Call for Papers: Cultural Studies ←→ Critical Methodologies

Special issue: Ukraine, a Decolonizing Global Response: Call to Action for Coalition Building through Inclusive Inquiry and Practices Editors: Anna S. CohenMiller (Nazarbayev University) & Nettie Boivin (University of Jyväskylä) Background to the special call for papersWithin the Ukrainian situation, there is a great need to understand, amplify voice and agency, identify insights and highlight … Continue reading Call for Papers: Cultural Studies ←→ Critical Methodologies

Designing interview studies

When researchers design qualitative interview studies they make a range of decisions. These decisions relate to pre- and post- elements of a study and impact what happens during the conduct of a study. This infographic represents decision points arranged in five areas. Although presented linearly, answering these questions can occur concurrently. It is important for … Continue reading Designing interview studies

Call for proposals: 2023 International Symposium on Autoethnography and Narrative (ISAN)

2023 International Symposium on Autoethnography and Narrative (ISAN) January 2-5, 2023 Given the continued prevalence of Covid-19, travel restrictions, rising international conflict, and the uncertain financial constraints faced by many scholars and organizations, the 2023 ISAN will continue as a fully online event. The symposium will occur via Zoom on January 2-5, 2023. Eastern Standard … Continue reading Call for proposals: 2023 International Symposium on Autoethnography and Narrative (ISAN)

Call for papers: Learning Landscapes

Education in a Pivotal Time: The Moment for Inspiration, Innovation, and Change We are welcoming manuscripts for the Spring 2023 publication about innovative and inspiring research and practices at any level of education. We are anticipating articles which open possibilities for inclusive, equitable and socially just spaces for teaching, learning, and change. We encourage submissions … Continue reading Call for papers: Learning Landscapes

Call for papers: “Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities in Rural Education”

This special issue seeks to elaborate on the theme of contemporary challenges and opportunities in rural education. Authors are free to engage the theme discretely or simultaneously. Why do contemporary challenges and opportunities in rural education matter? There is a long history of considering rural spaces as lacking. Rural spaces are unique unto themselves and … Continue reading Call for papers: “Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities in Rural Education”

Call for applications: MAXQDA #ResearchforChange Grants

The MAXQDA #ResearchforChange Grants provide financial support and methodological training for early career scholars whose research aims to investigate, support, and raise awareness of empowerment initiatives. As a contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #5 "Gender Equality", this year's MAXQDA #ResearchforChange Grants program is dedicated to the empowerment of women and girls in … Continue reading Call for applications: MAXQDA #ResearchforChange Grants

A beginner’s guide to concepts used in post qualitative research

Post-qualitative approaches to research challenge our understandings of concepts that we typically take for granted. In this blog post, I bring together some initial definitions from authors for concepts that you will see in writing about new materialisms. You'll notice that I've focused on concepts that Karen Barad has written about, which I’ve listed in … Continue reading A beginner’s guide to concepts used in post qualitative research

Tips for organizing a qualitative research project

Older researchers like I am are likely to have numerous boxes or filing cabinets filled with records from prior research projects. These boxes or file folders include printed transcripts, fieldnotes, or drafts of manuscripts writing up findings, and copies of published articles relative to the topic. For scholars in 2022, however, records are likely to … Continue reading Tips for organizing a qualitative research project

Using Photovoice in Qualitative Research

This week's screencast and blogpost are authored by Ana Soler. Ana Soler is the Chairperson of the National Association of Educational Translators and Interpreters of Spoken Languages (NAETISL: https://naetisl.org/). She completed her degree in Social Work at Georgia State University, her Master’s Degree in Public Health at Emory University, and is a Ph.D. in Special Education … Continue reading Using Photovoice in Qualitative Research

What is covert research?

This week's guest screencast and blogpost are authored by Dr. Jaleesa Reed. Dr. Reed is an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Human Centered Design at Cornell University. Her primary research interest is in millennial Black women’s beauty culture and beauty retail spaces. Her interdisciplinary research focuses on connecting human geography, feminist studies, and merchandising in … Continue reading What is covert research?