Sharing Insights Across Disciplines and Methods

A workshop on collaborative interview analysis. 14.-16.09.2022.

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Interviewing is at its core a collaborative and communicative method. This is true not only for conducting, but also for analyzing narrative interviews. Analyzing interviews in groups ensures the quality of interpretation. A collaborative interpretation process allows for different perspectives and thus different readings of an interview and helps guarantee the intersubjective comprehensibility of analysis results – a central criteria of quality for qualitative research. While teams in larger research projects can cooperate in the analysis process, this is a challenge for PhD students who generally work on their dissertation alone. This workshop allows 12 PhD students who work with narrative interviews in their respective disciplines of Historical and Cultural Studies to address this issue and provide them with a setting for collaborative analysis.

Date & Venue: 14.-16.09.2022, University of Vienna, Kolingasse 14-16, 1090 Wien

The workshop is open to all PhD candidates and Postdocs conducting their research in historical and cultural studies. It is designed for students who work with narrative interviews, look forward to sharing insights across disciplines and methods and wish to submit one of the interviews conducted as part of their research to a collaborative analysis process.

 

For more information and application, please click HERE.