IAP BOOK SERIES

Innovations in Qualitative Research

Scientific board:

• Svend Brinkmann, Aalborg University, Denmark
• Juliano Casimiro de Camargo Sampaio, Universidade Federal do Tocantins, Brazil
• Alba-Lucy Guerrero, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia
• Robert Innis, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
• Azilah Kasim, College of Law, Governance and International Studies,
Universiti Utara Malaysia
• Musau Muhammad, Kenyatta University, Kenya
• Julio César Ossa, Universidad de San Buenaventura, Cali-Colombia
• Chetna Priyadarshini, IBS Hyderabad IFHE University, India
• Alberto Rosa, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
• Jaan Valsiner, Aalborg University, Denmark

Call for original manuscripts

The new book series edited by Luca Tateo, Aalborg University (Denmark), promotes innovative and multidisciplinary ways of doing and theorizing qualitative research (in all the field of human and social sciences, including psychology, sociology, anthropology, developmental sciences, educational studies, philosophy, etc.). For instance, studies in which social sciences fruitfully interact with humanities and different forms of art to foster innovative knowledge about human experience are really welcome. The book series will mainly promote young and innovative researchers worldwide, particularly focusing on new edge and groundbreaking qualitative studies coming from the new emerging scholars of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Besides, the series will also publish books about “forgotten” or “overlooked” methods and constructs in the history of qualitative social sciences.

Authors are invited to contribute to the series with a volume, either a monograph or a collective volume, edited in English, of about 150 pages, innovative look and a website with potential additional research material (data as video, images, transcripts, etc.). For further inquiries and informally discuss potential proposals, please feel free to contact the editor luca@hum.aau.dk

The book series is addressed to scholars in human and social sciences. The main audience will be all the early stage researchers who want to innovate their qualitative studies. The series is particularly focus to those emerging countries who are not satisfied with the current mainstream of Anglo-Saxon dominated research in social sciences. The books, could also be used by instructors in qualitative methods courses. The rationale of the series is not to address a specific disciplinary field. The added value is exactly that of aiming at transferring experiences from human to social sciences and backward, beyond disciplinary boundaries.