Goldsmiths Sociology is committed to developing inventive ways of doing sociology. Methods Lab constructs a laboratory for the practice of our sociological imaginations.
We do this in a range of ways: invited speakers, practice research workshops, collaborations with artists and cultural and creative groups, exhibitions and publications
Recent publications from those involved with Methods Lab include:
Back, Les and Puwar, Nirmal (eds) (2012) Live Methods, London: Wiley.
Coleman, Rebecca, Page, Tara and Palmer, Helen (eds) (2019) ‘Feminist New Materialist Practice: The Mattering of Method’, Special Issue of MAI: Journal of Feminism and Visual Culture.
Hjorth, Larissa, Harris, Anne, Jungnickel, Kat and Coombs, Gretchen (2020) Creative Practice Ethnographies, Lexington Press.
Jungnickel, Kat (ed) (2020) Transmissions: Critical Tactics for Making and Communicating Research, MIT Press.
Jungnickel, Kat. (2018) Bikes and Bloomers: Victorian women inventors and their extraordinary cycle wear, Goldsmiths Press
Lury, Celia and Wakeford, Nina (eds) (2012) Inventive Methods, London: Routledge.