About the Centre
The Centre for Research on Families, Life Course and Generations offers a hub for inter-disciplinary events and collaborations as well as running seminar series and workshops and UK wide research methods training events, particularly in the areas of qualitative longitudinal research, qualitative secondary analysis and mixed methods.
Men, Families and Poverty: Book Launch event on 7th June at 12 - 1.30pm
We are excited to invite you to an online book launch Dr Kahryn Hughes, University of Leeds, and Professor Anna Tarrant, University of Lincoln will be discussing their new book: "Men, Families, and Poverty: Tracing the Intergenerational Trajectories of Place-Based Hardship"
Work in Progress Workshop 19th May (2-3pm)
Kahryn Hughes and Dan Edmiston on Data Protection, Parsimony and Erasure in Social Research Note new time of 2 -3pm (link below) This WiP session will explore how existing methods and data practices mediate ways of knowing and responding to extreme disadvantage across the social sciences. Kahryn Hughes will discuss the challenges of working with...
Work in Progress workshop 28th April
We are delighted to welcome Alex Chelegeer and Prof Nick Emmel who will both present at our next WiP workshop on Friday 28th: 12 - 1pm
Book Launch: Hughes and Tarrant on Men, Families, and Poverty
We are excited to invite you to an online book launch join here Dr Kahryn Hughes, University of Leeds, and...
Work in Progress workshop Fri 28th April
Alex Chelegeer: Writing a PhD thesis on an ethnic minority cohort I would like to share how I wrote my...
New: Work in Progress Workshops
We plan to run regular work in progress workshops from Fri 31st March (with Thomas Adnan-Smith and Ellie Craig); and...