AUTHOR'S WORKSHOP AGENDA

[This document refers to the 2018 Institute for Qualitative and Multi-Method Inquiry. The 2019 version will be posted as soon as it is available.

The Institute for Qualitative and Multi-Method Research 
Maxwell School, Syracuse University
June 23-24, 2018

Friday

7:00pm Meet in lobby of Sheraton Hotel to travel to dinner

Saturday

Breakfast at hotel (please sign the IQMR name sheet outside the hotel restaurant)

9:00-11:00           Steven Wilson, Social Media as Social Science Data (SSI). Discussant: Jason Seawright and Dessislava Kirilova

11:00-11:15         Break

11:15-12:15         Hillel Soifer: Units of Analysis in Political Science (SSI) (pt1) Discussants: John Gerring and Diana Kapiszewski

12:15-1:15           Lunch (delivered to the Moynihan Institute)

1:15-2:15              Hillel Soifer: Units of Analysis in Political Science (SSI) (pt2) Discussants: John Gerring and Diana Kapiszewski

2:15-2:30              Break

2:30-4:30              Markus Kreuzer, Analyzing Time and History: Surveying the Tools for Comparative Historical Analysis (MSI). Discussant: Jim Mahoney

7:00pm Meet in lobby of Sheraton Hotel to travel to dinner

Sunday

Breakfast at hotel (please sign the IQMR name sheet outside the hotel restaurant)

8:30-10:30           Jason Seawright and Kendra Koivu, The Practice of Multi-Method Research (MSI). Discussants: Tasha Fairfield and Marcus Kreuzer

10:30-10:45         Break

10:45-11:45         Andrew Charman and Tasha Fairfield, Social Inquiry and Bayesian Inference (SSI). (pt 1) Discussants: Alan Jacobs and Hillel Soifer

11:45-12:45         Lunch (delivered to the Moynihan Institute)

12:45-1:45           Andrew Charman and Tasha Fairfield, Social Inquiry and Bayesian Inference (SSI). (pt 2) Discussants: Alan Jacobs and Hillel Soifer

1:45-2:00              Break

2:00-4:00              Diana Kapiszewski and Dessislava Kirilova, Managing Qualitative Data in the Social Sciences (MSI). Discussant: Steven Wilson

Participants

Andrew Charman, University of California, Berkeley (remote) Colin Elman, Syracuse University

Tasha Fairfield, London School of Economics John Gerring, University of Texas Austin

Alan Jacobs, University of British Columbia (Sunday) Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University Dessislava Kirilova, Syracuse University

Kendra Koivu, University of New Mexico Marcus Kreuzer, Villanova University Jim Mahoney, Northwestern University Hillel Soifer, Temple University

Steven Wilson, University of Nevada Reno