CIQR Presentation Archives 2004-2005
Agendas, Minutes and Notices
Academic Year 2004-2005
Sept 23, 2004-- Monthly Speaker: Dr. Clifford Bob, Dept. of Political Science, Duquesne University: "Comparative Methodologies and the Study of Transnational Politics."
Oct. 21, 2004-- Monthly Speaker: Bob Rogers, Political Cartoonist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Political Cartoons: A Borderline Example of Qualitative Research?"
November 4 - 5, 2004-- External Speaker: Dr. Elijah Anderson, Charles and William Day Distinguished Professor of the Social Science, University of Pennsylvania: "Violence and the Inner City Poor"
December 2, 2004-- Monthly Speaker: Jenny Hwang and Demmler Schenck, Psychology Dept., Duquesne University: "Struggling with location: A collaborative qualitative study of multicultural counseling competence in U.S. psychology."
January 27, 2005-- Monthly Speaker: Dr. Luke Mbefo, Department of Theology, Duquesne University: "Catholic Social Thought and Racism in Africa: An Application of Interpretive and Qualitative Research"
February 24, 2005-- Meeting for Business
March 17, 2005-- A Panel on "Interpreting Ancient Documents: the Question of Historical Accuracy":
- Dr. Rebecca Denova, Visiting Lecturer in Department of Religious Studies, University of Pittsburgh: "Scholarly Research on the Historical Jesus: How Do We Know What We (Think) We Know?"
- Dr. Ronald Polansky, Dept. of Philosophy, Duquesne University: "Definitive Interpretation of Ancient Texts"
- Dr. Patrick Juola, Dept. of Mathematics, Duquesne University: "Quantitative Linguistics as a base for Qualitative Judgements"
April 21, 2005: Monthly Speaker: Dr. Leswin Laubscher, Department of Psychology, Duquesne University: "Arikaner identity, music and social change"