This is an open invitation to attend the second annual Ethics Seminar hosted by the Living Archives project, 21 March 13-15:00 in the Open Studio (NI:C0541), School of Arts and Communication, Malmö University.
This year we will expand our discussion of contemporary ethical challenges in research by considering:
“Unheard Voices: Research ethics when collaborating with vulnerable groups”
The focus will be on ethics in co-design.
This seminar opens questions and difficulties facing researchers who seek to confront contemporary political challenges by collaborating with people embedded in volatile situations. Research collaborations necessarily rely on the voices of vulnerable groups and questions of practical ethics become of crucial importance.
The following invited panelists will launch the open discussion.
Elisabet M. Nilsson, Senior Lecturer K3, Researcher on Living Archives Project, Malmö University
Dragan Nikolić, PhD in Ethnology, Head of Research and Documentation Regionmuseet Kristianstad, Member of the project Refugee Documentation
Anuradha Venugopal Reddy, PhD student with the Internet of Things and People Project, Faculty of Technology and Society, Malmö University
Maja Povrzanović Frykman, Professor of Ethnology, Department of Global Political Studies, Faculty of Culture and Society Malmö,
Please circulate this message to anyone who might be interested in attending, both from within and outside the Malmö University community.