From ABER to research-creation: Propositions for walking-writing
A session by Sarah Truman
Brooks Building, room 2.52
Monday 22nd Jan 4-5pm
This session will identify four crises in the history and genealogy of Arts-Based Educational Research (ABER). Following this, the session will introduce and expand on the methodology, developed and theorized in Canada, called research-creation, and focus on why the distinction between ABER and research-creation is important. Examples from Sarah E. Truman’s research-creation projects will be shared in addition to her work done collaboratively through WalkingLab. To conclude the session, participants will be invited to activate a series of propositional walks.