Call for projects : ReCNTR Lab | Two-year Multimodal Research Workshop (Deadline 15 Nov 23)
We are excited to announce a unique opportunity for researchers interested in multimodal research methodologies: a two-year multimodal research workshop. Through a concrete project, participants will work on the development, experimentation, production, and distribution of their multimodal research. Meeting four times in two years, the workshop will also bring external researchers/artists/tutors to discuss the specific stages of the life of the projects. The workshop aims to provide a space for participants to learn from each other about the knowledge and skills necessary for doing multimodal research, with a specific focus on media production destined for audiences in the social sciences and humanities.
- Duration: 4 x 3-day meetings over 2 years, starting in January 2024.
- Location: Leiden, Netherlands.
- Format: In-person meetings in Leiden
- Cost: The program is offered free of charge. However, participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation expenses to Leiden.
Projects: 10 projects in total: 4 ReCNTR projects and 6 additional projects. Confirmed ReCNTR participants and organizers: Francesco Ragazzi, Julian Ross, Cristiana Strava, Emily Strange, Erik Viskil, Mark Westmoreland.
- Development Phase: Participants will present project proposals, share and refine research questions, and create detailed project plans.
- Experimentation Phase: Reflecting through practice on what it means to “experiment” with various multimodal tools and techniques and how it can benefit their projects.
- Production Phase: Guidance on project design, execution, and production.
- Distribution Phase: Strategies for disseminating multi-modal projects to diverse audiences.
- Open to post-graduate researchers with an interest in multimodal methodologies at any stage (PhD, Junior and Senior researchers)
- Applicants must be able to attend all in-person meetings in Leiden and commit to the full 2-year program duration.
- There are no participation fees, but travel and accomodation costs are not covered.
- Researchers from both Leiden University and other institutions are encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates are invited to submit their applications, including:
- A brief project proposal (Max 2 pages) including: Research Question, Object of research, Methods and proposed format (film, sound, code, etc).
- An updated CV
- A portfolio of previous multimodal work (if applicable)
Deadline: Applications must be submitted by 15 November 2023.
Selection: A total of 6 projects will be selected for participation. Successful applicants will be notified by mid-November.
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