In this article, two Black women scholars in higher education share a conversation with our distinguished senior colleague, Yvonna Lincoln, a pioneering scholar of qualitative research methodology about what we have learned from her, and more specifically, how this research paradigm has been used to advance racial equity and social justice in higher education. The readers will learn, through her lens, about issues that emerged over the years and what she envisions for the future of higher education and qualitative research. This article presents implications for higher education, including faculty, students, and administrators working in higher education institutions.
Qualitative Inquiry, Yvonna Lincoln, Racial Equity, Social Justice, Higher Education
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Stanley, C., & Haynes, C. (2019). What Have We Learned from Critical Qualitative Inquiry about Race Equity and Social Justice? An Interview with Pioneering Scholar Yvonna Lincoln. The Qualitative Report, 24(8), 1915-1929. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol24/iss8/7