Programme, Venue & Times

please download a pdf. version of the conference programme here

a printed version with all the abstracts will be available when you check in.

If your name and paper are not listed please contact Tim Buescher T.Buescher@hull.ac.uk

Check out the message from Tony Adams, Editor of the new journal of Autoethnography https://youtu.be/JuZDjQngPdg

This years venues are Day one the MS Tempora, a converted 1905 steel dutch barge moored in an enviable secluded spot in the heart of the city (Bristol, BS1 4SP see map below). We hope this amazing venue will bring a relaxed and informal feel to the day and thus facilitate conversation, sharing and social time. This lovely barge also and importantly provides us with a ‘performance space’ suitable for the diverse presentations submitted. Equally important (to those of us who like the warm summer evening if they arrive) it has an open deck for our drinks reception and evening picnic. 

For Day Two of the conference we return to the MShed, with its panoramic balcony and view across the water and city.

Pre conference workshops: For those of you who have signed up for the pre-conference workshops these will be held on the bridge of the MB Tempora, (middle photo above) draft timings as follows: Breakfast pastries, fruit, cereals, yogurt, orange juice, teas and coffees will be served on the bridge at 8:30 and a light working lunch after the second workshop.   8:30-10:00 Doing arts based research, with Kitrina Douglas & David Carless:   10:15-11:45 A true friend stabs you in the front:friendship as autoethnographic method in the paraversity withAlec Grant & Trude Klevan: 12:00-1:30 Autoethnographic practice in the posthuman: working with bodies in entanglements of discourse and materialitywith Ken Gale

Please sign in for the conference and collect your welcome pack on the deck of the Tempora any time from 1pm, refreshments will be available

2pm – 5pm Conference Opens: session one, session two and session three 5pm – 7:30 Evening reception and event picnic 

23rdJuly Day Two MShed

9am Coffee and pastries served 9:30 – 11 session one & two 11-11:20 Morning Coffee & Tea served in the foyer 11:20 – 1pm Session three & four 1pm-2pm lunch 2-3:30 sessions five & six 3:30 closing reflections 4pm afternoon tea, scones and cream