2021 Southwest Workshop on Mixed-Methods Research (SWMMR)
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Organizer: Sara Niedzwiecki, University of California, Santa Cruz, former Kellogg Visiting Fellow
Deadline for Abstract Submissions: July 1, 2021
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The format involves two days in which junior and senior scholars discuss and debate the theory and practice of mixed methods research in an intimate workshop setting. Panels of junior scholars present original working papers and receive feedback from senior counterparts who have an established record of mixed methods scholarship.
Additionally, the workshops include either a “master class” – an “author-meets-critics” segment devoted to the discussion of a recent or future book-length publication on mixed methods research – or a roundtable discussion on research methods featuring four or five senior scholars.
APSA Centennial Center
The Consortium on Qualitative Research Methods
Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame
University of California, Riverside
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Arizona School of Government and Public Policy
Blum Center at UCSC
Research Center for the Americas at UCSC
Institute for Social Transformation at UCSC
Center for Latin American Studies at UA
University of New Mexico
The Society for Political Methodology
RWJF at the University of New Mexico
This profile was current as of 2021, when she was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.
Sara Niedzwiecki is an assistant professor of politics at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she specializes in comparative social policy, subnational politics, and mixed-methods research. Her research agenda focuses on the politics of social policy and on multilevel governance in Latin America...