Spring Scholarship Talks / Nyasha Grayman-Simpson

Life Story Research: When Study Participants Die Before Publication 

Nyasha Grayman-Simpson, Center for Psychology 

My book project, The Committed: Life Stories of White Anti-Racist Activists, is a collaborative endeavor with more than 20 community nominated Baltimore-based White anti-racist activists. This talk will explore the following moral, ethical, and academic question, "What happens to a collaborative life story project when a project storyteller dies prior to project completion?" It will include an overview of the project, summary of work completed during my Spring 2020 sabbatical, and, the current state of project affairs. 

Wednesday, April 28 at 3:30pm to 4:10pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Public

Departments

Academic, Psychology

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