AUTHOR'S WORKSHOP AGENDA

The Institute for Qualitative and Multi-Method Research 
Maxwell School, Syracuse University
June 22-23, 2019

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)

9:00-10:30           Gary Goertz, Concepts

Discussants: Larson, Schneider and Garcia

10:30-10:45         Break

10:45-12:15         John Gerring and Jason Seawright, Finding Your Social Science Project: A Guide to

Exploratory Research

Discussants: Kreuzer, Elman and Findley

12:15-1:00           Lunch (delivered to the Moynihan Institute)

1:00-2:30              Michael Findley,  External Validity:  A Practical Guide for the Social Sciences

Discussants: Gerring, Goertz, and Seawright

2:30-2:45              Break

2:45-4:15              Markus Kreuzer, Analyzing Time and History: Surveying the Tools for Comparative

Historical Analysis

Discussants: Elman, Wilson and Kapiszewski

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)

 9:00-10:30           Eva Thomann, Ioana-Elena Oana, and Carsten Q. Schneider, A beginner’s guide to

Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) using R  (Carsten in-person, Eva and Nena

attending remotely).

Discussants: Goertz, Kreuzer, and Garcia

 10:30-10:45         Break

 10:45-12:15         Jennifer Larson, Social Network Analysis

Discussants: Wilson, Kapiszewski, and Jacobs

 12:15-1:00           Lunch (delivered to the Moynihan Institute)

 1:00-2:30              Macartan Humphreys and Alan Jacobs, Integrated Inferences  (Alan presenting).

Discussants: Seawright, Gerring, and Findley

 2:30-2:45              Break

 2:45-4:15              Steven Wilson, Social Media as Social Science Data

Discussants: Schneider, Larson, and Elman

 Participants

Colin Elman, Syracuse University

Michael Findley, University of Texas at Austin

Laura Garcia, Northwestern University

John Gerring, University of Texas at Austin

Gary Goertz, University of Notre Dame

Alan Jacobs, University of British Columbia

Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University

Markus Kreuzer, Villanova University

Jennifer Larson, Vanderbilt University

Ioana-Elena Oana (remote), Central European University

Carsten Q. Schneider, Central European University

Jason Seawright, Northwestern University

Eva Thomann (remote), University of Exeter

Steven Wilson, University of Nevada, Reno