Please join us at the SRC via Zoom when Dr Gail Crimmins will give a talk entitled 'New Bottles for New Wine: The importance of engaging in both traditional and non-traditional forms of communication to support the development of new ideas, and for reaching wide audiences'.
Gail contends that if you have something new to say, you need a new form through which to say it. The discussion will consider how traditional forms of discourse might form, misshape, and even prevent new content from being communicated. It will also purport that innovative form/s of research can support the germination or flourishing of new ideas. The presentation will finally discuss the ideological implications of traditional and non-traditional forms of research communication.
Gail is a Senior Lecturer in Communication, the Program Area Coordinator for Creative Industries. She is a trained performer and engages in both traditional and arts-informed research, and researches women’s lived experience in various contexts, learning and teaching in higher education, and inclusion and diversity in higher education. Many of Gail’s research works are available from the USC Research Bank.