CIQR Presentation Archives 2001-2002
Agendas, Minutes and Notices
Academic Year 2001-2002
September 13, 2001: Dr. Noreen B. Garman, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh and Dr. Marina Piantanida, School of Education and Pharmacy, University of Pittsburgh: "Qualitative Dissertation Research
October 11, 2001-- Invited Lecturer: Professor Ernesto Laclau, Department of Government and Director of the Doctoral Programme in Ideology and Discourse Analysis, University of Essex, England; Visiting Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, University of Buffalo: "The Construction of Popular Identities"
October 25, 2001: Discussion of "Forgiving Another: Emergence of the Dialogical Approach," by Steen Halling, Michael Leifer, and Jan O. Rowe, an article in a forthcoming collection of articles on interpretive and qualitative method edited by Dr. Constance Fischer.
November 15, 2001: Professor Mark Frisch, Department of Modern Languages and Literature: "You Might Be Able to Get There from Here: Reconsidering Borges and the Postmodern"
November 29, 2001-- Panel including:
- Professor Maureen R. O'Brien, Dept. of Theology and Director of Pastoral Ministry:"Ministry Practices and Education at the Boundaries: Studying Lay Ecclesial Ministers and their Multiple Knowledge Communities."
- Professor Gary Federman, Dept of Political Science: "No Man's America: The Assassination of William Mckinley and the Birth of Disciplinary Society."
- Professor Chad Lackey, Dept. of Sociology: "The Rhetoric of Violence in Popular Culture: The Cases of White Collar and Computer Crime."
January 17, 2002-- Organizational Meeting
February 21, 2002-- Invited Speaker: Dr. Sonia Ospina, Associate Professor of Public Management and Policy, Director of the Doctoral Program 1997-2001, New York University Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service: "New Lenses on Leadership: A Constructionist Approach"
March 21, 2002-- Invited Speaker: Professor John Markoff, Department of Sociology and Research Professor in the University Center for International Studies, The University of Pittsburgh: "Margins, Centers, and Democracy: The Paradigmatic History of Women's Suffrage."
April 18, 2002-- Panel including:
- Dr. Barbara Duarte Esgalhado, Dept. of Psychology: "The Formulation of Subjectivity as a Three-Dimensional Process"
- Dr. Suzanne Barnard, Dept. of Psychology, and Dr. Monique Roelofs, Dept. of Philosophy: "A Sensory Send-off: Nicolette and the Pleasures of Aesthetification"
June 13, 2002: Drs. Lisa Lopez Levers and Emma Mosley (Education) and graduate students: "Experiences of Racism and African American Responses to the Images of Lynchings in "Without Sanctuary": From Inquiry to Pedagogy."