Gail Ritchie – The Power of Creative Methods when Doing Political Analysis

Gail Ritchie – The Power of Creative Methods when Doing Political Analysis

QSS artist Gail Ritchie, is taking part in an online roundtable discussion called ‘The Power of Creative Methods when Doing Political Analysis’ tomorrow – 5th March 2021, 2 -4 pm GMT.

The aim of this roundtable is to discuss why it matters to include creative and visual methods when doing political analysis; how creative methods work in the interplay between research, theory, and communication strategies; what are their potentials, and what are their limits? It is a free event, but registration is needed: https://qmul-ac-uk.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PIe-ax5URTy0J6o0JbBmmA

Gail Ritchie is an artist and PhD researcher at the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen’s University, Belfast.
Website: http://www.gailritchie.com/2020.html (most recent studio work) and http://www.gailritchie.com/blog

Other speakers include:

Marie Beauchamps (host and coordinator), Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoc fellow, School of Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary University of London.

Yoav Galai, Formerly a photojournalist, now Lecturer in Global Political Communication at Royal Holloway, University of London.

Francesco Ragazzi, Documentary maker, Associate Professor, Institute of Political Science, Leiden University and associated scholar at the Centre d’Etude sur les Conflits, Liberté et Sécurité (France).

Vicki Squire, Professor of International Politics at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick.

Ruben van de Ven, artist and PhD candidate in Political Science at the Institute of Political Science, Leiden University.

Raz Weiner, Theatre maker, performer and researcher of the politics of performance, Queen Mary University of London.

‘The Power of Creative Methods when Doing Political Analysis’ has been organised by Doing IPS Transnational Hub.

Image credits: Gail Ritchie: Empty Time; Fibreglass tissue and resin, 20 x 30 x 6 cm, 2020.