Ethnographic & Qualitative Research Conference (EQRC)
March 21-22, 2022
Due to the continuing Covid-19 pandemic circumstances, EQRC will be held again as a "virtual conference," during March 21-22, 2022.
Both pre-recorded lecture sessions as well as poster sessions will be posted on the conference website in an open-view format. These will remain available through the link for registered participants through August 1, 2022.
Call for Papers
We invite scholars to participate in the conference by presenting research projects among a broad spectrum of topics. Employment of traditional ethnographic and qualitative research projects provides the common thread for conference papers.
Proposals will be peer-reviewed among three strands: Results of qualitative and ethnographic research studies, qualitative research methods, and pedagogical issues in qualitative research.
Formats include lecture and poster presentations. The lectures will be 15-minute video presentations by authors and posters will be posted via PDF documents (see details HERE). Authors may request respective formats and all presentations (videos/posters) will be posted on the conference web page.
Submit a proposal that includes a title, an abstract of not more than 150 words, and a summary that does not exceed more than 600 words. If the proposal is accepted for presentation, then the title, abstract and a URL to your lecture or poster will all be included in the conference program.
The EQRC conference has a long tradition of reputable quality, including previous hosting institutions being University of Massachusetts, Columbia University, Duquesne University, SUNY at Albany, Cedarville University, and University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
Presenters of both lecture and poster session presentations may submit their written papers for journal publication consideration. After a peer-review process (different from conference review) these submitted papers, if selected, will be published in the quarterly issued Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research (JEQR). To learn more about JEQR, please go to the website at www.jeqr.org.