissa Dunlop, Jane Reece,
Alys Mendus, Andrew Gillott, David Carless and myself it gives me
great pleasure to circulate information about the British
Autoethnography Conference and summer school taking place later this
year, in Bristol which may be of interest to many of you

best wishes

Kitrina



Call for Submissions
Reimagining Experience 2018
the fifth British International Autoethnography Conference the
harbourside Bristol July 23 & 24
Reimagining experience provides an inter/cross disciplinary platform
to explore different ways we come to know, understand, collaborate and
communicate autoethnographic research
We welcome:
• Approaches to autoethnogrpahy that integrate and give equal weight
to expression from
multiple spheres
• In progress, innovative, experimental and emerging work, and
autoethnogrpahies that blurr
boundaries and methodologies
• Contributions that invite conversation regarding how to best to
navigate the many ethical
challenges we face creating, evaluating and sharing our work
• Submissions as poetry, stories, dance, theatre, installation, film,
documentary, multi-media, songs, traditional papers, and collaborative
works
Submissions
• To submit a proposal/abstract please send a title, a 200 word
abstract, 5 key words or themes associated with your work, the
author(s) names, affiliation, and type of presentation (traditional
paper read, performed, poetic, story, combination, film, multi-media)
• Please e mail abstracts (a) in a word document as an e mail
attachment and (b) also paste the abstract into the main body of the e
mail).
• Add to the subject header of the e mail "abstract autoethnography
conference 2018"
• Send submissions to Jane Reece [log in to unmask]
Review process: We review submissions on rolling basis and consider
abstracts within two weeks of submission. Authors will be contacted
within four weeks from submission regarding the outcome of their
proposal/abstract. Please contact the administrator
([log in to unmask]) if you have not heard back from
us within this time or if you would like additional information or to
discuss your abstract/propsal/submission or performance.
We have a large number of sessions/slots for presenters to
exhibit/present their work, however, this number is not unlimited and
when the timetable is full the conference submission will close. If we
have not reached our quota submission will remain open until the 1st
June 2018.
Registration http://boomerang-project.org.uk/registration/
Registration will be available from the 3rd April 2018 with costs as follows
Pre conference workshops £60 per person per workshop Early Bird
Conference fee £120 (booked before 1st May) Full conference fee from
May 1st £160
We would like to extend a small and limited number of early bird
discounted rates on a first come basis for individuals who are
unwaged/independent researchers/unwaged students or otherwise with no
access to conference funding and/or those who may otherwise struggle
financially to attend the conference. Please check with the
administrator before booking Early bird discounted/assisted places
Concessions (unwaged students, low wage, independent) £80 when booked
before 1st May
Summer School Pre-conference Workshops
In recognition of the interest from delegates at previous conferences
for opportunities to delve beneath the surface of our work we will be
holding a mini “summer school” of ‘pre-conference’ workshops. These
draw on the expertise of scholars and practitioners recognised for
developing different aspects of autoethnography and include:
A true friend stabs you in the front: Friendship as autoethnographic
method in the Paraversity
With Alec Grant, and Trude Klevan
Autoethnography Dilemmas Café
With Delia Muir, and Jane Reece
Creating & Collaborating 1 : Sound & Audio
Melanie Hani, Elaine Drainville, Kitrina Douglas, David Carless
Creating and Collaborating 2 Moving Image & Animation Melanie Hani,
Elaine Drainville, Kitrina Douglas, David Carless
Movement, language, signs, poetics and autoethnographies
With Kyra Pollitt
Venues
Bristol Harbourside History
Bristol's history as a trading port stretches back to 1051 when it was
listed in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. By the 14th-century, the city was
trading with Spain, Portugal and Iceland, and ships were also leaving
Bristol to colonies in the New World. Bristol's history as part of the
triangular slave trade is well documented.
In 1809, Bristol was transformed by the opening of the Floating
Harbour to overcome the challenge of the second highest tidal range in
the world. Over the next two centuries the harbour grew as a busy
commercial port and has now transformed into an amazing destination
for leisure, business and residence.
https://visitbristol.co.uk/about-bristol/areas/harbourside
Where to stay
There are numerous hotels in Bristol, both along the waterside (such
as Mercure, as well as closer to Temple Meads Station, and other areas
of the city. The YHA which is on the harbourside has single on suit
rooms available on the 23/23 July, and a four person en suit room, or
twin rooms are currently £40 per person, please check
Examples of other hotels on the harbourside
https://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-6548-mercure-brigstow-bristol/index.shtml
from £65 https://www.doylecollection.com/hotels/the-bristol-hotel from
£100


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