PhD Research University of Bristol

I am an ESRC-funded PhD student at the University of Bristol exploring sewing and craft. There are currently three strands to my PhD and more information about each of these strands can be found under the following links:

  1. Crafting During Coronavirus

    https://naomialice.co.uk/crafting-during-coronavirus-research/

  2. Exploring and recording the narratives, motivation and experiences of people engaged in patchwork and/or quilting in the 20th and 21st century

    https://naomialice.co.uk/exploring-and-recording-the-narratives-motivations-and-experiences-of-people-engaged-in-patchwork-and-or-quilting-in-the-20th-and-21st-century/

  3. Exploring the narratives, motivations and experiences of people engaging in an online sewalong: #fussycuttingsewalong
    https://naomialice.co.uk/fussycuttingsewalongresearch/

If you’d like to know any more about any of the projects then I’m more than happy to talk with you. My contact details and my PhD supervisor’s details (Professor Debbie Watson) are available on the bottom of this form. I’ve received ethical approval from the School for Policy Studies Ethics Committee at the University of Bristol.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Naomi Clarke
nc12824@bristol.ac.uk 

PhD supervisor:
Professor Debbie Watson

01179546786
debbie.watson@bristol.ac.uk