In this 2023 lecture, Associate Professor Kerry Chappell discusses her work with Anna, and how she has continued to develop thinking in the field since Anna left us in 2014. Kerry considers the Wise Humanising Creativity theory which she co-developed with Anna, and which they researched empirically together on a number of international initiatives.
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The Network holds regular meetings throughout the academic year. They provide a forum for members to present ongoing or completed research; short introductions to new research projects; discussion of draft research papers or grant applications; notifications of events and publications; and so forth.
Emerging Theories Reading Group
The Emerging Theories Reading Group meets termly to discuss a selected text, all of which aim to stimulate open and critical thinking and to encourage group members to explore ideas which go beyond our previous boundaries. The group includes a mix of staff and doctoral students, and is open to anyone from the Graduate School of Education who would like to take part in lively academic debates about a range of texts. The group is non-hierarchical, providing a safe space for robust discussions for those at any stage of their research career, and the opportunity to build connections with researchers within and beyond our existing communities. If you would like to join the reading group please contact Karen Scott-Boyd.
The Music Network connects members of CEEN with researchers in other areas of the University who have an interest in music in their research. We meet regularly to share ideas and questions from our research, and we have a reading group where we bring our different disciplinary approaches to discuss papers that have a music focus. The group includes staff and students, and anyone who is interested would be very welcome to join us. To join the email list for this network, please email Ursula Crickmay.
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