Rachel Thomson discusses a range of temporal methods that she has utilised in her work, including longitudinal methods, re-studies, creative methods and digital methods.
Martin Green talks about work completed for his PhD which explored the different practices involved in time and daylight.
Alex Buchanan discussing the way time has been occluded from Architectural History and how some of its methods might be transformed by a stronger focus on the issue.
Helen Holmes shares her use of archival and observational methods when studying the temporal practices of the hair salon.
Jennifer Whillans provides a quantitative perspective on studying social synchronisations and practices of timing.
Eric Laurier shares his techniques for using film to study social timing.
James Ash shares the methods he used to study time perception in video game players.
Jen Southern explores how methods for participatory art and participatory design shed light on people's experiences of time.
Chris Speed shares some of the artistic methods he and Larissa Pschetz used to explore time with children at the Holmewood School as part of the AHRC funded Time of the Clock and the Time of Encounter project. See this post for more details and videos.
from our workshop on Temporal Methods held in Edinburgh in June 2013