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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Elliot, No 4 of Four Quartets, May we begin with a moment of silence. We wish to acknowledge the land upon escrigura we gather today.

These lands were the traditional territory of a number of First Nations bands prior to European contact. The Miami, the Potawatomi, the Peoria and the Kickapoo were some of the last bands to be forcibly removed.

These lands carry the memories and stories of resistance of these people, includ- ing their struggles for survival and identity in the face of overwhelming colonizing power. There are over presentations involving people this year, including panels in the general congress. More than presentations were given in sessions organized by twelve special interest academicaa in: Over persons, from more than 75 nations have registered. Over delegates vqllejo part in the 30 pre-conference work- shops.

Critical qualitative research is under assault. These are troubled times. The global right acqdemica on the move. It is setting the agenda for public discourse on the social good. In so doing it is narrowing the spaces for civic discourse.

A rein of fear is escrktura the air. The 13th International Congress offers scholars the opportunity to resist this discourse, to experiment with different ways of being moral, politi- cal and ethical in the public sphere, to foreground, interrogate and invent new interpretive practices, to engage in a politics of advocacy, pro and con, acwdemica form coalitions, to experiment with new ways of resisting the pressures of neoliber- alism.

The Congress will be an arena for advancing the causes of social justice, while addressing racial, ethnic, gender and environmental disparities in educa- tion, welfare and healthcare.

Sessions will take up such topics as: Scholars come to the Congress to resist, to celebrate community, to experiment with traditional and new methodologies, with new technologies of representa- tion. Together we seek to develop guidelines and exemplars concerning advocacy, inquiry and social justice concerns.

We share a commitment to change the world, to engage in ethical work what makes a positive difference. As critical scholars rwul task is to bring the past and the future into the present, allowing us to engage realistic utopian dr of hope.


Scholars from around the world have accepted the challenge to gather together in common purpose to collectively imagine creative and critical responses to a global community in crisis. The Thirteenth International Congress offers us an opportunity to experiment, take risks, explore new presentational forms, share experiences, problems and hopes concerning the conduct of critical qualitative inquiry in this time of global uncertainty.

The first decade of the Congress capped a century and more of efforts by qualitative researchers to understand and transform our worlds through critical interpretive inquiry. The second decade charts a promising future.

What should the mandate be for the next decade? What have we learned?

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Where do we go next? As we move into the next decade we do so with a new generation of scholars, many of whom first came to the congress as graduate students, and who today hold faculty posi- tions, many with tenure. We share a commitment to change the acwdemica, to engage in ethical work that makes a positive difference.

Yours sincerely, Norman K. Music by Bruiser and the Vir- tues. Combined Poster Sessions Congress Reception: Collaborating Sites Network Friday May 19 We urge the immediate revocation of this executive order.

It restricts the travel of immigrant and nonimmigrant afademica to the United States, thereby limiting the free flow of non-U. It discourages international collaboration. Critical social science inquiry requires discourse and exchange with international scholars and students.

There has never been a greater need for the free-flow of scholars and scholarship across national borders.

“My Body Carries the Antidote to Neoliberalism” | Carmen Hernandez-Ojeda –

The Congress is committed to the principles of academic freedom and to the free exchange of ideas, built on the principle of coming together as a global community, imagining and fighting for jus- tice and solidarity. Those of us living, laboring, and resisting this fascist turn in the Executive rajl Legislative branches of the US government need the support and close collaboration from allies everywhere.

We believe this type of boycott will only hurt the very cause of solidarity it intends to serve in its call. We understand that some people in our international community may feel unsafe to make the trip to the USA under these circum- stances. We understand that there are civility and economic risks in being denied entry. Yet we strongly encourage those who feel comfortable with the risks of border crossing to join us in May.


We celebrate the courage of all scholars who stand in solidarity in this moment of global crisis. Illini Room A Town Hall meeting: Collaborating sites Network 5: Music by Bruiser and the Virtues. A Mobile Autoethnographic Poetry Panel This session is presented as a mobile valleio of autoethnographic performance poetry. The pro- gram was printed by Martin One Source. James Haywood Rolling, Jr.

Jane Gilgun Day in Turkish: Judith Robinson President: Cisneros Puebla Vice President: Julianne Cheek President: Svend Brinkmann President: Stacy Holman Jones Vice-President: Congress volunteers will be happy to assist you. Registration hours will be pm Tuesday, 8 am to 5 pm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and 8 am to noon Saturday. Technology The Congress is unable to insure that you will have access to computers, LCD projectors, or audio equipment. An academicw of Black girlhood, the body and education.

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Rediscovering identity after illness. University of South Florida. University of Wisconsin, Madison. Autoethnography and the Other: Unsettling Power Through Utopian Performatives. Michal Krumer-Nevo, John H. Jessica Polzer, University of Toronto Experimental: Swanson, University of British Columbia Traditional: Sharalyn Jordan Honorable Mention: Clemens, University of Southern California Experimental: Elizabeth Cone, Columbia University Traditional: Chaunetta Jones, Rutgers University Experimental: Denzin Yvonna S.

Lincoln Janice M. Autoethnographic Reflections on Life and Work. Wal- nut Creek, CA: Youth, media, and dw visibility in rural America. New York University Press. Pat Sikes and Heather Piper. Alle- gations of sexual misconduct in schools. New York adademica London: Magdalena Kazubowski-Houston Staging strife: Lessons from performing ethnography with Polish Roma women.

Marilyn Metta, Writing against, alongside and beyond memory: Lifewriting as reflexive, poststructuralist feminist research practice. Viv Martin, Developing a narrative approach to healthcare research.

University of Minnesota Press. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Gergen, and Kenneth J. Adven- tures in performative social science.

Cam- bridge University Press. Black Women and Narratives of Resistance.