Abstract

This roundtable session explores a narrative study of 1st year women doctoral student socialization. Stories unfold both visually and verbally through student created quilt imagery, interviews and journal entries. Using arts based inquiry and the traditional folk art of quilting, participants access and express the affective component of initial academic socialization.

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Dec 19th, 9:00 AM

Piecing Together a New Identity”: Uncovering 1st year Women Doctoral Student Socialization through Quilting and Stories

This roundtable session explores a narrative study of 1st year women doctoral student socialization. Stories unfold both visually and verbally through student created quilt imagery, interviews and journal entries. Using arts based inquiry and the traditional folk art of quilting, participants access and express the affective component of initial academic socialization.