Robin Throne, PhD, is an author, educator, and researcher who has supervised doctoral research across multiple disciplines including business and technology, computer science, health sciences, social and behavioral sciences, and education. Her active research agenda continues to consider doctoral researcher positionality/agency & voice/land dispossession from various social justice research methods. She is an advocate for the dissemination of graduate research. 

PhD, Union Institute & University, Educational Research, 2000
MA, Minnesota State University, English/Gender Studies, 1995 

Ferreira, D., & Throne, R. (2022). Beyond the dissertation manuscript: A duoethnography of the elucidation of doctoral researcher agency. In Deconstructing doctoral discourses: Stories and strategies for success. Palgrave MacMillan. 
Throne, R. (Ed.). (2022). Social justice research methods for doctoral research. Advances in Information Quality and Management (AIQM) Series). IGI Global. 
Throne, R. (2021). Pandemic-fueled essential doctoral community collaborations: Library and information science professionals and doctoral education faculty leaders. In Shifting to online learning through faculty collaborative support (pp. 294-306). IGI Global.
Throne, R. (2021). Critical autoethnography for social justice research in doctoral education. In Promoting qualitative research methods for critical reflection and change (pp. 20-37). IGI Global.
Versey, H. S., & Throne, R. (2021). A critical review of Gullah Geechee midlife women and heirs' property challenges along the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor. In Examining International Land Use Policies, Changes, and Conflicts, 46-64. IGI Global. 

  • Qualitative Research
  • Research Methodology
  • Ethics