Call for Papers – 2015 Qualitatives with EXTENDED Deadline

Please see below a Call for Papers for 2015. I would imagine that a good number of SSSI members might be interested in this. The call was sent out by Stefan Kleinknecht.

Hello everyone,

As the abstract submission deadline for the 2015 Qualitatives is one week away (Friday, October 24th), we want to remind you about the conference and share some updates.  It will be held at Brescia University College at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada from June 24 to 26, 2015.  The theme of the 2014 Qualitatives is: The Craft of Qualitative Inquiry.

We also have some updates to share (with more to follow):

Keynote Address: We are pleased to announce that Janet Chan (The University of New South Wales, Australia) will be presenting the Keynote Address.

Featured Speakers: We are also pleased to announce that Christopher Schneider (Wilfrid Laurier University) and Will van den Hoonaard (Atlantic Centre for Qualitative Research and Analysis, Saint Thomas University) will be attending as Featured Speakers.


Abstract Submissions: We invite you to submit an abstract (one for each author and co-author) at

 by December 12th, 2014 (extended from October 24th)

Conference Website:

Please see the attached Call for Papers document for the full conference announcement, and send it along to anyone you feel might be interested in this event.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at



Steve, Carrie, Lisa-Jo, and Tony


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