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Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies Speaker Series: Joe Tobin

Wednesday, Jan. 16, 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Join us for our inaugural Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies 2019 Speaker Series. The event and parking are free and open to the public.

Dr. Joe Tobin, the Elizabeth Garrard Hall Professor of Early Childhood Education in the College of Education's Department of Educational Theory and Practice, will present a paper titled "Morita and Kaizuka in 2002 and 2015: A Diachronic Video Microanalysis of Two Japanese Preschool Teachers." Tobin is an educational anthropologist and an early childhood education specialist. His most recent book is titled "Teaching Embodied: Cultural practice in Japanese preschools" (with Akiko Hayashi, 2015).

Other speakers in this year's series include:

  • February 20: Mary Caplan, School of Social Work, "Social media and qualitative inquiry: A field-tested example using Reddit"
  • March 20: Darris Means, college student affairs administration, Department of Counseling and Human Development
  • April 17: Melissa Freeman, qualitative research program


River's Crossing
Room: 143
850 College Station Road
Athens, GA 30605