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EKSIG 2013 Conference - REGISTRATION OPEN - 4-5 July 2013, Loughborough, UK

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nithikul nimkulrat <[log in to unmask]>

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Please find below the announcement for the EKSIG 2013 Conference.

Best wishes,
Nithikul

Dr. Nithikul Nimkulrat
Loughborough University

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*4-5 July 2013: EKSIG 2013: Knowing Inside Out  experiential knowledge,
expertise and connoisseurship*

International Conference 2013 of the DRS Special Interest Group on
Experiential Knowledge
Loughborough University, UK

*REGISTRATION OPEN!*

EKSIG 2013 will address the theme of "Knowing Inside Out - experiential
knowledge, expertise and connoisseurship".  It will be convened by the DRS
Special Interest Group on Experiential Knowledge (EKSIG), and hosted by
Loughborough University, UK.

*CONFIRMED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS*
Professor Paul Greenhalgh (University of East Anglia, UK)
Professor Janet McDonnell (Central Saint Martins College of Arts and
Design, UK)

*REGISTRATION OPEN NOW AT:*
http://www.experientialknowledge.org.uk/conference_fees_2013.html

EKSIG 2013 aims to provide a forum for debate about expertise and
connoisseurship by professionals and academic researchers, exploring the
role and relationship of generating and evaluating new and existing
knowledge in the creative disciplines and beyond.

The issue of expertise and connoisseurship has come to the fore in recent
years as professionals and scholars from many disciplines negotiate the
tension between the explicit justification required by research and the
tacit appreciation  and judgment that expertise and connoisseurship entail.

In many disciplines, expertise and connoisseurship pervades all parts of
practice, including processes, the creation of artefacts and/or other kinds
of physical manifestations and finally the interpretation through other
professionals, such as curators, critics, historians, gourmets etc. While
knowledge and experience generated from within creative and professional
practice have extensively been disseminated in the research context as a
written text and artefacts, the expertise and connoisseurship of
professionals have rarely been considered in this context. However, this
seems key to understanding, for example, procedural inquiry, using the role
of creative output within any inquiry as an illustration or demonstration
of the researcher's knowledge or any embedded meanings (e.g. concepts,
function, user behaviour, etc.). How professionals develop their expertise
and
connoisseurship and how these forms of tacit judgement facilitate explicit
justification in research, including the generation, evaluation and
communication of knowledge therefore remains open to questions and debate.

With this conference, we wish to explore the roles of the researcher's
professional knowledge and the different ways in which it can be utilised
and communicated within the framework of research. This may include, for
example, investigations into the nature, aims, evaluation, and/or necessity
of different forms of expertise and connoisseurship as well as modes of
communication and exchange for experiential and procedural knowledge.

Organisers: Nithikul Nimkulrat, Kristina Niedderer, Mark Evans, Seymour
Roworth-Stokes

Contact: [log in to unmask]

http://www.experientialknowledge.org


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