Proposals: Conference on Education, Labor and Emancipation
Posted by on May 28, 2004
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Second International Conference on Education, Labor and Emancipation
Reinventing Critical Pedagogy: Widening the Circle of Anti-Oppression Education
October 1-2, 2004
The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas
Universidad Aut?noma de Ciudad Ju?rez, Ju?rez, M?xico
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico
This conference welcomes proposals that take critical pedagogy in new directions for a new generation. The goal is to build upon past accomplishments of critical pedagogy while moving beyond its historical limitations. This includes efforts that revisit and re-evaluate established topics in the field or take on new areas of contestation. Any issues related to education, labor, and emancipation, broadly defined and from any geographical context, are encouraged. The theoretical perspectives used to look at these issues might include, but are not limited to, the following:
Critical race theory; womanism; mujerismo; queer theory; indigenous perspectives and theory; globalization and neoliberal counterhegemonic discourses; liberation theology; critical environmental studies; critical transnational studies; critical poststructural studies; critical postmodern studies; critical postcolonial studies; critical feminist theory; critical constructivism, etc.
The University of Texas at El Paso, Universidad Aut?noma de Ciudad Ju?rez, New Mexico State University, and University of New Mexico are pleased to announce a unique participative opportunity for the academic community. Scholars and distinguished speakers in the fields of critical pedagogy, education, social justice, Latin American labor relations, and global comparative studies will be brought together in an interactive forum. Participants will present their own unique perspective and theories on the limits and possibilities for liberation of policy and practice.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY JULY 15, 2004
Proposals should focus on the relationships between conference themes and/or relevant research, insights, and substantiated recommendations for achieving the goal of emancipation through education and/or work. Applicants will be notified by August 15 if their conference proposals are accepted. Proposals will undergo blind review by a committee of scholars in this field of expertise.
Proposal submissions need to adhere to these guidelines:
* Submit a proposal abstract no longer than three pages that focuses on issues related to the conference theme of Education, Labor, and Emancipation or that take critical pedagogy in new directions. The proposal should include a title, statement of the problem, need and purpose of study, research question, methodology, etc.
* Submit a cover page with the following information: Title of Presentation, Name of Author(s), Affiliation(s), Mailing Address, Phone (work and home), E-Mail Address.
* Also please submit an electronic abstract both in English and Spanish – if possible. In your abstract, please indicate whether you wish to present in Cd. Ju?rez or El Paso. We will try to accommodate your choice.
* The proposal should be submitted by email attachment or by fax (915) 747-7441. The author’s name should only appear on the separate cover page and should not be included on the pages of the abstract.
Proposals should be sent by E-mail or Fax to:
Dr. Cesar Rossatto, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
UTEP ? College of Education
El Paso, TX 79968-0574
Phone: (915) 747-5253
Fax: (915) 747-7441
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