CFP: Understanding Everyday Participation Conference


The Understanding Everyday Participation – Articulating Cultural Values project invites submission of abstracts for the conference:

 Understanding everyday participation:

Re-locating culture, value and inequality

11-12 June, 2018

Friends’ Meeting House, Manchester

Confirmed Keynote speakers include Professor Omar Lizardo & Professor Kate Oakley

This closing project conference asks how we might re-think the field of participation studies, both within and across disciplinary boundaries, including its articulations with policy. Papers contributing to the debate about the future of cultural participation research under the following themes are invited:


  • Cultural values and participation
  • Geographies of everyday participation
  • Creative economies and the everyday
  • Health, wellbeing and everyday participation
  • Arts, culture and heritage and the everyday
  • Participation, identities and power


How to submit: 

Please email both a publication ready abstract of 250 words or less, and a short biography of no more than 150 words to Additional attachments may be sent as part of the submission, but will not be published.

The deadline for abstracts is 14th February 2018. More information can be found here.