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BCMCR Research Seminar: Creative Industries

November 7 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

BCMCR Research Seminar –Creative Industries – Beatfreeks, Big Data and me: reflections so far
1600-1730 Wednesday 7 November 2018

C284, Curzon B, 
Birmingham City University

Jill Robinson (BCU) Beatfreeks, Big Data and me: reflections so far
 In this talk I begin with a consideration of some of the challenges presented by the broad scope of my research topic: the contribution of Big Data and Data Visualization to young people’s social and cultural inequalities. I go on to reflect on undertaking a collaborative PhD with my creative industries partner, Beatfreeks Collective. Finally, I propose to share   some of the themes which have emerged from the first few months of our working together and their implications for  my research going forward.
 
About Jill Robinson:
Jill Robinson MA (Oxon), FRSA
I spent the first part of my working life as a teacher of History and Government and Politics, a singer, a radio interviewer/researcher and arts administrator.  I then worked for Birmingham City Council for twenty years working mainly on European funding, policy analysis and development and transnational networks and projects.  I also spent time as an adviser on EU & Lottery Arts funding and cultural strategy. Since retiring, I have worked as a freelance consultant on social affairs and cultural and creative industries. In 2012 I was invited to become a Visiting Fellow at Aston University where I co-authored (and subsequently managed) a successful bid for a 3 year transnational EU FP7 funded project CITISPYCE investigating young people’s innovative practices to combat their inequalities. I am a Trustee of Ex Cathedra and also of the Philip Bates Trust and am currently an M3C Doctoral student at BCU.

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Date:
November 7
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Event Category:

Organiser

BCMCR
Website:
http://www.bcmcr.org

Venue

C284

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