Words, pictures and method
My friend and colleague, Professor Ian Barron, director of the UMass Center for International Education, was kind enough to express interest in my research and its implications for comparative international work. As an arts-based researcher and cartoonist, I have used methods in childhood in the UK, Germany and India, but of course I have much to learn about the complexity and (non)transferability of method, especially in childhood contexts and adult expectation. What follows is my short meditation on method, adultism, power and context. The original work can be seen on the CIE Facebook page and website but are featured below, in full.