Critical Theories of Education (CTE) 2018
Critical theories have traditionally problematized the current and past states of our educational institutions. For this year’s conference, however, we ask participants to explore the potential future(s) of educational theory and practice.
What can critical theories tell us about the future of education?
Papers, panels, and workshops addressing any of the following are welcome:
Critical pedagogy, history of education, education and social change, movement pedagogy, philosophy of education, critical theory, Marxist educational research, race and education, gender oppression, or other related themes.
SUNY Council on Writing Conference (CoW) 2018
Call for Proposals
Theme: Why Writing Matters: Articulating the Value of Writing to Students, Administrators,
and Faculty from Across the Disciplines
Dates: Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20, 2018
Location: Farmingdale State College, Farmingdale, NY
Conference Website: https://sunycouncilonwriting.wordpress.com/2018-conference/
Below is a CFP for a panel I am putting together for next year's 4C's. Please contact me with a brief proposal (no more than 300 words) about what you would like to present on by April 20th.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education: Studies of Migration, Integration, Equity, and Cultural Survival (DIME)
Special Issue: Role of Technology in Indigenous, Minority, and Diaspora Language
Maintenance, Cultural Survival, and Curriculum Innovation: Digital Divide, Access, and Empowerment
The purpose of this supplemental text is to reinforce the concepts that are taught in developmental reading, developmental writing, and freshman orientation courses so that students may continue to address and improve those skills while mastering the material taught in their college-level writing courses. This text especially works well in co-requisite writing models where students are transitioning between both developmental and college-level writing courses in the same term.
The Review of English Studies is now inviting entries for its 2018 Essay Prize. The RES Essay Prize aims to encourage scholarship amongst postgraduate research students in Britain and abroad. The essay can be on any topic of English literature or the English language from the earliest period to the present.
The winner will receive:
- Publication of the winning essay in the June 2019 issue of The Review of English Studies
- £500 worth of OUP books
- A free year's subscription to The Review of English Studies
Other entries of sufficient quality will also be considered for publication in RES.
This Rough Magic (www.thisroughmagic.org) is a journal dedicated to the art of teaching Medieval and Renaissance Literature. As such, we are seeking pedagogically driven, teachable articles that new and veteran faculty may integrate into the classroom.
This is an open call for papers. Aside from longer articles, book reviews and short essays on integrating non-traditional texts into the classroom are also welcome.
New and veteran faculty are encouraged to submit, as are graduate students. For more information, please check us out on the web:
Teaching Hemingway and Film
Essay collection for Kent State University Press
Deadline for Submission of Proposals: September 30, 2018
Deadline for Accepted Papers: January 31, 2019
Due to the ungoing strike action in the UK higher education sector, the deadline for proposals has been extended to 9 April, 2018.
Confirmed keynotes: Adrian Martin, Laura Mulvey, George Toles
Symposium dates: 4-5 September 2018