Niamh Moore is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change at the University of Manchester. She is the convenor of Strand 3 of the project which focuses on integrating the diverse data the project will generate. The project draws on her interest in particular methods – oral history; life story research; in-depth interviewing; ethnography; historical and archival research; collaborative and participatory research; community-based research; mixed methods; longitudinal research – as well as her focus on methodology as a substantive topic in its own right. Thus some of the questions she hopes to explore through the project include: what it means to do large scale qualitative research; if and how we can bring different forms of data into conversation with each other; how we can think about the multiplicities of ‘mobility biographies’, as well as of ‘mobile methods’. Her work on methodology is often developed and applied in relation to topics such as environmental sustainability and health and well-being in everyday life. Other current projects involve working with a young women’s peer health project on an organic allotment in South Manchester; a project on memories of local food cultures in Liverpool; and a project on ecofeminism which draws on oral history and ethnographic research with women environmental activists. Her background is in interdisciplinary feminist studies and this informs her interest in developing an engaged feminist research practice.