Social research during COVID-19 times brings together researchers working across policy, design, and place-based research. The discussion will start with a series of presentations about our experiences of research during the COVID-19 pandemic, from Taiwan, Peru, and the UK.
We will explore how the pandemic has affected research methods, research design, and ethics. We are keen to create a dialogue about new possibilities and how we manage the limitations of our current situation.
Angiet H.F Chen: Queer kidneys and digital myths - Being alive on in/tangible margins (Co-Founder of Slant Projects, Taiwan)
Deborah Delgado Pugley: How did we adapt to make collaborative research in the Amazon Basin on Covid19? (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú)
Chris Foye: COVID-19 Researching the housing policy response (UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence)
Lisa-Marie Giquel: Communities responding to COVID-19: our learning from 26 communities in England (Local Trust, UK)
Olimpia Mosteanu: Place-based research in a time of pandemic (Social Life, UK)
Following the event, we will bring together some written reflections from the talks and host these on the Social Life blog. We hope that this will continue this dialogue in the future.