Call for abstracts: NVivo Virtual Conference

Announcing the NVivo Virtual Conference 2021, Transcending Boundaries in Qualitative Research, scheduled for September 22-23, 2021. We’re inviting you to submit an abstract for a paper or poster on how your research is transcending boundaries across disciplines, methods, cultures and beyond. Abstracts due by June 30, 2021. Conference Keynotes We have invited keynote speakers who … Continue reading Call for abstracts: NVivo Virtual Conference

Teaching Qualitative Inquiry

There are numerous ways to learn how to teach qualitative research methods. Prior to the advent of formal coursework, scholars were quite literally assigned to develop and teach coursework on qualitative methods that they had not taken themselves. Over the last 20 years, however, qualitative scholars have been generous in sharing resources to do with … Continue reading Teaching Qualitative Inquiry

Call for abstracts: Cultural Studies↔Critical Methodologies

 Special Issue - Insurrection at the U.S. Capitol: Intersectional Analyses of Popular Culture (Re)presentations of the Election and Subsequent Coup AttemptSpecial Issue Editors:Erica B. Edwards, Wayne State UniversityJennifer Esposito, Georgia State UniversityOn January 6, 2021, much of the world watched in horror as Trump supporters, fueled by his continued false and divisive rhetoric, stormed the … Continue reading Call for abstracts: Cultural Studies↔Critical Methodologies

Call for abstracts: CRT and Classroom Practice

Critical Race Theory and Classroom Practice builds upon “existing CRT in education literature to construct new methods, pedagogies, policies and ways of knowing that have the possibility for helping schools to transform themselves in ways that improve the educational outcomes for Black, Brown and Native children and families” (Lynn, 2019, p. x).  As educators in … Continue reading Call for abstracts: CRT and Classroom Practice

Call for papers: Teaching of Psychology

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) have become increasingly central to ourunderstanding of the human experience. While awareness and scholarshipabout the importance of DEI has grown, expertise involving the most effectivepedagogies for integrating DEI into teaching of psychology has not been widelydisseminated. Teaching of Psychology (ToP) invites submissions for a specialissue on Social Justice Pedagogy: Diversity, … Continue reading Call for papers: Teaching of Psychology

Celebrating award-winning doctoral research

For the final blogpost for 2020, I would like to celebrate the work of Dr. Maureen Flint. The American Education Research Association's Qualitative Research SIG recently released a podcast episode of Qualitative Conversations in which Dr. Jennifer Wolgemuth (University of South Florida), who is chair of the QR SIG's Outstanding Dissertation Award committee, interviewed Dr. Maureen Flint, … Continue reading Celebrating award-winning doctoral research

Update on ICQI 2021

Seventeenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry19-22 May 2021Theme: Collaborative Futures in Qualitative Inquiry The Organizing Committee of ICQI 2021 has been carefully evaluating how COVID-19 may impact the 2021 Congress meetings, including various forms of engagement (sessions, workshops, publisher exhibits, etc.) and delivery (face-to-face, hybrid, virtual). After much consideration, the planning committee has announced that they … Continue reading Update on ICQI 2021

ICQI 2020 Lifetime Achievement and Special Career Awards

The Lifetime Achievement Award Committee for the International Congress for Qualitative Inquiry is pleased to announce the selection of KIM ETHERINGTON as recipient of the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award in Qualitative Inquiry for his lifetime contributions to the methods, theory, practice, and dissemination of qualitative inquiry. Professor Etherington is an Emeritus Professor of Narrative and … Continue reading ICQI 2020 Lifetime Achievement and Special Career Awards

Culturally responsive approaches to focus groups

Jori N. Hall's recently published book, Focus groups: Culturally responsive approaches for qualitative inquiry and program evaluation (2020) is a timely and much-needed contribution to the literature on focus groups. Sociologist Robert Merton and his colleagues (Merton, Fiske, & Kendall, 1990) introduced the term "focused interview" in 1940s research on participants’ responses to watching a … Continue reading Culturally responsive approaches to focus groups