Research Methods July Newsletter
Posted on: July 29, 2020
Note from the Editor
It’s a great privilege to commission books in research methods. At a time when we all face continuing uncertainty and stress, the research methods authors have produced fierce books that speak directly to the multiple challenges of diversity, teaching and learning and re-imagining what ‘work’ looks like in this new world, that we all face. In July, I extend particular gratitude to my wonderful series editors Carolyn Ellis, Art Bochner and Tony Adams (Writing Lives: Ethnographic and Autoethnographic Narratives) and Kakali Bhattacharya (Futures of Data Analysis in Qualitative Research). Under their watchful and expert eyes, the authors highlighted below have produced incomparable work that opens up and re-examines the boundaries of scholarship – sometimes throwing away the rule book altogether. I could not be prouder of the work they have produced, and it is an honour to be their publisher.
If you are interested in publishing a methods book, please contact me at [email protected].
Recent Titles - Diversity in Scholarship
Virtual Conferences: International Conference of Autoethnography and The Virtual Conference for Qualitative Inquiry
I’d like to highlight two events which move into the new territory of the virtual conference space, and have very kindly allowed us to feature our books for delegates. I am hugely grateful to Kitrina Douglas and James Salvo for creating spaces online that allow the qualitative community to meet and share scholarship.
The International Conference of Autoethnography, July 20th-21st: http://boomerang-project.org.uk/meet-presenters/
The Virtual Conference for Qualitative Inquiry, November 2020, submissions now open: https://vcqi.org/
Taylor & Francis have joined with many other academic publishers to make content related to COVID-19 freely available. For those interested, you can find relevant books and journal articles here.