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TFEL Field Scholars - Cohort B - Shared screen with speaker view
Alex Holtom
14:49
Are the surveys mandatory to complete as part of the scholars program?
Alex Holtom
15:10
I’m just trying to remember the seminars from three weeks ago...
Alex Holtom
15:37
Ok, great. Thanks.
R Metcalfe
17:02
Congratulations finishing your PhD!!
Zipporah Greenslade
26:27
Have to disconnect for a couple of minutes. Will be right back.
Hilary Daum
26:42
thank you
Connie Bird
29:18
can we see the pre numbers again?
R Metcalfe
31:18
I would be really happy to kow a bit more about the tasks that were divided up - and maybe some details about the process of inviting people to make the piles of tasks (what cards did you use? how did you come up with the list of tasks? what did people think about sharing tasks, who do they describe or reflect on working together or doign the same tasks?)
R Metcalfe
36:47
thank you
R Metcalfe
37:07
Did the parents think it was good to work together?
Jacqueline Fields
38:17
Very informative, Emmanuel! Thank you.
Alex Holtom
38:17
Just a thought: I wonder how this intervention could be adapted or modified to accommodate queer couples in various contexts (in Malawi and other parts of the world).
Alex Holtom
39:06
(ie. folks that may not fit in “typical” family formations such as husband/wife).
R Metcalfe
39:09
(COOL! That sounds like such an interesting inter-disciplinary team for field education)
Alex Holtom
41:52
Although it may not be culturally acceptable and seen as a taboo and criminalized, I want to be careful to acknowledge that these couples like do exist and are just invisible to the general public because it is criminalized and repressed
Natalie Beck, she/her
42:07
agreed alex
Hilary Daum
42:15
thank you so much Alex
Jacqueline Fields
42:42
Interesting point, Alex.
Jamin Short
43:44
Thank you Emmanuel!
Zipporah Greenslade
43:45
Thank you Emmanuel! Great presentation and very informative.
alexandra.mack
43:57
Thanks for sharing Emmanuel! Great presentation.
Julie Drolet
44:02
Thanks Emmanuel for sharing your work.
Vibha Kaushik
44:11
Thank you Emmanuel for your presentation. It as very informative
Happiness Anekwe
44:12
thank you Emmanuel
Alison Grittner She/Her
44:26
Thank you, Emmanuel!
R Metcalfe
55:04
Super cool Regina!
Alex Holtom
01:00:01
Fantastic projects Regina!
Vibha Kaushik
01:00:28
What a great project Regina.
R Metcalfe
01:00:34
I’d be grateful to hear more about your process with Feminist interview methodology - also, do you know about the Transgender Archives at University of Victoria BC?
Connie Bird
01:00:37
Wow - very thorough!
Zipporah Greenslade
01:00:39
Thank you Regina! Awesome work you are doing!
Alex Holtom
01:01:02
Someone I really love and appreciate their work who speaks a lot to the so-called “Canadian” context of archival work is Syrus Marcus Ware = https://syrusmarcusware.com/scholarship/selected-articles/ (I’m sure you know of them already!)
R Metcalfe
01:01:06
Its fabulous
R Metcalfe
01:01:07
Yes
R Metcalfe
01:02:27
With the interview process be like a dialogue where folks’ responses shape how you continue in your interviews
R Metcalfe
01:02:30
and data collection?
R Metcalfe
01:03:05
*Will the interview process be a dialogue (dialogic)
Julie Drolet
01:05:27
Thank you for your presentation Regina
Jamin Short
01:07:14
Regina would we be able to access the previous research projects that you have been involved with and mentioned here? If so where would be the best place to find them?
Jacqueline Fields
01:07:58
Very comprehensive. Thank you, Regina!
Kaltrina Kusari
01:08:23
Thank you Regina
Jamin Short
01:08:31
Thank you, and thank you for the presentation Regina!
Alison Grittner She/Her
01:08:44
Thank you, Regina
alexandra.mack
01:08:49
Thanks for sharing Regina!
Jacqueline Fields
01:09:38
Have to leave now. Thanks for great facilitation Hilary.
Alex Holtom
01:10:10
I have another seminar now, but thanks for a great session everyone, and extra thank you to Regina and Emmanuel!