QUAL Speaker Series
QUAL offers a series of talks to build a qualitative multi-method community and engage researchers and practitioners in a conversation. Additional QUAL related and QUAL sponsored events can be found on the events page.
The Speaker Series talks for the 2019-20 academic year will be held from 12:30 p.m. – 1:20 p.m. in Thomson Hall 317.
- Tasha Fairfield | Bayesian Guidelines for Case Selection: an Information Theoretic Approach Oct 31 2019
- Stephen M. Walt | Why I Use Qualitative Methods Dec 4 2019
- Mario L. Barnes | Toni Rembe Dean of the University of Washington School of Law Jan 22 2020
- Margaret O’Mara | Writing the History of the Present: Qualitative Methodology in “The Code” Mar 11 2020
- Morhaf Al Achkar| Qualitative Study of Making Meaning and Coping with Incurable Cancer With Reflections by The Social Scientist as a Physician and A Patient Apr 15 2020
- Alexes Harris | A Multi-State Study Using Multi-methods: Making Sense of Justice Sentencing May 27 2020
- Katya Drozdova | Exploring Case Studies with Information Analytics Apr 11 2019
- Anna Zelenz | Undisciplined, Unruly, and Unmatched: What Ethnography Lends to the Study of Power Mar 7 2019
- Gade | Connection and Resistance, Examining the Impact of Checkpoints on Civilian Support for Militancy Feb 27 2019
- Holmes-Eber | Not Mutually Exclusive: Combining Quantitative with Qualitative Methods in Ethnographic Research Jan 26 2019