Monthly Archives: May 2015

Conferences are like buses

You wait a while then two come along at once. But seriously, I’ve been lucky enough to have had papers accepted at two conferences this week. On May 13 I presented the early findings from my pilot research carried out in March at the Autoethnography: Learning from Stories conference at the University of Brighton. The event, organised by Jess Moriarty and C21: Centre for 21st Century Writings was a warm welcome into the world of academic conferences. Tomorrow I am delivering a paper at the Solent 2015 Research and Innovation Conference.

Here is the deck of slides with notes that I presented in Brighton:

Exploring contemporary advertising practice through autoethnography

And here is the deck presented at Solent:

social-capital-and-fusion-skills-in-advertising