- EER 7870: Qualitative Research 1: Introduction (anticipated Fall 2019 and Winter 2020*)
- EER 8520: Qualitative Research 2: Design and Data Collection (anticipated Fall 2019)
- EER 8530: Qualitative Research 3: Data Analysis and Reporting (anticipated Winter 2020*)
- EER 7910: Qualitative Methods for Diversity and Inclusion
- EER 7920: Qualitative Methods for Community and Classroom Research
- EER 8550: Advanced Qualitative Inquiry: Innovations in Theory
- EER 8560: Advanced Qualitative Inquiry: Innovations in Practice (anticipated Winter 2020*)
* May be taught by, or co-taught with, other qualitative instructors.
- Fundamentals of Qualitative Research
- Fundamentals of Ethnographic Research
- Advanced Ethnography
- Diversity and Social Justice in Educational Leadership
Philosophy of Teaching
“Profound changes in the way we think and act must take place
if we are to create a loving culture”
(bell hooks, 2000, p. xxix).
What if we expressed critical qualitative inquiry is/as love?
We might situate our classrooms along local axes of need
and teach different ways of knowing
through de/colonizing epistemologies
and projects of the critical imagination
and ‘empathy and the imagination-intellect’
and acts and expressions of love.
We might pause in the midst of hate
to cook up something good,
something nourishing, made with love,
something to repair and sustain our souls.
We might collectively reimagine the foundations of social research
so that love might become ontology, epistemology, methodology, axiology, and pedagogy, too.
We might then contribute to a better world
by countering the changing tides of our historical present,
by teaching methodological diversity as methodological justice, and
by teaching critical qualitative inquiry is/as love.
Ulmer, Jasmine Brooke. "Critical Qualitative Inquiry Is/As Love."
Qualitative Inquiry, vol. 23, no. 7, 2017, 543–544.