We have all been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are experiencing these impacts in personal, social, and professional capacities. We are being asked to engage in the practice of physical-distancing, thus limiting our in-person contact not only with our community of researchers, but also with our broader communities, research partners, and study participants. Physical […]
CHL5122H: Advanced Qualitative Research: Framing, Writing and Beyond will be offered from May 7th to July 23rd, 2020, and will be instructed by Dr. Clara Juando-Prats. Find the course summary here. Description of the Course This course provides a structured opportunity for PhD students to talk about their own doctoral work and to receive feedback […]
Dear CQ colleagues and friends, The organizing committee for the upcoming CQ@10 Symposium celebrating our 10thanniversary, in close consultation with CQ Director Brenda Gladstone, and in light of the rapidly changing global and local situation with the Coronavirus (including the announcement this morning of the cancellation of all face-to-face meetings and classes on all 3 […]
Please save the date for the upcoming symposium Beyond Giving Voice: Advancing theory and methodologies for qualitative research with children. Stay tuned for event details and registration information.
CQ is seeking to hire for a casual position (up to 12 hours a week) starting April 6th, 2020. This is an excellent opportunity to become involved with an innovative community of researchers and students who are doing critical qualitative health research. Download the full job call here, or view it on our ‘Jobs’ page Applications are […]
On January 20th, Dr. Lana Ray travelled from the Department of Indigenous Learning at Lakehead University to give a talk at CQ titled Reconsidering the “TRC” in the Critical: Engaging with Critical Methodologies in the Era of Truth and Reconciliation. Dr. Ray has previously worked in public and not-for-profit sectors, including as the Director of Policy and Research at a provincial […]