Seminar 2 Blogs

Reflections from Welfare Imaginaries: considering the value of coming together in order to affect change

A guest blog post by Tracey Herrington, Thrive You always wonder whether attendance and presenting at events is ‘best use of your time’ – I often ask myself will my attendance make a difference? Will people find something useful or interesting in what I have to say? Will I glean any insight/inspiration from any of the… Continue reading Reflections from Welfare Imaginaries: considering the value of coming together in order to affect change

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Seminar 2 Blogs

Re-balancing the poverty picture

A guest blog post by Alison Briggs As someone who is at the very beginning of their PhD journey and taking their first tentative steps into academia, I was buoyed up with enthusiasm and expectation as I arrived at Blackburne House in Liverpool for the second seminar of the Welfare Imaginaries series. The theme of… Continue reading Re-balancing the poverty picture

Seminar 2 Blogs

Listen back to presentations from Seminar 2

The second seminar in the series took place on the 25th September in Liverpool. Entitled  '21st century welfare: Understanding the present', the day provided an opportunity to explore how welfare is represented and understood in the present day.  The seminar included presentations from a range of speakers, a welfare walk (led by Paul Jones, University of… Continue reading Listen back to presentations from Seminar 2

Seminar 1 Blogs

Welfare Imaginaries: Reflections from the first seminar

A guest blog post by Nancy Evans, University of Liverpool As a PhD student researching gendered experiences of benefits stigma, I was very excited to hear about the Welfare Imaginaries seminar series, which not only explores how welfare is understood and constructed today, but also how it has been imagined in the past and can be… Continue reading Welfare Imaginaries: Reflections from the first seminar