June 28-29, 2021
The International Research Centre for Interactive Storytelling (IRIS) at Leeds Trinity University, warmly invite you to IRIS Days: Research Practices, a two-day research event will bring together practitioners, researchers and experts from different disciplines (including media, film, journalism, humanities, education and photography) working on the broader concept of ‘storytelling’ as a way to “reshape the spectrum of narrative expression” as defined by Jane Murray in 1997. The event will include keynote talks, workshops and a closing roundtable.
The general aim of this event is to identify a number of key issues in research and practice-led research that can be tackled successfully through a multidisciplinary approach.
A major component of this event will be a collaborative research-by-practice interactive project created by you, the participants, to be used for future research projects.
The event will be held on Microsoft Teams on the 28th and 29th of June. Attendees do not need to install or register with MS Teams to join and are welcome to participate across both days or attend as they are able.
See below for the programme and details of a sample of the speakers presenting at the event.
Please note that this event will be recorded.
The IRIS Research Team.
IRIS Research Centre
IRIS Day 2021: Research Practices