Collaborative Qualitative Research

This webinar will showcase the newly published book by the authors, Collaborative Qualitative Research (Guilford Press, 2023) with particular attention to discussing collaboration within particular qualitative traditions—cross-cultural research, duoethnography, participatory action research, arts-based collaborations, and others. The authors are keenly interested in how researchers learn to build research teams, formulate research questions, gather and analyze data, assess how collaborations are working, and related ethical questions. The authors will provide samples of their within-chapter “Pedagogical Pathways” sections designed to provide those teaching qualitative reseach methods courses with practice exercises for their students and opportunities for reflection by all researchers.

About the Presenters

Thalia M. Mulvihill, Ph.D., works as a Professor of Higher Education and Social Foundations in the Department of Educational Leadership at Ball State University. Dr. Mulvihill is a historian and sociologist of higher education. She teaches several qualitative research methods and academic writing courses for doctoral students and has authored eight books as well as over 90 refereed publications, co-edits The Teacher Educator journal, and is the recipient of numerous teaching, research, and mentoring awards.

Raji Swaminathan, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Educational Policy & Community Studies in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. Swaminathan’s research and teaching interests span innovative methods in qualitative research, urban education and international alternative education. She conducts professional development for teachers in alternative schools internationally. She has authored seven books and has been the recipient of several teaching and research awards.


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