2011 Congress Award Winners
Lifetime Achievement Award in Qualitative Inquiry for dedication and contributions to qualitative research, teaching, and practice.
Janice M. Morse
Special Career Award in Qualitative Inquiry for dedication and contributions to qualitative research, teaching, and
Landmark Achievement Award
Illinois Distinguished Qualitative Dissertation Award:
- Category A: Traditional and Mixed-Methods:
- Winner: Sharalyn Jordan, Un/settling: A critical ethnographic inquiry into settlement by refugees making claims based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
- Honorable Mention: Toni Shorter Smith, “A Case Study of the Lincoln Theatre in Columbus, OH: A Participatory Social Action Study.”
- Category B:
- Experimental: Kristi Bruce Amatucci, “Teacher Undone.”
- Honorable Mention: Tony Adams, “Learning, living, and leaving the closet: Making gay identityrelational.”
Outstanding Qualitative Book Award: Co-Winners:
Magdalena Kazubowski-Houston (2010). Staging strife: Lessons from performing ethnography with Polish Roma women. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
- Marilyn Metta, (2010). Writing against, alongside and beyond memory: Lifewriting as reflexive, poststructuralist feminist research practice. New York: Peter Lang.
- Honorable Mention: Viv Martin, (2010) Developing a narrative approach to healthcare research. Oxford, UK: Radcliffe.
2010 Congress Awards
Inaugural Qualitative Inquiry Book Award:
- Carolyn Ellis, REVISION: Autoethnographic Reflections on a Life and Work (Left Coast Press, 2009).
- Honorable Mention:
Mary L. Gray. Out in the country: Youth, media, and queer visibility in rural America. (New York: New York University Press, 2009).
- Pat Sikes, and Heather Piper. Researching sex and lies in the classroom: Allegations of sexual misconduct in schools. (New York and London: Routledge. 2010).
Lifetime Achievement in Qualitative Inquiry:
Yvonna A. Lincoln
Special Career Award in Qualitative Inquiry:
Harry F. Wolcott
2010 Illinois Distinguished Qualitative Dissertation Award Winners:
Category A: Traditional: Ifeoma Ann Amah. UCLA
Category B: Mixed-Methods: Sara B. Dykins Callahan, University of South Florida
Category C: Experimental: Mansha Mirza, University of Illinois at Chicago