B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D.Associate Professor, Tenured, Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan

2011

Qianru She & Elizabeth Quinlan, Graduate Students Conference, University of Saskatchewan, “The Rhetoric and the Reality: The Gendered Workforce in Canada”. Mar 2011.

2010

Elizabeth Quinlan. Theatre as a Tool for Sociological Research: Investigating and addressing social problems through participatory theatre.
The Qualitative Analysis Conference. May 14, 2010. Brantford, ON. pp. 77.

2009

Elizabeth Quinlan and Lukin Robinson.   Today’s Crisis and the Great Depression: Differences, Similarities and What They Imply. The Society for Socialist Studies.  May 29, Ottawa, ON.

Rita Hamoline, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Thomas F. Hack, Winkle Kwan, Bo Miedema, Elizabeth Quinlan,  Paul Spriggs, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley,  Anna Towers.  Negotiating Leisure: Breast Cancer, Arm Morbidity, and Adaptations. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology  Conference, April 1-4, 2009, Vancouver, BC, p 86.

Paul Spriggs, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Elizabeth Quinlan, Rita Hamoline. Stretching the boundaries of Health Care: Yoga as a Treatment Option for Arm Morbidity After Breast Cancer? Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology  Conference , April 1-4, 2009, Vancouver, BC, p105.

Andrea Quinlan, Elizabeth Quinlan, Curtis Fogel. DNA Analysis in Canadian Legal Cases of Sexual Assault: Friend of Foe? Sexual Assault Law, Practice & Activism in a Post-Jane Doe Era. University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, March 6-7, Ottawa, ON.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Joanne Horsley, Allyson Clarke. From Outrage to Action: Countering the Institituional Response to Sexualized Violence on University Campuses.  Sexual Assault Law, Practice & Activism in a Post-Jane Doe Era. University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, March 6-7,
Ottawa, ON

Elizabeth Quinlan. The Coming Depression: Implications for Graduate Students.  Panel Member.  Shaping the Social World.  Graduate Students Conference. Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan, Feb 28.  Saskatoon, SK.

2008

Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Tom Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Anna Towers. Breast Cancer Survivorship in Canada: Arm Morbidity and Productivity. 8th Annual SK Cancer Research Day. Dec 5, Saskatoon, SK.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby.  Putting Hope into Action. Alzheimer’s Society Annual Provincial Conference. Sept 30 – Oct 1. Regina, SK.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Susan Robertson.  Knowledge Boundary-Spanners: The Role of the NP in Saskatchewan’s Multi-Disciplinary Health Care Teams. 5th International Council of Nurses International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nursing Network, Sept 17-20, Toronto, ON, pp. 32.

Elizabeth Quinlan & Wendy Duggleby. Using Participatory Theatre to Investigate and Foster Hope among Informal Caregivers.  Innovations in Qualitative Research, June 3-4, Saskatoon, SK, pp. 12.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Andrea Quinlan & Curtis Fogel.  Researching the Use of DNA in Cases of Sexual Assault: A Conversation between Three Theorists.  Innovations in Qualitative Research, June 3-4, Saskatoon, SK, pp. 17.

Elizabeth Quinlan. Mobilizing Imaginative
Capacities with Continuing Care Assistants: Using Participatory Action
Theatre to Address Workplace Bullying
. Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed, May 22-25, Omaha, NE, pp. 23.

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Alana Ferguson, Elizabeth Quinlan, Baukje Miedema, Sue Tatemichi, Anna Towers, Thomas Hack, Andrea Tilley, & Winkle Kwan. Negotiating Embodiment and Ethnodrama:  A Pilot Project on Disability after Breast Cancer. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Conference, May 7-9, 2008, Halifax, NS.

Thomas Hack, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Winkle Kwan, Anna Towers, Baukje Miedema, Andrea Tilley, Sue Tatemichi, & Elizabeth Quinlan. Predictors of Pain, Functional Disability, Range of Motion and Lymphedema following Breast Cancer Surgery. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Conference, May 7-9, 2008, Halifax, NS, pp. 50.

Baukje Miedema, Anna Towers, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Tom Hack, Andrea Tilley, Winkle Kwan, Sue Tatemichi, & Elizabeth Quinlan. Returning to work 6-12 months post breast cancer surgery: Who does and who does not and why? Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology  Conference, May 7-9, 2008, Halifax, NS, pp. 51.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Tom Hack, Winkle Kwan, Baukje Miedema, Sue Tatemichi, Andrea Tilley, Anna Towers. Productivity after Breast Cancer: Examining the Impact of Arm Morbidity Disability. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Conference, May 7-9, Halifax, NS, pp. 51-52.

2007

Sociology Graduate Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan, “Multi-disciplinary Health Care Teams as Self-Organizing Knowledge Networks”, Jan 2007.

Elizabeth Quinlan.  New Avenues for Participatory Action Research: Using Theatre as a Tool for Social Change. 8th Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference, September 21-24, Banff, AB., pp. 67.

Roanne Thomas-MacLean, Trina Evitts, Paul Graham, Jennifer Kuzmicz, Elizabeth Quinlan, Vivian Ramsden & Gill White. Knowledge Translation and New Tools for Qualitative Health Research. 8th Advances in Qualitative Methods, September 21-24, Banff, AB., pp. 61.

Andrea Quinlan & Elizabeth Quinlan.  Bridging the Qual/Quant Divide: Analyzing the Lived Experience Captured by the Rape Kit.  Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, SK.

2006

Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. Using Institutional Ethnography to Explore the ‘Knowledge Work’ of Saskatchewan’s New Multi-Disciplinary Health Teams. 12th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference, Edmonton, AB.

2005

Elizabeth Quinlan & Harley Dickinson. The Contribution of Nurse Practitioners to Knowledge Management within Primary Health Care Teams.  The Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association, London, ON.

2003

Elizabeth Quinlan. Women’s Job-Related Training: Are We Gaining or Should We Be Complaining?  Canadian Women’s Studies Association Conference, Halifax, NS.

Elizabeth Quinlan. Gender and Job-Related Training in CanadaThe Canadian Association for Studies in Adult Education Conference, Halifax, NS.

Elizabeth Quinlan. Women Hitching the Gravy Train from the Training  Track. 11th Annual Changing the Climate Conference, Saskatoon, SK.

Lenora Wiebe, Elizabeth Quinlan & Beverly Dent. Reflections on the Collaborative Production of ‘Shit, Stress, and Sacrifice’.  11th Annual Changing the Climate Conference, Saskatoon, SK.

Elizabeth Quinlan. You Say Potto, I say Potto; You Say Qualitative, I Say Quantitative. 16th Annual Conference on Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies, Athens, GA.

Lenora Wiebe, Elizabeth Quinlan & Beverly Dent. Women, Worrying and Whining: A Workshop in Autoethnographic Writing. 16th Annual Conference on Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies, Athens, GA.

Lenora Wiebe, Elizabeth Quinlan & Beverly Dent. Shit, Stress and Sacrifice: Diapering my Mother, Consoling my Daughter, and Birthing my Grandchild.  The Lived Environment of Girls and Women Conference. Saskatoon, SK.

2000

Elizabeth Quinlan.  The Effect of the Restructuring of the Canadian Labour Market on Job-Related Training ParticipationCollege of Education Mini-Conference,  Saskatoon, SK.

Adrian Blunt & Elizabeth QuinlanBarriers to Participation in Adult Education and Training: An Exploratory Application of AETS Data5th Annual Western Region Network on Education & Training Conference. Vancouver, BC.

Larry Haiven & Elizabeth Quinlan.  Training and Retraining Health Care Workers mid Health Care Restructuring, Downsizing and Rationalization4th Annual Labour Education & Training  Research Network Conference. Vancouver, BC.

Elizabeth Quinlan.  Post-Devolution Training in Saskatchewan.  4th Annual Labour Education & Training Research Network Fourth Annual Conference.  Vancouver, BC.

Elizabeth Quinlan.  Towards a New Theory of Gender Inequities in Labour Market Outcomes of Education.  4th Annual Western Region Network on Education & Training Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Elizabeth Quinlan, Women’s and Gender Studies Colloquium Series, University of Saskatchewan, “Training in Saskatchewan’s ‘New’ Economy”, Oct 2000.

1997

Elizabeth Quinlan.  Women in Graduate Mathematics Programs.  History and Philosophy of Science and Science Teaching Conference.  Calgary, AB.

Elizabeth Quinlan.  Women in Graduate Mathematics Programs.  Canadian Society for Studies in Education Annual Meeting. St. John’s, NFLD.

1996

Elizabeth Quinlan. Gila Hanna. Statistical Analysis of Current Enrolments of Females in Mathematics in Canada.  8th International Congress on Mathematics Education, Seville, Spain.

 

About Me
The vision guiding my research program is to promote meaningful dignified work as essential to health and wellness.

My commitment to the fair, equitable treatment and rewards for workers has been the catalyst for my scholarship.

I employ the creative arts to reach wider audiences with research results and enhance research participants’ expressive powers.

My research is endowed with a gender-based analysis strengthened by my formal associate affiliation with the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at University of Saskatchewan.