This section hosts slides, notes and photos of the day.
There were eight five-minute standup talks on the following topics, with prizes (won by Ruth and Meenakshi) awarded by the audience:
Ethical Dilemmas: Participatory Research and Pornography - Ruth Beresford
In the ethical ‘closet’ of studying LBGT+ asylum seekers and refugees - B. Paschal Bagonza, DMU
Femineast theory? Subaltern speaking from the post-socialist semi-periphery - Irina Cheresheva,
In a CAGE, in[taxi]cated, Pakistani taxi drivers in UK - Meenakshi Sarkar, Leeds Business School (and accompanying poem)
Becoming public sociologists, not public sociologists: (Re)introducing public sociology as a civic endeavour - Dr Lambros Fatsis, University of Southampton
Voices from the Turkish academic and journalist diaspora - Erhan Basyurt, Mahmut Akpinar
Paris Connolly, Reproduction Research Group, De Montfort University
The non-active activist
Mirjam Twigt, Department of Sociology/Media and Communication, University of Leicester
Reflections upon conducting research among Iraqi displaced people in Jordan: (Un)be(com)ing one of these western women who comes to Palestine because of an emptiness in the heart.
Periklis Papaloukas, De Montfort University
Incorporating participants' authentic 'voices' in critical health psychology research: Reflections from the LGBT living with MS study
Dr Mark Carrigan, Digital Fellow, The Sociological Review
What does it mean to be a public sociologist in the era of @realDonaldTrump?