Qualitative Conversations

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Synopsis

A podcast from the Qualitative Research Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association

Episodes

  • Episode 25: 24. Egon Guba Lecture with Mirka Koro

    Episode 25: 24. Egon Guba Lecture with Mirka Koro

    19/04/2021 Duration: 01h05min

    Welcome. Tervetuloa. My name is Mirka Koro, I come from ASU, and I go by she and hers. I would like to acknowledge the land on which I am standing here in Phoenix and the original Hohokam caretakers of this land. I would also like to thank the Egon Guba awards committee and QRSIG chair Jessica VanCleave and her executive committee for this amazing honor and opportunity to share my thoughts with you all. Despite my indefinitely youthful appearance and my love of Apocalyptica, I have a somewhat lengthy past with qualitative inquiry. Aaron, Juha, who are my stimulating discussants, Egon Guba, and I are entangled in our past and hopefully our experimental and philosophical qualitative inquiries will keep forming and shaping new relationalities among us and others in the future. I think it was 1998 when I attended my first AERA, heard amazing talks, and met Egon and Yvonna. At that time, I also attended my first QRSIG business meeting and thought to myself how excited I was about qualitative inquiry, stimulating

  • Episode 24: Episode 23: QR SIG Conference Overview

    Episode 24: Episode 23: QR SIG Conference Overview

    30/03/2021 Duration: 17min

    In this episode, Jessica Van Cleave (SIG Chair) discusses with Cassie Quigley (Program co-chair) and Alexandra Panos (Program co-chair) what the Qualitative Research SIG has planned for the 2021 AERA conference. Below is the transcript of the conversations. VanCleave, Jessica: Hello everyone, welcome to qualitative conversations a podcast series hosted by the qualitative research special interest group of the American educational research association. I'm Jessic vancleave the current chair of the qualitative research special interest group. And i'm happy today to be joined by our program co chairs cassie quickly and Alex panelists and will be providing an overview of the 2021 annual meeting, which will be virtual for the first time this year and will take place from April 8 to April 12. Doctor cassie quickly as an associate professor of science, education and associate chair and the Department of teaching learning and leading at the school of education at the University of Pittsburgh.She received her docto

  • Episode 23: Episode 22: Decolonial Feminist Research

    Episode 23: Episode 22: Decolonial Feminist Research

    22/03/2021 Duration: 29min

    In this episode Dr. Kakali Bhattacharya (University of Florida) interviews Dr. Jeong-eun Rhee (Long Island University) about her scholarship in the field of qualitative research and her notion of 'transnational intergenerational decolonial feminist knowledge' and her recent book, Decolonial Feminist Research: Haunting Rememory and Mothers. The following presents a transcription of the conversation. Dr. Bhattacharya 0:24 Welcome everyone listening in it is my honor to be your guest podcast host today. My name is Dr. Kakali Bhattacharya. I'm a qualitative research professor at the University of Florida. With me is Dr. Jeong-eun Rhee, professor of education at Long Island University. This podcast, Qualitative Conversations, is produced by the qualitative research SIG at AERA. Professor Jeongeun Rhee recently authored a text the Decolonial Feminist Research: Haunting Rememory and Mothers, which is part of my Futures of Data Analysis and Qualitative Research series hosted with Routledge. The book has alread

  • Episode 22: Episode 21: Disability, Activism, and Qualitative Research

    Episode 22: Episode 21: Disability, Activism, and Qualitative Research

    14/01/2021 Duration: 43min

    In this podcast, Emily Nusbaum interviews Alice Wong, disability rights activist and founder of the Disability Visibility project. Their conversation Alice describes the relationship of research to her activism, her experience in the academy, and key questions that scholars should consider when embarking on research with marginalized communities. Below is a transcript of this talk. Alice 0:25 All right, Emily 0:27 my name is Emily Nussbaum, and I'm here with Alice Wong talking with her this evening for the Qualitative Research SIG of AERA. And I am super thrilled to be interviewing Alice for this episode. Alice is the director of the Disability Visibility Project, a thought leader known everywhere in Disability Justice and access issues and author of the recently published acclaimed book Disability Visibility. So Alice, thank you so much for talking with me. Alice 1:11 Thank you for having me, Emily. You know, I also want to say that we have been friends for a long time, and I just don't want it

  • Episode 20: Qualitative Research in a Digital World

    Episode 20: Qualitative Research in a Digital World

    18/12/2020 Duration: 46min

    In this episode, Alexandra Panos interviews Jessica Nina Lester and Trena Paulus about doing qualitative research in digital words. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for digital methods and strategies has never been stronger. This conversation addresses important practice and theoretic questions for approaching digital inquiry. Digital Tools for Qualitative Research - Trena M. Paulus, Jessica N. Lester, Paul Dempster Doing Qualitative Research in a Digital World - Trena M. Paulus, Jessica N. Lester The following includes the transcript of the talk. (please excuse minor transcription errors) Alexandra Hello there and welcome to qualitative conversations a podcast hosted by the qualitative research special interest group of the American Educational Research Association. I'm Alexandra Panos an assistant professor of literacy studies and an affiliate faculty member in research and measurement at the University of South Florida. I also have the pleasure to serve as program coach with Cassie

  • Episode 19: Outstanding Dissertation Award Winner Dr. Maureen Flint

    Episode 19: Outstanding Dissertation Award Winner Dr. Maureen Flint

    22/11/2020 Duration: 45min

    In this episode, Maureen Flint, recipient of the QR SIG Outstanding Dissertation Award, discusses her work with the QR SIG Dissertation Award Committee Chair Jennifer Wolgemuth. You can follow more of Dr. Flint's work on her website: www.maureenflint.com. Below is the transcript of this interview. Jennifer Hello, everyone, and welcome to qualitative conversations, a podcast series hosted by the qualitative research special interest group of the American Educational Research Association. I'm Jennifer wolgemuth, the current chair of the qualitative research special interest group outstanding dissertation award committee. I am excited to be joined today by Dr. Maureen Flint, who is the recipient of the 2020 outstanding dissertation Award for her dissertation titled, methodological orientations, college student navigations of race and place in higher education. Dr. Flint is an assistant professor of qualitative research at the University of Georgia, where she teaches courses on qualitative research design,

  • Episode 18: Book Award Winner Dr. Aaron Kuntz

    Episode 18: Book Award Winner Dr. Aaron Kuntz

    14/11/2020 Duration: 35min

    In this episode, Aaron Kuntz, recipient of the QR SIG Outstanding Book Award, discusses his work with the QR SIG Book Award Committee Chair Travis Marn.   Travis Speaker  0:24  Hello everyone and welcome to qualitative conversations a podcast hosted by the qualitative research special interest group of the American Educational Research Association. I'm Travis Marn the current chair of the qualitative research special interest groups outstanding Book Award committee. I'm excited to be joined here today by Dr. Aaron Kuntz, who is the recipient of the 2020 outstanding Book Award for his book, qualitative inquiry, cartography and the promise of material change published by Rutledge in 2019. Dr. Aaron Kuntz is professor of research methodology and department chair of counseling, recreation and School Psychology at Florida International University, where he currently holds the frost professorship of Education and Human Development. Dr. Kuntz. His research focuses on developing materialist method

  • Episode 17: Dr. Travis Marn

    Episode 17: Dr. Travis Marn

    13/04/2020 Duration: 21min

    In this episode, Dr. Travis Marn, recipient of the QR SIG Outstanding Dissertation Award, discusses his work.

  • Episode 16: Disrupting the Podcast with an International Research Collective

    Episode 16: Disrupting the Podcast with an International Research Collective

    22/10/2019 Duration: 47min

    In this special episode, host Jessica Lester is joined by an international research collective to discuss unexpectedness and disruption in qualitative inquiry. This engaging episode challenges the notion of what a podcast "should" be, include, sound like, and do. Please enjoy!

  • Episode 15: Using a Human Dignity Framework with Dr. Namita Mehta

    Episode 15: Using a Human Dignity Framework with Dr. Namita Mehta

    12/06/2019 Duration: 15min

    In this episode, Dr. Namita Mehta, an expert qualitative scholar on issues of educational equity, joins to discuss her work foregrounding human dignity within qualitative research endeavors.

  • Episode 14: AERA Annual Meeting Preview

    Episode 14: AERA Annual Meeting Preview

    27/03/2019 Duration: 09min

    In this episode, Drs. Candace Kuby & Jennifer Wolgemuth, QR SIG Program Co-Chairs, offer a preview and discussion of the Qualitative Research SIG Program at the 2019 AERA Annual Meeting, held April 5-9 in Toronto, Canada.

  • Episode 13: Indigenous Education Policy and Practice with Dr. Christie Poitra

    Episode 13: Indigenous Education Policy and Practice with Dr. Christie Poitra

    18/02/2019 Duration: 16min

    In this episode, Dr. Christie Poitra, Assistant Director of the Michigan State University Native American Institute and Affiliate Faculty in the MSU American Indian & Indigenous Studies Department, joins to discuss her scholarship in K-12 Indigenous education policy and practice.

  • Episode 12: Visual and Arts-Based Research with Dr. Kelly Guyotte

    Episode 12: Visual and Arts-Based Research with Dr. Kelly Guyotte

    21/11/2018 Duration: 29min

    In this episode, we learn from Dr. Kelly Guyotte, Assistant Professor of Qualitative Research in the Department of Educational Studies in Psychology, Research Methods, and Counseling at the University of Alabama. Dr. Guyotte's work with visual methodologies and arts-based research is the focus of this fascinating discussion.

  • Episode 11: Dr. David Carlson

    Episode 11: Dr. David Carlson

    03/10/2018 Duration: 33min

    In this episode, Dr. David Carlson, associate professor at Arizona State University, joins us to discuss his work engaging with Foucault as a qualitative researcher and methodologist in education, policy, and leadership.

  • Episode 10 Part II: Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings  PAR Collective

    Episode 10 Part II: Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings & PAR Collective

    31/08/2018 Duration: 22min

    In part II of this special two-part series, Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings, assistant professor in the College of Education at George Mason University, is joined by students and a classroom teacher to discuss and reflect upon their work together in a participatory inquiry collective. Join us for this fascinating, in-the-field conversation which sheds tremendous light on the process and products of participatory action research.

  • Episode 10 Part I: Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings

    Episode 10 Part I: Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings

    31/08/2018 Duration: 13min

    In part I of this special two-part series, Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings, assistant professor in the College of Education at George Mason University, discusses her work on participatory action research. In part II, also available today as a separate episode, she is joined by a group of educators and students in a participatory action research collective.

  • Episode 9: Dr. Jasmine Ulmer

    Episode 9: Dr. Jasmine Ulmer

    29/06/2018 Duration: 25min

    In this episode, Dr. Jasmine Ulmer, assistant professor in the College of Education at Wayne State University, describes her fascinating work in critical qualitative inquiry and place-based methodologies.

  • Episode 8: AERA Proposal Submission Tips with Dr. Kelly Guyotte

    Episode 8: AERA Proposal Submission Tips with Dr. Kelly Guyotte

    12/06/2018 Duration: 16min

    In this special bonus episode, Dr. Kelly Guyotte, assistant professor of qualitative research at the University of Alabama and assistant chair of the QR SIG Mentoring Committee, discusses key considerations, helpful tips, and important things to keep in mind when preparing AERA annual meeting proposals.

  • Episode 7: Dr. Lisa Mazzei

    Episode 7: Dr. Lisa Mazzei

    28/05/2018 Duration: 20min

    In this episode, we host a lively and thought-provoking discussion of thinking with theory, featuring Dr. Lisa Mazzei. Dr. Mazzei is an associate professor of educational studies at the University of Oregon, and the author of "Thinking with Theory in Qualitative Research: Viewing Data Across Multiple Perspectives."

  • Episode 6: AERA Annual Meeting Preview

    Episode 6: AERA Annual Meeting Preview

    28/03/2018 Duration: 11min

    In this episode, Drs. Candace Kuby & Jennifer Wolgemuth, QR SIG Program Co-Chairs, offer a preview and discussion of the Qualitative Research SIG Program at the 2018 AERA Annual Meeting, held April 13-17 in New York City.

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