An upcoming issue of Qualitative Inquiry will feature collaborative publications from UA faculty and students. The issue, entitled What do Pedagogies Produce? Thinking/Teaching Qualitative Inquiry, attends to "how qualitative pedagogical practices can attend to the ways in which we live and learn in our more-than-human world." The articles are currently available OnlineFirst on the journal's website.
Meanwhile: Posthuman Intra-Actions in/With a Post-Qualitative Readings Class
Authors: Kelly W. Guyotte, Maureen A. Flint, Briana Gilbert Kidd, Courtney A. Potts, & April J. Irwin, & Lauren A. Bennett
Abstract: In January 2017, six doctoral students and an assistant professor came together under the guise of a “Readings in Educational Research” course that was created on the topic of post-qualitative inquiry. Using St. Pierre’s descriptor of the “posts,” the course involved engagements with poststructural, posthuman, and new materialist philosophies. Inspired by the concept of the meanwhile, this article pulses with the question: What do intra-active qualitative inquiry pedagogies produce? In this inquiry, we (teacher and students) consider meanwhile as entangled, layered, and complex pedagogical events/enactments produced in the post-qualitative readings course, crossing with/through time, place, space, and bodies.
Queer Temporalities, Spacetimematterings, and a Pedagogy of Vulnerability in Qualitative Inquiry
Authors: Stephanie Anne Shelton & Shelly Melchior
Abstract: This interview project began with a daughter’s innocent desire to ask “Why?” but we find ourselves in an ever-looping liminality that recognizes both the impossibility of such innocence and the power of an “ability to live on the boundaries” of wanting-to-know and never-knowing. This article concludes by considering the implications of maintaining such a space within the context of a qualitative inquiry course and within the scholarly and personal engagements between a qualitative inquiry instructor and student. We examine the ways that this liminal space has shaped our co-writing, our course-based co-learning, and our interactions and has helped to support a “pedagogy of vulnerability” based on (intentional and unwanted) liminalities within Stephanie’s qualitative inquiry courses.
Sixteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry
21-23 May 2020
QUALITATIVE INQUIRY IN REPRESSIVE TIMES
The deadline for submitting poster, paper, and panel presentations to the 16th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (QI2020) is 1 December 2019, 11:59pm mountain. To submit, visit the ICQI website:
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CALL FOR PAPERS
Please consider submitting a proposal for a paper presentation at the 32nd Annual Ethnographic & Qualitative Research Conference (EQRC). EQRC is sponsored this year by the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) College of Education.
The conference will be held on February 24-25, 2020 at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada with a special conference room rate of $69 per night (plus tax & fees).
The deadline for submitting a proposal is November 20th and papers will undergo juried review on a rolling basis, with prompt notifications of acceptance/rejection so that presenters can make early and economical travel arrangements.
All presented papers are eligible for submission to the Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research (www.jeqr.org) and all submitted papers will be peer-reviewed for potential publication.
Visit the website for details at www.EQRC.net
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